Leaders in the Catholic community, including those who work with young people, have been invited to attend a one-day seminar next month to learn how they can contribute to the Year of Youth in 2018.
It is 15 years since the practice of Lenten Stational Masses was adopted in our Adelaide Archdiocese. As JENNY O’BRIEN explains, they follow the pattern of the Stational Masses held in Rome, where the Pope – as Bishop of Rome – makes a pilgrimage to a large number of local churches to celebrate the Eucharist and encourage the community gathered in their Lenten activities of prayer, almsgiving and fasting.
Australian broadcaster and journalist Geraldine Doogue will provide the Mary MacKillop oration at a national conference being held by Catholic Social Services Victoria in Melbourne next month.
The Therry Dramatic Society, Catholic Women’s League and Knights of the Southern Cross invite you to the Australia Day Mass and presentation of the John Brewer Scholarships in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral on Friday January 26 at 9am.
Adelaide will host a major Catholic youth event in January 2019 to celebrate World Youth Day while it convenes in Panama.
Adelaide’s Italian and Vietnamese communities are invited to participate in the annual All Souls Day services at Enfield Memorial Park on Thursday, November 2.
“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.
St James the Less Church at Macclesfield will celebrate its 150th anniversary in November.