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Scripture fundamental to Catholic life
Understanding scripture was the basis of an event organised by the Verbum Domini Biblical and Catechetical institute, held at St Mary’s...Read more...
New chapel for St Mary’s College
Emeritus Archbishop Adrian Doyle was honoured recently when the new St Mary’s College chapel was blessed and named after him. A St Mary’...Read more...
World Youth Day an opportunity not to be missed
World Youth Day 2011 was an experience I’ll never forget. Not only was it a great lesson in faith but also a wonderful experience of friendship...Read more...
St Clement of Rome, pope, martyr (Feast: November 23)
Documenting the reigns of popes, the Liber Pontificalis states that Clement had known St Peter. Origen and St Jerome identify him as the Clement...Read more...
Human trafficking not just an international problem
Modern slavery and human trafficking are prevalent issues in Australia. That was the message from Sr Carole McDonald, a member of Australian...Read more...
MJR’s Mitch honoured with school mural
Students from Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School in Launceston unveiled their Making Jesus Real (MJR) mural to the surprised delight of the program...Read more...
Sisters of the Immaculata, Sr Maria Faustina
Introducing young people to a personal relationship with God, is one of the many rewarding aspects of being a member of the Sisters of the Immaculata...Read more...
Christian tradition an important part of schooling and life
After-school employment opportunities and levels of community engagement are connected to the Christian tradition, according to author and education...Read more...
Outside play an important part of children’s development
Kindergarten and Early Learning children from St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School at Riverside, near Launceston, are going bush. But the trek...Read more...
Disability no barrier to a successful career
Living with disability can pose many challenges, especially when it comes to employment. But for 22 year old Julian Courtney, the chance to access...Read more...
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