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
Fr Michael Keogh SDB - Born: September 21 1926 | Died: March 22 2019
Hildegard Elisabeth Myszka - Born: March 1 1924 | Died: February 22 2019
When Rita Shepherd decided in 2008 to take a group of students from St Dominic’s Priory College to an orphanage in India to “broaden their perspective”, she had no idea what she was getting herself into.
With only two pipe organs being played in his home country of 45 million people, Ugandan priest Fr Denis Ssemuju was thrilled to try his hand on the beautiful Canadian Casavant Freres in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral recently.
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.