Year 2015

Decrease font size
Increase font size
Print this page
Home > Media > News > Year 2015
Stations of the Cross
Recently Fr Shammi and I hefted a depiction of Jesus down from the wall. With a wet and windy blast the Sacred Heart Church (New Town) roof had...Read more...
More affordable housing available in the State’s North
The tenants of a $4.6 million CatholicCare Tasmania affordable housing development at Riverside, which has just been opened, are delighted with their...Read more...
The Guardian Angels (Feast: October 2)
From infancy to death human life is surrounded by their watchful care and intercession. Beside each believer stands an angel as protector and...Read more...
Report finds many Tasmanians are ‘dropping off the edge’
Social inequality in Tasmania was the subject of the recent state briefing of the Dropping off the Edge report, the fourth in a series of reports...Read more...
CatholicCare Tasmania ready to support refugees
This year’s Social Justice Sunday coincides with the Federal Government’s announcement that an additional 12,000 people, Syrian refugees...Read more...
Tinkering the key to imagination for Our Lady of Lourdes students
Imaginations are running wild at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School at Devonport following the introduction of Loose Parts Play. The program...Read more...
Homecoming Mass for Fr Stefan Matuszek
It has been a long journey for Fr Stefan Matuszek, who is visiting Hobart after seven years of training for the priesthood at St Vianney College in...Read more...
Gospel Matters: Evangelisation as the Divine Romance
Evangelisation is basically a three-phase process akin to a romance: courtship, engagement, and marriage. The ‘courtship’ process begins...Read more...
St Hildegard von Bingen (Feast: 17 September)
"… Then it pleased the king to raise a small feather from the ground and he commanded it to fly. The feather flew, not because of...Read more...
Sr Gosia helping Polish immigrants in Australia for a decade
In her younger days becoming a religious sister was never something that Polish-born Sr Malgorzata Pomersbach (or Sr Gosia as she is better known)...Read more...
Syndicate content