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ACYF potentially ‘culture changing’ for Tasmanian youth
The Australian Catholic Youth Festival has the potential to be culture changing for the Catholic youth scene in Tasmania, Director of the Office of...Read more...
Knights focus on faith among youth
The need for renewal in faith amongst the younger generation has proved the catalyst of a fresh focus for Tasmania’s Knights of the Southern...Read more...
St James kicks up its heels to celebrate Mary and motherhood at May Ball
The Huon Valley’s annual celebration of Mary and motherhood was held at Cygnet on May 10. Celebrated for the 76th year, St James’...Read more...
Fr Christopher gives thanks for the gift of the priesthood
The faith of Tasmanians had touched and strengthened a priest who has celebrated his 30th anniversary of ordination. Fr Christopher Kasturi is priest...Read more...
The Arch’s Archies makes a comeback
A Tasmanian portraiture prize for Catholic school students has returned this year after several years’ absence. ‘The Arch’s Archies...Read more...
Sacrament Matters:  Becoming Catholic through RCIA
By Dr. Christine E. Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis How does an unbaptised adult become Catholic? Is there one...Read more...
Deacon Michael to direct Catholic Mission
Tasmania’s new Archdiocesan Director of Catholic Mission says he is here to help parishes focus on mission, as he works towards bringing the...Read more...
Vale Sr Doreen Williams PBVM - 15/01/1929 – 13/05/2019
Sr Doreen Williams PBVM, who served in schools through Tasmania and was the last religious principal at St Brigid’s Catholic School in New...Read more...
Blaze-surviving bible inspires parishioners
A bible’s remarkable survival from a devastating house fire has inspired Circular Head parishioners on Tasmania’s far north-west coast....Read more...
Liturgy Matters - The Hiddenness of the Holy Spirit
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy In its liturgical context the Latin maxim lex orandi, lex credendi asserts that the way we...Read more...
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