Year 2015

Decrease font size
Increase font size
Print this page
Home > Media > News > Year 2015
St Simon Stock
Little is known about his early life but legend holds that the etymology of the name Stock (relating to trees) in this case finds special meaning in...Read more...
Parish life a great learning experience for seminarian Fidelis Udousoro
Spending a month in Tasmania has been a welcoming and learning experience for Fidelis Udousoro. One of Tasmania’s five seminarians studying at...Read more...
Walk with Christ 2015
A procession of the Blessed Sacrament from St Joseph's Church, Hobart to St Mary's Cathedral, will be held on Sunday June 7, to mark the...Read more...
Pioneer laid to rest in cemetery after 142 years
When Irish convict Judith Dowling was buried in the peaceful surrounds of Colebrook in 1856, her grave was located on Catholic land next to the site...Read more...
Carmelites, a life of living prayer
For some the thought of leaving friends and family to enter an enclosed vocation would be too greater challenge to contemplate. However for the...Read more...
Archbishop Guilford Young a high achiever at any early age
Guilford Young was appointed Archbishop of Hobart in 1955, leading the Church in Tasmania until his death on March 16, 1988. He was known for his...Read more...
Connecting with people the most important part of the mission for Sr Lorraine
The Missionary Sisters of Service (MSS) focus on taking religion to the people, no matter where they lived, drew Sr Lorraine Groves to the order at...Read more...
Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies anniversary
This month marks the one year anniversary of the opening of the Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies, in Hobart. Prior to his installation...Read more...
St Catherine of Siena virgin, doctor
(Feast: Memorial – April 29) “out of mercy you have washed us in his Blood, out of mercy you have wished to converse with creatures. O...Read more...
Do your best and let God do the rest
A visit to Cork in Ireland, the hometown of Presentation Sisters founder Nano Nagle, was an emotional experience for Sr Monica Shelverton who was...Read more...
Syndicate content