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Back to the beginning: Missionary Sisters of Service mark 75 years at Bruny Island
The Missionary Sisters of Service have begun celebrations to mark their 75th anniversary year with reflection, gratitude and optimism for the future...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...
Registrations extended for Matrimonium Summer School
Registrations for Tasmania's first Matrimonium Summer School have been extended until January 10 to encourage more participation in the inaugural...Read more...
'Blueprint for the future' signals extension to Years 11 and 12 for Catholic Schools
Archbishop Julian Porteous has signaled a range of strategic intentions for the provision of Catholic education in the greater Hobart area for the...Read more...
St Mary Our Hope Church reopens in Dover
The southernmost Catholic church in Australia is once more in operation following a Mass on Sunday which marked the official reopening of St Mary Our...Read more...
Christian Education as the Pedagogy of Witness
By Martin Tobin, Director of Catholic Identity & Evangelisation, Catholic Education Tasmania Most of us can remember our first religious...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, Stanley (1930–31), by the Launceston architect H....Read more...
Pilgrim principals walk in footsteps of saints
Tasmanian principals recently returned from a pilgrimage to Italy with Archbishop Julian have described the experience as ‘a spiritual...Read more...
Should sex be removed from Tasmanian birth certificates?
When a couple announces to their family and friends that they are having a baby, one of the first questions they get asked is: Do you know if you are...Read more...
Sharing my story for Him: Threesa Lakshani, 21, Glenorchy
I was raised in Sri Lanka and moved with my family to Tasmania in 2011. Something I miss is going to Sunday school which is followed by Mass in a...Read more...
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