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Palliative Care and End of Life
We enter the world entirely dependent upon other people. Most of us will also live our final months, weeks or days in this world requiring the care...Read more...
Euthanasia - between religious and atheistic visions
Suffering has a worth and purpose in the Christian faith says writer Francis Phillips in the Catholic Herald. In her analysis of a BBC Radio 4...Read more...
Migrant and Refugee Week 20-26 August
Migration and the New Evangelization   This is an opportunity to reflect on the global phenomenon of migration and to celebrate the wonderful...Read more...
Support White Balloon Day!
Support White Balloon Day Sunday, September 9.  Help us make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child. Dedicate your Mass or...Read more...
Obituary Marie-Therese (Terry) Smee
By her son, Sean. I think that Mum would appreciate the irony of letting a male by the name of Smee have the last word. Having endured many ‘...Read more...
Four gardens one weekend
The Parents and Friends Association at Marist Regional College in Burnie is opening four gardens that will delight your senses on the weekend of 27-...Read more...
Calvary helps out
Last week Calvary Health Care Tasmania Hobart’s CEO Kathryn Berry and the Chair of Calvary Community Council Mr Craig Coleman presented ...Read more...
Tree Planting Day
The John Paul II Catholic School community in Rokeby was actively involved in Planet Ark’s “Tree Planting Day”. The Honourable Will...Read more...
Catholic Priest Challenges Murder Defence Law
In July 2008 Fr Paul Kelly was shocked when he received a call from the police telling him that the parish church of Saint...Read more...
Catholic Education Week begins August 5
The Theme this year is the Church’s ‘Year of Grace’ and schools throughout the week (and indeed the whole year) will be reflecting...Read more...
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