If you happen to be driving around Broadview on bin night, don’t expect to see Margaret Galdies putting out her rubbish.
One doctor and one nurse with the same name whose lives have crossed two continents and two centuries – it’s a story of two Australian women who responded to God’s call.
Whether it was helping street kids in the Philippines, holding the hands of dying homeless men in Melbourne or teaching students in Adelaide how to play Aussie Rules footy, Fr Stan Lim SJ says in his 50 years of ministry he has always felt he was “where I was meant to be”.
A mix up over the bookings for a parish hall was the catalyst for Brad Hocking joining the local Vinnies conference in his mid-20s.
Sr Carmel O’Reilly OP - Born: January 16 1937 | Died: September 24 2020
As Master of Ceremonies at some of the biggest events in the life of the Adelaide Archdiocese over the past few decades, Fr Maurice Shinnick is no stranger to the limelight.
With experience restoring majestic cathedrals and churches in Europe and Australia, Christian Frenzel’s specialist skills are in high demand, however he worries about who will continue to look after these centuries-old buildings in the future.
At 85, Bob Korotcoff OAM has no plans to slow down and is living proof that one is never too old to serve the community.
Raised in a staunch Catholic family at Semaphore, Fr Peter Sheedy believes his call to the priesthood came early in life, when he started serving as an altar boy at Sacred Heart Church.
A family history book about the McKillops of Buddah, a town in the Central West of New South Wales, has helped John Cameron to establish his ancestors’ links to Australia’s first Saint, Mary MacKillop.
Becoming a Catholic in 1992, Jim Birch AM believes the only time his faith has been truly tested was when he was in the head job at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH).