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HERITAGE TREASURES
From 1857 the first permanent pastor of Campbell Town was Fr John Fitzgerald (1830–65), the son of a pioneer Catholic family and the first...Read more...
Marist College serves up 1000 acts of kindness
Staff and students of Burnie’s Marist Regional College recently created a charity food drive to cater for community members affected by the...Read more...
St Christopher Magallanes and Companions, martyrs of Mexico   Feast Day: May 21
St Christopher Magallenes is one of a group of 25 Mexican saints – including three lay men - who lost their lives as a result of religious...Read more...
Sacrament Matters: Grist for the Mill
Dr. Christine Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis Former Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies’ ‘forgotten...Read more...
Proclaiming salvation in Sandy Bay
A recent venture of the Sandy Bay Parish is making the saving message of Christ visible to all who pass by. Over the Lenten and Easter period, large...Read more...
Prayer groups finding grace at home
Social distancing measures mean that prayer groups across Tasmania are currently unable to participate in communal prayer.  However, this has...Read more...
How I Met Our Mother
By Tomasz Juszczak, Director of the Office of Youth Evangelisation It’s a beautiful work of providence that Mother’s Day happens to be...Read more...
Lessons in Christian living from COVID-19
By Martin Tobin, Director of Catholic Identity and Mission, Catholic Education Tasmania. Throughout the COVID-19 emergency, Catholic school...Read more...
Global audience tunes in to Tassie Masses
Picture the MCG filled to capacity. Then double it. And throw in another 25,000 people. That’s how many times the Mass services from St Mary...Read more...
Reaching out to parishioners
Many parishes around the state are implementing innovative measures aimed at keeping parishioners in touch with their faith and with each other, in...Read more...
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