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Not just fair, but fabulous!
Spring is the season for fairs in Tasmania. School fairs, in particular, are great community events which showcase the wonderful spirit we find in...Read more...
100 Blessings for King Island's Star of the Sea.
The Catholic community of King Island was out in force for the Centenary of Our Lady Star of the Sea Church on Saturday, August 31 and Sunday,...Read more...
Pugin window restored for next 150 years!
Gavin Merrington and his team of devoted craftsmen have successfully restored and replaced the beautiful Pugin window in St Joseph's Catholic...Read more...
WIFI Connecting Old and Young
The Wi-Fi for seniors programme is a joint initiative of Freemasons’ Homes (FMH) and MacKillop College. Students from year 9 computing will...Read more...
Migrations: Pilgrimage of Faith and Hope
Message from Bishop Hanna, Delegate for Migrants and Refugees In this year’s Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Pope Benedict...Read more...
Historically significant literature available to Tasmanians
A rich collection of historically significant literature is available to Tasmanians from a newly-opened community library in New Town. The Father...Read more...
Catholic Education Week 2013
Catholic Education Week is an opportunity to recognise the contribution many different people make to Catholic Education in Tasmania. It is a time...Read more...
Archbishop Blesses St Patrick’s Trade Training Centre
Archbishop Adrian Doyle opened the new St Patrick’s College Aquaculture Trade Training Centre with a blessing and a dedication to the future of...Read more...
New icons of Australia's saint
August 8 is the Feast Day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop and Hobart is prepared with  two new icons of the saint. The Cathedral Parish...Read more...
The Human Dignity of Asylum Seekers comes before National Interests
Archbishop Adrian Doyle endorses the comments of Australian Catholic Bishop’s Delegate for Migrants and Refugees, Bishop Gerard Hanna and...Read more...
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