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Government to consider potential changes to the Anti-Discrimination Act
Archbishop Julian has welcomed the Tasmanian government’s proposal to consider reviewing the State’s Anti-Discrimination Laws. “I...Read more...
Walking with Christ
Archbishop Julian continued a centuries-old Corpus Christi tradition, as he led the annual Walk with Christ from St Joseph’s Church to St Mary...Read more...
Preparing for the next 150 years
One of the highlights of the beautiful Church of the Apostles in Launceston, the Stations of the Cross, will undergo restoration as part of this year...Read more...
St Joseph’s 175 years
This year Hobart’s oldest Catholic Church, St Joseph’s, turns 175 years old. “175 years is a long time,” St Joseph’s...Read more...
St. Ephrem the Syrian, deacon (Feast: June 9)
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy St Augustine reminds us that “he who sings prays twice”. The most popular title for St...Read more...
Pastoral Care “a profound privilege”
Former Queenslander, Sean Conry, is a recent addition to the Pastoral Care team at Calvary Hospital, Hobart. As he tells it, moving to Tasmania in...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. Amongst our cultural heritage treasures are a number of humble but delightful items, no...Read more...
Have your say on palliative care
The Tasmanian House of Assembly Standing Committee on Community Development is seeking submissions from members of the community who have evidence or...Read more...
Fr Mike’s World Youth Day Fundraiser
Mersey-Leven Parish Priest Fr Mike Delaney has thrown his weight behind a fundraising campaign in support of World Youth Day 2016. Fr Mike expects...Read more...
Fr Tate talks Politics
Former Tasmanian Senate Representative for Tasmania, Federal Justice Minister and Australian Ambassador to The Netherlands and the Holy See, Huon...Read more...
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