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A journey from emptiness to freedom: Samuel Matuszek, 25 years old, Neika.
I grew up in a Catholic family. We went to Mass every Sunday, prayed together every now and again. I always saw God as far off and distant, and the...Read more...
Sr Mechtilde: Choosing between pastry and the Lord
At a summer camp for country Catholic children, Josephite Sisters asked a young future-Sr Mechtilde Dillon what she wanted to be when she grew up....Read more...
St Anselm (bishop, doctor) – Feast April 21
Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109, Saint Anselm was a Benedictine monk, Christian philosopher, and scholar who is especially recognised for...Read more...
Youth need witness, community and an encounter with Christ
Above all, young people need an encounter with Christ if they are going to come back to the Church, Archdiocese of Hobart Director of Youth...Read more...
Couple grateful for God’s graces
As Bill and Irmgard Arthur prepared to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary this April, they reflected on the sustaining strength of their...Read more...
Sr Norah says the Lord has been with her through it all
The witness of religious sisters giving up their holidays to teach country children and the faith of her parents loom large in the journey of Sr...Read more...
Friendship through 60 years of marriage
The key to a fruitful marriage is communication and cooperation – according to Kath and Rod Dilger of Howrah who will celebrate their 60th...Read more...
Archbishop Julian renews call for redress scheme for victims of abuse
Archbishop Julian Porteous has renewed his call for a redress scheme for victims of abuse. “I fully support the introduction of a National...Read more...
Divine Mercy Sunday to be celebrated around Tasmania
Tomorrow, the Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday and Tasmanians will be able to take part with Masses and times of prayer scheduled around the...Read more...
Dominic College student Sam Walker to compete in Commonwealth Games
When he competes in the T38 100 metre sprint on Monday night, Tasmania’s Sam Walker will become the youngest male athlete to ever represent...Read more...
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