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.
Organist Sian Gardner says she is “thrilled” to be part of this year’s Adelaide Fringe organ recitals being held in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral.
The Salisbury Parish Multicultural Carnival, which is fast becoming a colourful tradition that reflects the rich and vibrant diversity of the community, will be held on Sunday February 16.
An Advent retreat day aimed at helping Catholic women feel supported on their faith journey is being held at Glenelg in November.
Parishioners of the Copper Coast parish will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the opening of Moonta’s St Francis of Assisi Church next month.
Upcoming events in the Archdiocese include the ordination of two local men as deacons and a presentation by the former Bishop of Toowoomba.
For the first time in two decades, All Souls Day will be celebrated in the Smyth Memorial Chapel in West Terrace Cemetery, following the restoration of the State Heritage listed building.