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Family festival inspired by St John Paul II
A festival for families celebrating the life of Pope St John Paul II will be held for the first time in Moonah this month. The St John Paul II...Read more...
St Teresa of Avila - Feast day: October 15
St Teresa of Avila is a great saint for anyone who has hit mid-life and is not as close to God as they would like to be. Born in Spain in 1515, St...Read more...
Vale Adrian Drane
26/2/1974 - 16/09/2019 Much-loved principal of Marist Regional College Adrian Drane has passed away from cancer. Adrian Peter Drane was born in...Read more...
A new saint’s connection with old Tasmania
By Nick Brodie A great luminary of the nineteenth century, Cardinal John Henry Newman, is being canonised by Pope Francis on October 13, 2019....Read more...
Popular Tasmanian pilgrimage returns
The popular Tasmanian pilgrimage the Way to St James Cygnet is set to take place again this coming January. Held over two days, from January 11-12,...Read more...
St Finn Barr’s celebrates 125th anniversary
St Finn Barr’s Catholic Primary School students were urged to take inspiration from the founder of the Presentation Sisters and go out into the...Read more...
Tasmania takes part in the Extraordinary Missionary Month
Tasmania’s involvement in the Extraordinary Missionary Month will focus more on moving hearts than on seeking financial assistance, says the...Read more...
Carmelites respond with joy to news of saintly Sister’s visit
Tasmania’s Carmelite community have expressed their excitement at having the relics of one of their Order’s own saints, St Therese of...Read more...
Relics of St Therese and parents to visit Tasmania
The relics of St Therese of Lisieux will visit Tasmania early next year as part of an Australia-wide tour organised by Catholic Mission. Her relics...Read more...
Mass marks Dominican Sisters’ first class contribution to Catholic education
The arrival of the Dominican Sisters in Hobart 60 years ago played a vital role in bringing Catholic education to the northern suburbs. The Sisters...Read more...
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