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Major milestone for young Tasmanian college
A Tasmanian Catholic college named after Australia’s...
Praise for wonderful people working quietly in faith community
An overflowing basket of cards sits near Mary Webb’s...
Novena group brings a shared blessing
A novena group at St Mary’s Cathedral is bringing...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer St...
THE GIFT OF THE DIACONATE - What is a deacon?
By Deacon Nick MacFarlane What a joy to see men being...
Tasmania’s newest seminarian filled with a ‘spirit of service’
Tasmania’s newest seminarian to study at Corpus...
Group marks decade enriching lives through faith, fun and friendship
A group dedicated to outreach, friendship and spirituality...
Religious Education: the learning area at the heart of the Catholic school
By Martin Tobin, Director of Catholic Identity &...
St Joseph’s restoration efforts bring light to faith
Restoration works at one of Tasmania’s oldest...
Schools unite to celebrate Australia’s only saint
A shared heritage has brought the Huon Valley’s two...

Archbishop's message

The Tasmanian government has decided to move ahead with legislation that if passed by the Legislative Council would require Catholic priests to break the seal of confession. At the recent Ad Limina meeting for Australian Bishops, the Pope made it clear there can be no exceptions to the...Read more...