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Prayers for Sri Lanka
Tasmanian residents – including those originally from Sri Lanka – have been standing in solidarity and prayer with the victims of the...Read more...
Youth: called to greatness and hope
Tasmania’s youth hailing from as far apart as Burnie to the Huon Valley have been called to hope, to understand their potential and that they...Read more...
Rossalyn inducted to Honour Roll
A woman whose many years of dedicated service have often been hidden from view has been inducted to the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women. Rossalyn...Read more...
Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice CFC (Feast: May 5)
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy On October 6, 1996 Pope St John Paull II delayed his admission to hospital in order to preside...Read more...
Pilgrims walk in faith to Colebrook
Young people who walked 40 kilometres from St John’s Church in Richmond to St Patrick’s Church in Colebrook in March have described the...Read more...
Fr Rob Galea to spread the joy of the faith at Tasmanian Festival Days and Gracefest events
Internationally-renowned Catholic music artist Fr Rob Galea will be the main speaker and performer at Gracefest and Festival Day events next month....Read more...
Parish inspired by Divine Mercy speakers
A parish mission event featuring a Catholic comedian turned Divine Mercy promotor and an Irish musician drew around 100 people to St Bernard’s...Read more...
Priests commit to building safe parish communities
Priests from around Tasmania have committed to building safe parish communities for children and vulnerable people. On April 4, the parish priests...Read more...
Film screenings to feature life of L’Arche
Screenings of Summer in the Forest, a film about Jean Vanier and L’Arche, the community he founded, will be held in Tasmania in May. The film...Read more...
Tell us Mary, what did you see?
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy Lent is coming to its end and the Paschal Triduum is upon us. These are our preeminent “...Read more...
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