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Parish puts faith into action with Eucharistic procession
In Tasmania’s north, a Eucharistic procession was held at St Francis’ Church in West Tamar Parish for the feast of Corpus Christi. It was...Read more...
Led by Jesus through the streets
The faithful and organisers of Sunday’s Eucharistic procession in Hobart in honour of Corpus Christi have shared a sense of being led by Jesus...Read more...
St Peter Chanel celebrates 40 years with Mass and shared memories
St Peter Chanel Catholic School at Smithton is a monument of gratitude, a declaration of love, a concrete representation of the Josephite spirit that...Read more...
Euthanasia now legal in Victoria
Euthanasia is now legal in Victoria, after legislation passed in 2017 came into effect today. The legalisation of euthanasia will allow residents of...Read more...
From DJ to Dominic: Br Barry brings blue collar faith
Former DJ and now Salesian brother Barry Parker swapped Sid Vicious for Catholic artist Matt Maher on his journey back to the Catholic Church. Br...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
Amongst the treasures in St Mary’s Cathedral is arguably the most significant item in the cultural heritage of the Archdiocese of Hobart,...Read more...
St Thomas More, martyr - Feast: June 22
Two great English martyrs have served as the King’s chancellor. Both named Thomas, the martyrs Becket and More each gave their lives to protect...Read more...
Living the faith through active engagement
A retreat in Northern Tasmania gave participants the opportunity to deepen their faith and to explore and embrace their relationship with a loving...Read more...
Warm-hearted students provide blanket coverage
Warm-hearted students from the Star of the Sea Catholic School at George Town are working hard to support community members who are struggling...Read more...
A wartime archbishop prepared for enemy attack
By Dr Nick Brodie In early 1942, a few weeks after the Empire of Japan attacked Darwin, Archbishop Simonds of Hobart addressed a crowd gathered in...Read more...
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