Father Anthony Kain celebrated the golden anniversary of his ordination with the parish communities of Glenelg and Plympton earlier this month. Here he reflects on his 50 years in the priesthood.
The ‘God of surprises’ has guided Monsignor Ian Dempsey from the time he joined St Francis Xavier Seminary as a 17 year old in 1961 to his retirement as parish priest of Brighton earlier this month.
Ordained in his home town parish of Tailem Bend, Fr Jack Boog has served many country parishes as well as the Marriage Encounter movement in his 50 years of priesthood.
Pope Francis calls on us to care for our common home, to look after our Earth and its people. This message resonates daily with Alice Dunlop in her work at Catholic Education SA and her sustainability consultancy Little Earthies, as LINDY McNAMARA reports.
John Brennan (Benidus) McCabe - Born: November 10 1930 | Died: June 30 2018
Continuing our series on pastoral associates in the Archdiocese, Carmel White talks with Lindy McNamara about attending the recent Divine Renovation conference and her hopes for her work in the Emmaus parish.
Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Gail Worcelo spent many hours with her Polish grandmother tending the Morning Glory plant growing on the fire escape of their second floor apartment.
Father Adam Crouch MGL was raised on a farm in the Adelaide Hills and attended Rostrevor College before embarking on a football career with Norwood, Port Power and Sydney Swans. Now a priest in Sydney, he is continuing to use his footy skills as Debbie Cramsie reports.
Not everyone meets a saint in their lifetime, let alone two, but Bishop Elect of Darwin and much-loved Adelaide priest Father Charles Gauci can claim just that and more, as Jenny Brinkworth discovered when she spoke to him ahead of his ordination in Darwin next month.
As National Vocations Awareness Week commences today, the Adelaide Archdiocese’s new director of Vocations Fr Peter Zwaans encourages us to listen to the voice of Jesus.
It was the phone call that would change the direction of his life and as Pat Lopresti recalls, it wasn’t an easy one to make. He procrastinated for some time, drink in hand, before he could summon the courage to dial the number.