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Knights of the Southern Cross looking for men wanting to make a difference
A recent recruitment drive at parish Masses in the Launceston region was just one part of the Knights of the Southern Cross’s (KSC) campaign to...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
The tiny Church of St Mary Our Hope in Dover is a very simple building. It is hardly a structure which one would regard as of heritage significance...Read more...
Sr Pamela, making spirituality a living reality
It was the spirituality, dedication and joy of the Dominican Sisters that appealed to a young Pamela Davis. Sr Pamela, who was later to become the...Read more...
Study group reaps community rewards
Going to school and keeping up with homework can be a daunting experience for any student. However when you have arrived from another country and...Read more...
Legalisation of assisted suicide and euthanasia not a done deal
The legalisation of assisted suicide and euthanasia is not even close to being a done deal, according to international lawyer Catherine Glenn Foster...Read more...
St Albert Chmielowski (Feast: 17 June)
Albert Chmielowski was a Polish religious brother and founder of the Albertines. Known in Polish as Brat Albert and recognised widely as a holy man,...Read more...
St Justin, martyr (Memorial: June 1)
Justin Martyr was a second century pagan Galilean philosopher who converted to Christianity and is beloved for an apology written for emperor...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
Many of the heritage treasures of the Archdiocese of Hobart have been designed by highly skilled architects and artists from Great Britain, France...Read more...
Life as a priest one of great privilege for Fr Gerald
Knowing he was destined for a priestly life from a very young age, Fr Gerald Quinn entered the Passionist religious order at the age of 16 and a half...Read more...
Seminarian numbers on the rise
While many may think the number of men entering the priesthood is in decline, it would probably surprise them to know that in Australia the...Read more...
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