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Porn kills kids’ ability to form healthy relationships: Melinda Tankard Reist
Advocate against the influences of pornography on young people Melinda Tankard Reist spoke to students and parents at St Aloysius Catholic College as...Read more...
Public rosaries honour Mary and pray for Australia
Amidst the hubbub of Launceston’s City Park, on October 13 an oasis of prayer descended on the park’s picturesque bandstand. More than...Read more...
Prayers nourish faith on parish rosary tour
Prayers for unity, faith and peace were a key feature of the 16th annual Mersey Leven Parish Rosary Pilgrimage. Pilgrims enjoyed a day of prayer and...Read more...
Textiles on the move at Church archives
A major overhaul of the storage of vestments and other liturgical textiles is under way at Tasmania's Archdiocesan archives. The Archdiocese of...Read more...
Vale Stuart William Elliss: 4/8/1940 – 15/10/2018
Stuart Elliss, a dedicated man of faith who spent many years serving Catholic Education in Tasmania, has passed away in Hobart. Born in Hobart in...Read more...
Blessed Charles de Foucauld: Feast: December 1
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy Just this month we commemorated 100 years since the end of the Great War – or as British...Read more...
Vale Fr Peter Nicholls - 9/1/1937 – 29/10/2018
Fr Peter Nicholls, recently passed away after 55 years of service as a priest in the Archdiocese of Hobart, was born on January 9, 1937 to parents...Read more...
Gospel Matters:  “Dominion, Glory, and Kingship”
Dr. Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis We celebrate the Kingship of Christ on the last Sunday of November...Read more...
Laundry’s community service win is hot off the press
The Archdiocese of Hobart’s Blueline Laundry cleaned up in the Community Service Entrepreneur section of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce...Read more...
Prayer initiative hopes for God’s blessing on the work of politicians
Eleven times a year for nearly four years the Long Room in Hobart's Parliament House has been occupied by people who have gathered for the sole...Read more...
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