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Hope, peace and joy to all

Thousands of South Australians will celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas Mass services throughout the State next week. Find your nearest church in our Christmas Mass guide.

Opinion Opinion

Seeking justice in the public sphere

Our justice system is based on the premise that a person is innocent until proven guilty. But what happens when a person is found guilty and then proven innocent? This is the conundrum facing Archbishop Philip Wilson and the Catholic Church in Australia following the overturning of the conviction against the former Adelaide Archbishop.

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Features

Striving for truth in the world of science

Adelaide-raised scientist Professor Waltraud (Trudy) Kriven has spent most of her adult life in the United States, making a name for herself in the field of high tech ceramics. But she says her success would not have been possible without the invaluable life lessons from her parents and the Josephite Sisters.

News News

Youth united in faith

More than 1000 young Catholics from around Australia are getting ready to converge on Adelaide next month to take part in World Youth Day celebrations.

Opinion

Mary Mackillop - a woman for today

The daughter of an agnostic poet, educated by Presbyterians, a hard-bitten secular journalist, SAMELA HARRIS asks how on earth did she end up in a world of gentle Roman Catholic Sisters working to make a museum for a saint?

Schools Schools

Co-ed learning expands

The next chapter of learning at Sacred Heart College will begin in 2019 with the commencement of co-educational schooling from Years 7 to 9.