A teacher, pharmacist and architect are the Archdiocese’s newest seminarians to be called to the vocation of the priesthood.<br />
Growing up, Jim Whiting never had reason to be lonely or bored – he had seven brothers to play footy and cricket with in the backyard or they could head down to the beach at Somerton Park.
His career in investment banking has earned him millions, but Andrew Pridham AO continues to draw on the lessons learned at Rostrevor College. LINDY McNAMARA reports.
As debate rages over abortion, Juli Sharpe, executive officer of Genesis Pregnancy Support, speaks about her experience of helping women facing an unplanned pregnancy.
A thirst for more than just Guinness was evident when around 300 people packed into the Irish Club in Carrington Street recently for the launch of a new book on the Irish diaspora. JENNY BRINKWORTH reports.
Throughout the season of Lent, the Church offers us opportunities to re-engage with our faith and deepen our relationship with God and with one another. KATHY HORAN explores the different ways we can participate in the Lenten journey.
Fr James Michael Honner - Born: May 1 1936 | Died: January 16 2019
Jack Lynch - Born: January 29 1929 | Died: December 31 2018
For 40 years Don Campbell took to the skies as a pilot in general aviation, corporate and aeromedical operations. Today he has his sights set on ensuring the Knights of the Southern Cross continue to fly high and proud, as he begins a two-year term as State chairman.
From novice teacher at St Ignatius’ College, Athelstone, to parish priest of St Canice’s in Kings Cross and, most recently, founder of The Bridge community for ex-prisoners in Bathurst, Father Steve Sinn SJ has always had an eye for the outsider.
Last December the Dominican Sisters celebrated 150 years of ministry in Adelaide, Melbourne and Port Pirie Diocese. This is an edited version of the reflection given by SR BERNADETTE KILEY OP in the Cabra Chapel.