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Feast of the Chair of St Peter (February 22)
The feast of the Chair of St Peter principally commemorates his teaching ministry as first among the Apostles, sitting in the office of bishop of...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
In recent years the Queenstown community has experienced a significant growth in tourism, resulting in no small measure from the return of a great...Read more...
Adoration continues weekly at Riverside
Parishioners in northern Tasmania are keen to spread the good word about the 12 hours of Eucharistic adoration that take place on Fridays at St...Read more...
Forming capable problem-solvers into the future
Winner of the 2017 Tasmanian STEM Teacher of the Year for Secondary Teachers Award, Marist Regional College teacher Ann Burke sees her role of...Read more...
Obituary - Fr Tim O’Toole CP - 1956 – 2017
A Passionist priest from Victoria who ministered to those affected by the Port Arthur massacre has recently passed away in Sydney. Fr Tim O’...Read more...
Benedictine brothers become a Public Association of Christ’s Faithful
The Tasmanian Benedictine community of the Notre Dame Priory made a significant canonical step recently with the community and its statutes (which...Read more...
Youth invited to join Archbishop for Tasmanian pilgrimage
Young Catholics are being invited to join Archbishop Julian on a pilgrimage through Tasmanian Catholic heartland on March 3 and 4 as part of the...Read more...
Festival of Light features Fr Rob Galea
A concert featuring Sandhurst Diocese priest-musician and former X factor contestant Fr Rob Galea attracted nearly 300 attendees in Hobart recently....Read more...
Tasmanian Catholic Youth Festival to be held in May
After taking over 100 young people to Sydney for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival in December, the fire in the Tasmanian young people’s...Read more...
Sacrament Matters: Where to from Here?
Dr. Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis I recently read an article that basically said it’s okay to...Read more...
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