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Rome ordination for Tasmania’s newest deacon
Tasmania’s seminarian in Rome, Ben Brooks, has been ordained a deacon in one of the city’s largest basilicas. Currently studying in at...Read more...
Powerhouse of prayer in the Archdiocese celebrates 70th anniversary
The arrival of the Carmelite community in Tasmania 70 years ago was ‘a day of first rate importance in the Catholic Church in Tasmania’,...Read more...
Strong bonds of faith and friendship
Living the gospel in the spirit of Presentation Sisters’ foundress Nano Nagle and developing bonds of association through spiritual formation...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
When William Willson, our first Bishop arrived in Hobart in May 1844 he brought with him a boatload of the most beautiful altar vessels, vestments...Read more...
Get Ready Panama, Tassie is Coming!
Millions of young people, eighteen days, two countries, one faith. This is what the youth of Tasmania have the chance to experience on our official...Read more...
Friendship tree branches out to offer warm welcome
The branches of Burnie-Wynyard Catholic Parish’s friendship tree have strengthened and grown over the past 20 years as a symbol of the warm...Read more...
John Fox retires after 61 years of serving at the altar
For most of their married life, John and Margaret Fox have sat apart from each other at Mass. All that changed recently when John retired after 61...Read more...
Joining the Knights and discovering vision, faith and spirit
State Chairman of the Knights of the Southern Cross John Prichard says he initially joined the Knights 2013 in order to stop being asked, but...Read more...
Visiting East Timorese workers add enthusiasm and vibrancy
The George Town Catholic parish has bid a fond farewell to a group of about 40 East Timorese people, who have returned home after six months of...Read more...
Sacred Heart Geeveston celebrates 80 years of school
Sacred Heart Catholic School in Geeveston marked its 80th anniversary earlier this month with celebrations spanning two days. On Wednesday, June 6...Read more...
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