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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...
Catholic Mission Month focuses on Myanmar
The needs of children in Myanmar – especially in education – has been the focus of this year’s Catholic Mission Month. Schools and...Read more...
New Vinnies vans will help the most vulnerable
Two new soup van services are starting up in North and North West Tasmania in response to the growing housing crisis. A work of the St Vincent de...Read more...
Marian festival outreaches in Bridgewater
A Marian festival held at St Paul’s Church in Bridgewater in October drew a crowd from the local area as well as further afield. Parish...Read more...
Oarsome contribution from rowing stalwart
Mersey Leven parishioner Merv Tippett has devoted countless hours to helping others in the community. Mr Tippett, 79, of Devonport, has just been...Read more...
Catholic Tasmania’s Great War of 1914-18
By Dr Nick Brodie Armistice brought joy, but also reflection. At St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart, where a thanksgiving Mass was celebrated in...Read more...
Sacrament Matters:  Why baptise infants?
Every human being is in need of salvation – even infants. So often we hear adults say that children should be given the opportunity to decide...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
This beautiful window in St John’s, Richmond, is situated in that part of the church, called the chancel, which was completed in 1859. The...Read more...
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