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Eucharistic adoration a highlight for youth
Time spent in Eucharistic adoration was a highlight for young people who attended a youth retreat held at St Mary of the Cross Church in Ranelagh...Read more...
From young filmmaker to one of the faithful - Hamish, 17, Blackman’s Bay
I've always believed in God and been surrounded by faithful, intelligent, and loving Christians. I grew up in a Pentecostal church. I attend...Read more...
CDF celebrates 60 years of funding works of faith
Celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, Manager of Client Services Chris Webb says Tasmania’s Catholic Development Fund has been...Read more...
Tasmanians called to listen to God’s voice
Tasmanian faithful have been challenged to step outside their comfort zones and share what God is saying with the world. At the recent Catholic...Read more...
Plenary 2020: We may be sheep but the Shepherd knows each of us by name!
By Michael McKenna, Plenary 2020 Executive Secretary for the Archdiocese of Hobart Our Lord reminds us that the shepherd calls his sheep by name. (Jn...Read more...
CWL give a helping hand for Cambodia
Helping others in times of trouble is an integral part of the faith lives of Catholic Women’s League members. The Launceston group is busy...Read more...
Prayer, perseverance and friendships through 60 years with the Little Company of Mary
Perseverance, prayer and friendships – these are what Sr Juliana Coulson AM LCM is grateful for after 60 years of religious profession as a...Read more...
Burnie-Wynyard’s ‘brilliant’ response to homeless help request
Parishes around Tasmania have been asked to engage with homelessness.  One parish that has already become involved in tackling homelessness is...Read more...
A week of ‘walking in the footsteps of others’ at Sacred Heart
The gospel values of walking in the footsteps of others was reinforced during a fundraising and awareness week at Sacred Heart College, New Town....Read more...
CatholicCare Matters - Not enough homes
By Clare Mittermayer, Director of Identity and Mission, CatholicCare Tasmania CatholicCare Tasmania staff in the Housing Connect Support (HCS)...Read more...
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