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Sr Gemma Marie makes first profession
A newly professed Tasmanian religious sister says that her vocation is the answer to the cry of her heart that there must be more to life. Sr Gemma...Read more...
OBITUARY: Sr Mary Campion Luttrell PBVM
Sr Campion was born Mary Luttrell, the eldest of five children and joined the Presentation Sisters at the age of 17 in February 1949. Her lifelong...Read more...
Young couple in Tasmania to fire up youth with message of authentic love
Catholic speakers and engaged couple Simon Carrington and Madeleine Vella say that Theology of the Body’s message of authentic, chaste love is...Read more...
SAINTS - The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Memorial: August 22)
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy. In August, the Church celebrates both our Lady’s assumption into Heaven and her installation...Read more...
SACRAMENT MATTERS - ‘Mary is taken up to heaven’
By Dr Christine Wood, Director, Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis On August 15 we celebrate the feast of the Assumption of Mary, body and...Read more...
Weekend restores understanding of human love
Around 40 young people gathered at St Mary’s Cathedral as part of the Restore Weekend from July 21 - 23 to hear about God’s plan for...Read more...
Dying for another is now path to sainthood
St Maximilian Kolbe, a Polish priest who offered his life in place of a fellow prisoner at Auschwitz, was canonized by the Church as a martyr for his...Read more...
LITURGY MATTERS - Consecrated to her Immaculate Heart
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy. According to the tradition of Catholic piety since the 16th century, the Church has assigned entire...Read more...
JUSTICE AND PEACE MATTERS - Reflecting on the Plight of Child Migrants
By Ben Smith, Director, Office of Life, Marriage and Family On Sunday, August 27, the 103rd World Day of Migrants and Refugees will be commemorated...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. Henry Hunter is universally regarded as Tasmania’s finest and most prolific architect...Read more...
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