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Archbishop in waiting

The newly appointed Archbishop of Adelaide Patrick O’Regan says he is looking forward to being in the Archdiocese and sees his role as “being a person of communion in this place, a missionary disciple”.

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Hand of comfort

As Christians around the world prepare to celebrate the holiest time of the year under the shadow of the coronavirus, the image of Jesus being comforted by Mary on his way to the cross symbolises the need for us to care for each other in this time of pain and suffering.

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War memoirs brought to life

When Izabella Picheta died eight years ago just before her 89th birthday, her children came across a series of articles she’d written for a local Polish newspaper. Recently translated by her daughter, the memoirs provide a fascinating insight into her conscription to possibly the strangest army of WWII.

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Healing hands of Calvary unveiled

The blessing and official opening of the new Calvary Adelaide Hospital, followed by a thanksgiving Mass in the chapel, was a chance to reflect on the mission of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary and their founder Mary Potter.

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Rwandan experience shapes ministry

When Kenyan-born Fr Dominick Awiti Okwadha arrived to serve the Catholics of Rwanda he soon realised his ability “to listen” would be in great demand as people continued to recover from the genocide of the 1990s.