Year 2018

Decrease font size
Increase font size
Print this page
Home > Media > News > Year 2018
New Mission Evenings planned for this year
A state-wide mission initiative which saw parishes from the Huon Valley to St Helen’s take part in Eucharistic adoration, preaching,...Read more...
Liturgy Matters - Making room for Jesus at Christmas
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy December is upon us again bringing with it all the joy of Christmas, and nothing says joy like...Read more...
Sacrament Matters:  Christmas: the hinge of history
By Dr. Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis Recently I received a Christmas card quoting Ralph W. Stockman:...Read more...
Christmas reminds us of the important role of angels for our families
By Ben Smith, Director of Life, Marriage and Family The beautiful Christmas carol, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, reminds us of the important role...Read more...
Taking stock of the past to deepen our hope for a new springtime
By Ben Smith, Director of the Office of Justice & Peace Maintaining hope can be hard at times considering all the problems that are emerging in...Read more...
Students branch out on festive tree project
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School students have brushed up on their art skills to produce a remarkable festive panel destined for display in...Read more...
Making room for Jesus
By Clare Mittermayer, Director of Identity and Mission, CatholicCare Tasmania Leading up to Christmas we reflect on how Mary and Joseph had trouble...Read more...
Gospel Matters: The ‘begats’ of the Christmas Gospel
By Dr Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis In Jane Austen’s romantic novel ‘Pride and Prejudice...Read more...
Students told to ‘arise’ at end-of-year retreat
An end-of-year retreat for students from the University of Tasmania has led to two young women interested in becoming Catholic, according to...Read more...
Hundreds gather for parish celebration
A faith-filled parish picnic in Launceston on November 25 began with more than 350 people attending a combined parish Mass at the Church of the...Read more...
Syndicate content