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
Feast of St Thomas the Apostle was celebrated in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral on June 30.
A Mass was held in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral on July 2 to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday and the start of NAIDOC Week events. Pictures: Ben Macmahon
Archbishop Wilson hosted the annual Iftar meal during Ramadan in June, beginning with prayer and the Muslim tradition of eating dates to break their fast at sunset. Muslim leaders expressed their deep gratitude to the Archbishop for inviting them to his home. Main picture: Dr Waleed Alkhazrajy from the Islamic Society of SA.