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Michael Smith makes final step before ordination to permanent deaconate
A future permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of Hobart has taken the final step before his ordination in June. Michael Smith of Kingston-Channel...Read more...
The Role of Mothers in shaping the world we live in, one person at a time
By Ben Smith, Director, Office of Life, Marriage and Family This year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the publication of Mulieris...Read more...
Catholic politicians Enid and Joseph Lyons the focus of recent Dawson address
The politics and faith of Tasmanian political couple Enid and Joseph Lyons was discussed by Deputy Director of The Sydney Institute Anne Henderson at...Read more...
Couples for Christ hailed as a special grace for Church at powerful national conference
The flames of faith were burning brightly at a conference to celebrate 30 years of Couples for Christ Australia. More than 350 people from around...Read more...
Repairs begin on Dover church
Repairs have begun on the damaged Mary Our Hope Church at Dover, following a deliberately lit fire in July last year. The heritage-listed church,...Read more...
Claremont Parish celebrates diamond anniversary with blessing of altar
A full church gathered for a Mass celebrating the diamond anniversary of St Bernard’s Church in Claremont in May. Parishioners, visitors, staff...Read more...
Students invited to take study time with God
A weekend study retreat for university students will be an opportunity to connect with God and concentrate on their studies, says Jemille West from...Read more...
Mission Evenings around Tasmania 'very uplifting'
With eight parishes having participated so far, the special missionary initiative ‘Mission Evenings’ have been a resounding success,...Read more...
Our Lady Help of Christians (Solemnity May 24)
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy. The feast day to Mary Help of Christians has been celebrated in Australia since 1844. In 1847 a...Read more...
Catholic Church will co-operate fully with National Redress Scheme
Catholic Archbishop of Hobart the Most Reverend Julian Porteous has welcomed the Tasmanian Government’s decision to engage in the National...Read more...
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