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Re-discovering the treasures of the faith through Verbum Domini
Adapting seems to be the order of the day even as Tasmania...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By 1847, Bishop Willson had insufficient chalices to meet...
St Anthony comes home
St Anthony, known the world over as the patron saint of...
Gospel Matters: Is there meaning to my suffering?
By Dr Christine Wood, Director of the Office of...
Heritage Treasures
On the outskirts of Pontville, just north of Brighton,...
Sr John Mary says final ‘yes’ to calling
For Sr John Mary, making her final vows was followed by...
50 years of Polish priests in Tasmania
Tasmania’s Polish community has recently marked 50...
Sr Julianne Mary Tapping PBVM
19/4/1946 - 16/8/2020 Obituary Sister Julianne Tapping...
Let the light of Christ shine through you
By Cassia Sampaio, Director of the Office of Youth...
St Robert Bellarmine, patron saint of catechists
Feast Day: September 17 St Robert Bellarmine was a learned...

Archbishop's message

The introduction of a bill in parliament proposing assisted suicide has caused Tasmanians to reflect on the question of what constitutes a “good death”. Proponents of the bill would see a good death as one in which a person can decide how and when they are to die. The catch phrase,...Read more...

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