Young people around the Archdiocese will join together to show their commitment to caring for the environment as part of Season of Creation celebrations being held in September.
The centenary of the ‘Miracle of the Vistula’, also known as the Battle of Warsaw, on August 15 1920 will be celebrated by Adelaide’s Polish communities at their Mass centres at Unley and Ottoway at 10am and Morphett Vale at 10.30am on Saturday August 15.
Lefevre Catholic Community will host a presentation on pastoral care in parishes at Sacred Heart Church, Semaphore, next month.
The Indian Catholic community of Adelaide came together to celebrate the feast of St Thomas the Apostle, the patron saint of India, on July 3.
The gifts that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholics bring to the Australian Church were celebrated in Adelaide and around the country through the live streaming of Mass from St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral on July 5.
A feast of musical pieces dating back to the 1500s through to present day compositions will fill St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral during Lent and Easter celebrations this year.
Once more, the season of Lent is upon us, a special time for spiritual renewal, both individually and as a Christian community. During this graced time, we are called into a deeper relationship with the Lord, and are given opportunities to think deeply about what it means for us to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.
Stational Masses will be held at seven locations around the Archdiocese.
Many thousands of Catholics around the State will attend Ash Wednesday services today to mark the beginning of Lent.
Those who gathered for the feast day of Sudan’s patron saint St Josephine Bakhita on February 9 took the opportunity to pray for civilians in the region who have been killed in recent conflicts.