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STATEMENT FROM ARCHBISHOP MARK COLERIDGE, PRESIDENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE
The news of Cardinal George Pell’s conviction on historical child sexual abuse charges has shocked many across Australia and around the world,...Read more...
Blessing for peaceful place of quiet reflection
“I thank my God, each time I think of you! And when I pray for you, I pray with joy.” This poignant quote from St Paul’s Letter to...Read more...
Saint Óscar Romero, bishop, martyr (Feast: March 24)
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy. In the past two centuries many Latin American political regimes have struggled to control and...Read more...
‘After First Communion’
Dr. Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis Do you remember your First Holy Communion? Do you remember the joy...Read more...
Plenary Council 2020
By Michael McKenna, Plenary 2020 Executive Secretary for the Archdiocese of Hobart. As we near the end of the eight month long Listening and...Read more...
Working to build a thriving future for Vinnies
Ensuring a thriving future for the Society of St Vincent de Paul in Tasmania is a key motivator for the organisation’s new chief executive,...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. Holy Trinity Catholic Church, a jewel in the crown of the Archdiocese of Hobart, is...Read more...
Food and friendship on the menu at Dining with Friends
Savoury aromas drift temptingly along the corridors at the Launceston Catholic Parish Centre. It is the third Tuesday of the month and the volunteers...Read more...
Australia’s First School on Marriage and Family
This summer, the Archdiocese of Hobart hosted the inaugural Matrimonium Summer School. Running from January 21-25, the School was a five-day...Read more...
Fr Lawrie and Br Michael leave for Melbourne
Dominic College and the Glenorchy Parish have farewelled two of the Salesian community who have moved to Melbourne after ten years of service in...Read more...
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