They are a long way from their country of birth and the culture that has shaped their lives, but for 20 Catholic Filipino families they are now proud to call the small country town of Bordertown ‘home’.
In National Vocations Awareness Week, Archbishop Philip Wilson talks about his calling to the priesthood as a young child and his journey to becoming a priest. He also discusses the support offered by the archdiocese for those thinking about the priesthood or Religious life.
On his World Day of Prayer for Vocations, Pope Francis has once again written inspiring and encouraging words.
Three young men professed their first vows as Passionists in a ceremony at the Monastery, Glen Osmond, during Mass on July 8.
Mary Cochrane knows all too well the loneliness and isolation associated with being in hospital.
Sr Mary Anne Holland OP – Born: May 10 1937 | Died: June 14 2017
As a student at St Aloysius College, Maddie Kelly was inspired by the work of Australian woman Gemma Sisia who established a school for poor children in Africa. Seven years later, Maddie is working alongside Gemma at the School of St Jude in the northern Tanzanian town of Arusha.
2017 Senior Australian of the Year, Sister Anne Gardiner AM of the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, urges Australians to listen to the voices of Aboriginal peoples as we celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Father Santiago Fernandes SFX is pleased that besides a trip to the Holy Land, his first journey outside his home of India has taken him to a place where his “inspiration” – St Francis Xavier – has a strong presence.
As the daughter of an Irish migrant, Aoife Wright remembers Friday nights at the Adelaide Irish Club where she would perform Irish dancing for “anyone who cared to watch”.
It’s just another regular Youth and Young Adults (YAYA) Mass for the 23 young people who make this special celebration happen at Blackwood parish but for their fellow parishioners the effect of these youth is anything but ordinary.