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St Francis Xavier Church anniversary
Preparations are well under way for the 125th anniversary celebrations of the opening of St Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Beaconsfield.The...Read more...
Helping those at risk of homelessness
Vinnies CEO Sleepout is being held at Aurora Stadium in Launceston on Thursday 23rd June.  This will be the sixth Sleepout in Tasmania and the...Read more...
Fr Terry celebrates his golden jubilee
On a cold autumn evening inside Holy Redeemer Church, Deloraine, Fr Terry Yard was ordained to the priesthood on Tuesday 28 June, 1966. “I can...Read more...
Shops cater to Tasmanian Catholics
Catholics seeking hard-to-find religious items and books need look no further than the well-stocked Catholic shops at either end of the state. Both...Read more...
Celebrating the feast day of our national patroness
Our Lady Help of Christians is credited with saving the Christian world from Islamic invasion, at the Battle of Lepanto, in 1571, delivering a...Read more...
An unexpected win for emerging tennis talent
Daniel Groom from Guilford Young College, is Australia’s newest under eighteen schoolboy tennis champion, after winning the prestigious Pizzey...Read more...
Christ at the Centre of Integral Catholic Education
This morning more than 500 staff members from Catholic Schools across Tasmania gathered for day one of the Tasmanian Catholic Education Office (TCEO...Read more...
Clearing mines at sacred site
After almost 50 years hidden from public view, the place of Jesus’ baptism, on a sunburnt stretch of desert beside the River Jordan, is set to...Read more...
Positively addressing Tasmania's family violence issue
 CatholicCare Tasmania has been selected by the State Government to deliver the next major piece of the Family Violence Action Plan (Safe Homes...Read more...
Scholarships in theology equipping our religious educators
Masters of theology graduate with distinction, Timothy Swan, said he probably would never have undertaken his degree if not for the funding supplied...Read more...
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