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Students show their support for refugees
When nine-year-old Lenah Valley Primary School student Caroline first heard about the plight of refugees she felt overwhelmed. “I heard that...Read more...
St Juan Diego ‘Cuauhtlatoatzin’, hermit (Optional Memorial - December 9)
Baptised Juan Diego at the age of fifty, his birth name Cuauhtlatoatzin means “the eagle who speaks.” He is the witness of Our Lady of...Read more...
Catholic education, part of Rhodes Scholar Emilie McDonnell’s success
Receiving a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship for her achievements is something 23-year-old Tasmanian law-student Emilie McDonnell is still coming to...Read more...
Liturgy Matters: Our Hope lies in Memory.
“I will live in the past, the present, and the future. The spirits of all three shall strive within me.” (Charles Dickens, A Christmas...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
Travellers on the Lyell Highway between New Norfolk and Queenstown catch a fleeting glimpse of a tiny gem of a church on their left as they are...Read more...
ACBC appointment for Fr Stephen Hackett
Moonah-Lutana Parish Priest Fr Stephen Hackett has been appointed as the new Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) General Secretary. Fr...Read more...
New Book launched by Dr David Daintree
The primary importance of Christianity to western civilisation is the focus of a new book, Soul of the West – Christianity and the Great...Read more...
Schools report ‘disappointing’
The Tasmanian Catholic Education sector has expressed disappointment at a report released by the Australian Government Primary Schools Association (...Read more...
New pastoral plan identifies parishes as the key to community life
Active involvement in Catholic life is an important feature of the new pastoral plan for the Archdiocese of Hobart. After 18 months of consultation...Read more...
Parish dinners an important part of Community Life in New Norfolk
Monthly parish dinners have been an important way for central Tasmania Parish Administrator, Fr Jaison Kuzihyl, to get to know the Catholic Community...Read more...
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