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Tasmania’s newest seminarian filled with a ‘spirit of service’
Tasmania’s newest seminarian to study at Corpus Christi seminary, Melbourne, is Sri-Lankan born Kanishka Perera, 26. Having spent most of his...Read more...
Group marks decade enriching lives through faith, fun and friendship
A group dedicated to outreach, friendship and spirituality is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary later this year. Maureen Saunders, of Waverley...Read more...
Religious Education: the learning area at the heart of the Catholic school
By Martin Tobin, Director of Catholic Identity & Evangelisation, Catholic Education Tasmania More than 60 experienced Religious Educators from...Read more...
Catholic women showing care and concern
A group of Launceston Catholic women has been praised for showing care and concern for those doing it tough. Launceston Catholic Women’s League...Read more...
St Joseph’s restoration efforts bring light to faith
Restoration works at one of Tasmania’s oldest churches has helped to not only preserve history, but to recognise that the faith of current...Read more...
Schools unite to celebrate Australia’s only saint
A shared heritage has brought the Huon Valley’s two Catholic schools together to celebrate Australia’s only canonised saint. St Mary of...Read more...
South Hobart Parish responds to Tasmanian housing stress
The Catholic Church in Tasmania has today opened new affordable housing units as part of its continuing effort to relieve housing stress for...Read more...
Praise for wonderful people working quietly in faith community
An overflowing basket of cards sits near Mary Webb’s feet, while assorted floral bouquets sparkle in her kitchen. Mrs Webb is sitting in her...Read more...
New Tassie priest ordained
The Archdiocese of Hobart’s newest priest, Fr Ben Brooks, was ordained to the priesthood at St Mary’s Cathedral on July 19. Fr Brooks is...Read more...
School’s in for new gifted-student pilot program
A pilot program for gifted students at northern Catholic schools has won praise from teachers, parents and children. The program, called the One Day...Read more...
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