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Justice & Peace Matters - Reading Laudato Si through the lens of the nativity
By Ben Smith, Director of the Office of Justice & Peace Pope Francis recently released an Apostolic Letter, Admirable Signum, on the meaning and...Read more...
Missionary Sisters of Service bring anniversary year to a close with Bruny Island pilgrimage
Tasmania’s homegrown religious congregation, the Missionary Sisters of Service, have concluded their 75th anniversary celebrations with a...Read more...
Farewell for parish priest who appreciates the giftedness of others
The Parish of Moonah-Lutana will be farewelling their parish priest in January as he takes up a formation role within his religious community. Fr...Read more...
Sacrament Matters-The shadow of the cross over Bethlehem
By Dr Christine Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis All our familiar Christmas carols declare this to be a time of great...Read more...
Youth Matters - The paradox of Christmas
By Tomasz Juszczak, Director of the Office of Youth Evangelisation This year I participated in the annual Hobart Christmas pageant as part of the...Read more...
Quarter of a century serving Tasmania’s Polish community
A Polish congregation which was formed secretly under Communism and is dedicated to serving Polish migrants abroad has celebrated 25 years in...Read more...
Youth owning their faith through retreats
Youth retreats are helping young people to take ownership of their Catholic faith, says Sister of the Immaculata Sr John Mary Alimangohan. A recent...Read more...
Student outreach offers prayer, dinner and peace
A weekly outreach event at the UTAS Sandy Bay campus has been drawing university students to sit at Jesus’ feet, pray together and meet others...Read more...
Milestones for two Salesian priests
This December, the Salesian community of Glenorchy has double the cause for celebration – with the Rector of the community, Fr Peter Rankin,...Read more...
St Joseph’s celebrates 120th anniversary
The town of Queenstown is a community in flux, with mine closures and changing demographics, but St Joseph’s Catholic School on the hill is...Read more...
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