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St Clement of Rome, pope, martyr (Feast: November 23)
A disciple of Saints Peter and Paul, St Jerome identifies Clement as the one Apostle Paul mentions in Philippians 4:3. According to Tertullian (c....Read more...
Heartfelt thanks as classrooms are blessed
Students released balloons at the end of the official blessing and opening of redeveloped classrooms at Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School in...Read more...
Pope Francis makes long distance phone call to space
Pope Francis has become the second pope in history to make a phone call to space. Communicating via video link on October 26, the pope spoke with the...Read more...
Palavra Viva to continue the work of the Emmanuel Centre
A group of Brazilian consecrated women are set to take over the running of the Emmanuel Centre in Launceston, as the Sisters of St Joseph withdraw...Read more...
Andrea & Rob Webberley
Married 19 years. Austin’s Ferry, Tasmania. Andrea  I was baptised a Catholic as a baby. I actually lived just along the road from...Read more...
Pastoral music conference draws Tasmanian delegates
Six Tasmanians travelled to the Australian Pastoral Musicians Network annual conference held in Perth last month. Joined by more than 300 delegates...Read more...
January Mission School to inspire young Catholics in their faith
A ten-day youth event for young Catholics will be held in Hobart this January. Now in its third year in Tasmania, the January Immaculata Mission...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. Tasmania’s Catholics have an outstanding cultural heritage, including items such as...Read more...
Gospel Matters: Hope for the World
By Dr Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis There is a malaise over society and the Australian church today....Read more...
School receives blessing on its flexible approach
A Catholic Flexible Learning Centre (FLC) in Chigwell which is offering an alternative to mainstream years 7-10 schooling for Tasmanian students was...Read more...
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