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Heritage Treasures
The Church in Tasmania has an extremely rare collection of embroidered silk vestments that are of international significance. Brought out from...Read more...
Cushions provide relief for those with dementia
A new tactile, sensory cushion aimed at reducing the stress levels of dementia patients, will be made available to residents at Mary’s Grange...Read more...
Parish of Claremont to be re-established
The Parish of Claremont will be re-established and have a resident priest from January 2015. The community will be served by Fr GnanaPragash Suresh...Read more...
Trish Hindmarsh retires after 40 years of service
After a career in education spanning more than 40 years, Tasmanian Catholic Education Director Trish Hindmarsh is positive about retiring from her...Read more...
New Archbishop for Sydney
Archbishop Porteous would like to express his delight in hearing of the news of the appointment of Archbishop-Elect Anthony Fisher by the Holy Father...Read more...
Fun for kids as part of National Child Protection Week
Centacare Tasmania will be hosting fun activities for children and providing information and tips for parents on the Glenorchy City Council lawns...Read more...
Archbishop Julian celebrates 40 years of ministry
Archbishop Julian has celebrated Mass with Archbishop Emeritus Adrian Doyle, and 30 priests from the Archdiocese of Hobart, to mark the 40th...Read more...
Celebrating Literacy and Numeracy!
Students at Holy Rosary Catholic School in Claremont have been celebrating National Literacy and Numeracy Week with their usual flair and enthusiasm...Read more...
Bugs in the College!
Locusts, bamboo worms, moth chrysalises, crickets, scorpions, diving beetles and giant water beetles are not the usual tucker for Tasmanians, but in...Read more...
Catholic Education Week in our schools
This year’s theme, ‘Spreading the Good News with Joy’, has proven very apt for our schools. Each school and college involved in...Read more...
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