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Pope Francis kicks off Advent with Apostolic Letter on Christmas nativity scenes
The Holy Father has written an Apostolic Letter on Christmas nativity scenes, which were a brainchild of his name-patron St Francis of Assisi....Read more...
Justice & Peace Matters: Humanising the Digital Revolution for the sake of the common good
By Ben Smith, Director of the Office of Justice and Peace for the Archdiocese of Hobart Do tech giants like Facebook and Google help or hinder the...Read more...
Summer school seeks participants willing to dive deep into Church’s teaching on love
This January, the Archdiocese of Hobart will run for the second time Australia’s only marriage and vocation-forming summer school, Made For...Read more...
An unexpected adventure: lessons from The Hobbit
By Martin Tobin, Director of Catholic Identity and Mission, Catholic Education Tasmania J.R.R Tolkien’s well-known adventure tale The Hobbit is...Read more...
Stitching together a fulfilling life of family, friends and faith
Circular Head parishioner Win Mahoney believes that it is important to keep her mind, and her hands, busy. After a lifetime of involvement in...Read more...
Heritage Treasures
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer In St Joseph’s Church, Hobart, there is a particularly beautiful stained glass window...Read more...
Library turns a page in its history
A Catholic library dedicated to promoting knowledge of the Catholic faith in schools, parishes and the wider community is celebrating its 10th...Read more...
Supportive and community atmosphere at Blueline Laundry
It is the excitement the supported employees have in coming to work, that makes Blueline Laundry such a lovely place to work, according to acting CEO...Read more...
Finding God among the pots and pans of everyday life
Finding God in the ordinary activities of life was one a key focus of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal’s (CCR) annual gathering in Launceston...Read more...
Shining a red light on persecution of the faithful
St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart turned red on November 20 as part of a movement to highlight the plight of persecuted Christians around the world...Read more...
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