South Australians are being asked to hit the pavements and walk together this Saturday to show their support for asylum seekers and refugees who are wanting to make Australia their permanent home.
“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full” (John 10:10) are the words guiding the theme of this year's World Mission Sunday which is being celebrated in churches around the world on October 22.
One of the largest national gatherings of Lutherans and Catholics will take place in Adelaide this month to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
A plaque commemorating St Pope John Paul II’s historic visit to Adelaide in 1986 will be unveiled in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral by Archbishop Wilson on Thursday October 26.
St James the Less Church at Macclesfield will celebrate its 150th anniversary in November.
Organisers of this year’s Walk a Mile in My Boots city event are hoping that more than 6000 people will take time out of their busy Friday morning schedule to show their support for the homeless.
Fifty years after a group of school mums came together to share fellowship through their faith, the Henley Beach Catholic Women’s League (CWL) continues to be an integral part of the local parish.
The Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (COYYA) is giving young South Australian Catholics an opportunity to speak up about their faith.
More than $630,000 has so far been raised by the 125 local CEOs and senior executives who participated in this year's Vinnies CEO Sleepout held on the grounds of Government House on June 29. Donations can still be made until the end of July, with money raised supporting the homeless. Pictures: John Hemmings