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Caritas Benefits From Pancake Cook-Up
Students from St Aloysius Catholic College recently donned Caritas T-shirts and aprons to operate a pancake stall as part of the launch the...Read more...
Centacare Benefits from Generous Grant
Special grants to assist in the support of children, young people and families were recently announced by The Clarendon Children’s Foundation...Read more...
Project Compassion Launch
Caritas Australia invites all friends and supporters to the launch of Project Compassion 2012  at St Mary’s Cathedral, Hobart, at...Read more...
Catholic Schools Return for New School Year
Around 15, 500 students have returned to thirty-seven Tasmanian Catholic schools and colleges across the State for the commencement of the ...Read more...
St John Bosco Remembered
The Servant Song played as Mass started at St John’s Church in Glenorchy on the feast of St John Bosco: “Will you let me be your servant...Read more...
Opening Of 2012 Legal Year
The 2012 Legal Year opened with an ecumenical service held at St David's Cathedral in early February. Archbishop Doyle ...Read more...
Yummy Pancakes!
Volunteers with Centacare’s Humanitarian Settlement Services recently enjoyed a welcome breakfast of pancakes as they formed a...Read more...
Tassie Men Encouraged to Step Up
Centacare men's and relationship counsellor David Nancarrow is encouraging men to spend more time with their children. Tasmanian dads...Read more...
Archbishop's Interview with ABC 7.30 Tasmania
As his 50th Anniversary of Ordination approached in late December, Archbishop Doyle sat down with senior journalist,...Read more...
Catholic Family Sought for ABC Series
ABC TV and Roar Film are seeking a Tasmanian based Catholic family to participate in a new television program for ABC TV’s COMPASS. Six young...Read more...
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