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Centacare Report Highlights Family Pressures
The annual report of Centacare Tasmania reveals the increasing pressures on the State’s families as the economic downturn hits home. Executive...Read more...
Preparing for Priesthood
Shammi Perera is being ordained a priest on Saturday December 8 at St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart and he admits to being a bit nervous, not so...Read more...
Archbishop Welcomes Abuse Inquiry
12 November 2012 The Archbishop of Hobart, Most Reverend Adrian Doyle, tonight welcomed the announcement of a national royal commission into child...Read more...
GYC Passes Registration Test
Guilford Young College has had its registration extended to the end of 2017 after receiving an outstanding report card from the Schools Registration...Read more...
St Peter Chanel running for sports award
St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School in Smithton has been recognised for excellence in delivering fun, safe and inclusive sporting activities to...Read more...
Anti Poverty Week 2012
The most recent figures from the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) confirm that around 2.2 million Australians are now living in poverty...Read more...
West Coast wows Archbishop!
In recognition of Archbishop Doyle's impending retirement, Principal Mr Rod Linhart, together with the staff and students of St Joseph's...Read more...
Generous Donation
Tasmania’s Catholic schools have raised more than $10,000 to help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Archbishop’s Samaritan Projects...Read more...
Centacare Signs up to 26TEN
Centacare Tasmania is to help drive a new campaign to ensure Tasmanians have the basic skills to cope with the demands of everyday life. Executive...Read more...
Colourful Welcome for South Sudan Bishop
One of the world’s youngest Catholic Bishops, South Sudan’s Bishop Santo Lako Pio, will spend four days in Tasmania this week. Bishop...Read more...
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