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Donations needed for Sleepout
Homelessness can happen to any of us at any time. That is the message Centacare Tasmania Director of Education and Community Services Jennifer Day...Read more...
Eight Baptisms in one family!
Fr Gerald Quinn baptised Joel Victor Webberley at St Joseph’s Church on Saturday May 17. Joel is the eighth child of Rob and Andrea Webberley...Read more...
Impressive loss leads to a great gain!
The thick, long locks of Guilford Young College Year 11 student Chloe Williams were shaved off on Wednesday May 14 as part of the annual World’...Read more...
The Treasure that is Maryknoll
The Church in Tasmania has an unassuming treasure just a short drive south of Hobart. The first thing you may notice at Maryknoll is the glorious...Read more...
St Joseph the Worker -  Putting People First
May 1 is the Feast of St Joseph the Worker. It has been marked by the Church since it was instituted by Pius XII in 1955, apparently in response to...Read more...
Witnessing at Bellerive
On Good Friday every year there is a procession of Christians around the streets of Bellerive witnessing to Jesus’ way of the cross. This year...Read more...
Chrism Mass – Mass of the Oils
As part of Holy Week, this year’s Chrism Mass was held last night as St Mary’s Cathedral, Hobart. It is one of the few times...Read more...
New Centre to promote Catholic Intellectual Tradition
The Long Room at Parliament House in Hobart was a fitting venue for the Official Launch of the Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies this...Read more...
Covering the territory!
Archbishop Porteous is determined to connect with every part of the Church in Tasmania and he’s making a great effort to meet as many people as...Read more...
Stitch celebrates its eighth year
Stitch is the name of the popular craft and sewing group program for new entrants, run by Centacare Tasmania’s Humanitarian Settlement Services...Read more...
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