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No to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
Tasmanian Catholics are being urged to make their views known on the proposal by the Premier and Greens Leader to legalise euthanasia and assisted...Read more...
Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI
I am sure that you, like myself, were very surprised, and saddened, to hear the announcement last evening of the intention of His Holiness, Pope...Read more...
Getting into sport!
The 'Come and Try' Day organised by the Humanitarian Settlement Services program of Centacare Tasmania was a resounding success. ...Read more...
No Place for Assisted Suicide in Tasmania
The latest proposal to legalise assisted suicide in Tasmania should be rejected by State Parliament, former Federal Minister for Justice Michael Tate...Read more...
Renowned speaker in South Hobart
The public was invited to attend a lecture by Dr Clare Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology from the Australian...Read more...
Bushfire Collection Passes $50,000
Tasmania’s Catholics have been commended for their response to the devastating January bushfires. The special bushfire collection at Masses...Read more...
Class Leader
A small Catholic school with big ambition is heading into the New Year with new confidence after significant achievements in 2012. John Paul II...Read more...
Centacare Help for Fire Victims
Catholic welfare agency Centacare Tasmania is helping ease the trauma for people who lost their homes in last week’s bushfires. Executive...Read more...
A First at St Al’s
The first ever Grade 10 graduating class completed their studies at St. Aloysius Catholic College, Huntingfield, late last year. At the...Read more...
Sydney Helpers
Tasmania’s bushfire relief efforts have been boosted by students from a Western Sydney Catholic college. Ten students and two teachers from...Read more...
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