‘The best year of my life’ is how James Thomson summed up his first 12 months of study at the Pope St John XXIII National Seminary in Boston.
My destiny was to be a Religious Sister! My destiny was to be a Josephite!
As a young girl, Maeve O’Brien wanted to become an air hostess and travel the world. She opted for an even higher calling but that doesn’t mean she missed out on a life of adventure, as JENNY BRINKWORTH discovered when she met the inspirational Daughters of Charity Sister last month.
Spending three months in Lourdes, France, helping young people to engage more with their faith is proving the perfect way for Oblate seminarian Joshua Nash to strengthen his commitment to God and his calling to become a priest.
Robert Britten-Jones - Born: June 9 1928 | Died: May 4 2019
Cathryn Vowles OP - Born: September 19 1935 | Died: May 17 2019
In the cut and thrust of heated political debate, SA Parliamentary Speaker Vincent Tarzia says he often has cause to draw on the Christian values he grew up with at home and at school.
After being born ‘on country’ and growing up in remote Northern Tasmania, Rulla Kelly-Mansell got a rude shock when he started attending a Catholic college in Launceston.
In the 2016 census about 2700 people in South Australia identified themselves as Tamil speakers. Although small in number, their linguistic and religious fervour is strong, writes Dr Aruna Manuelrayan, a founding member of the Adelaide Tamil Catholic Community (ATCC).
Frederic Moller - Born June 1 1934 | Died April 4 2019
Matthew Leo O’Reilly - Born November 24 1925 | Died April 21 2019