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Sunday Masses to be live streamed from St Mary’s Cathedral
Live streaming from St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart will allow Tasmanian Catholics to continue to unite themselves with liturgies while social...Read more...
Fr Rob to feature at upcoming Tasmanian Catholic Youth Festival
UPDATE: The Tasmanian Catholic Youth Festival has been postponed. Father Rob Galea, the Maltese-born young Australian priest and global performer,...Read more...
‘Everything is possible with God’
For Sister Mary Noonan RSJ, the 75th anniversary of her profession as a Sister of Saint Joseph has brought back many fond memories from her 75...Read more...
Library lending spiritual nourishment to local parish
Parishioners in Tasmania’s south are enjoying access to books and DVDs from the Fr John Wall Community Library through a new initiative linking...Read more...
Thinking locally, acting globally in support of international orphanages
“Thinking locally, acting globally” is how Father Suresh GnanaPragash describes the fundraising efforts of two local Catholic communities...Read more...
From fires to financial governance, new Business Manager takes up duties
Less than a month after the new Archdiocesan Business Manager Chris Ryan started in his role, he took leave. The volunteer firefighter said that he...Read more...
Jesus’ power to heal the focus of Mission Evenings
UPDATE: The Mission Evenings have been postponed until further notice. The healing ministry of Jesus will be put in the spotlight at Mission Evenings...Read more...
Proving you can be both ‘normal’ and a saint
By Tomasz Juszczak, Director of the Office of Youth Evangelisation The idea that each one of us is called to be a saint is something many of us might...Read more...
Saints Perpetua and Felicity, early African Christian martyrs
Feast Day: March 7 Saints Perpetua and Felicity were two young women who were killed for their faith by being thrown to wild animals during Roman...Read more...
Tasmania welcomes new archdiocesan liturgy coordinator
The Church in Tasmania’s new coordinator for liturgy says there is a sense of achievement in the behind-the-scenes work which contribute to the...Read more...
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