Recall that more than 200,000 people joined discussion groups in preparation for the Plenary Council, and from these groups came 17,000 suggested items for consideration.
Echoing the thoughts of so many people in Adelaide, Bishop Greg O'Kelly SJ extends the warmest of welcomes to Archbishop Patrick O’Regan as he "comes into our midst".
We’re facing an Easter like no other. The deprivation of the Eucharist and closure of our churches is something which is quite unheard of by we Catholics even since convict times.
With State Parliament deferring debate on the Pregnancy Termination Bill until February 16, this Saturday's Walk for Life rally in Pennington Gardens on Saturday at 10am is expected to send a strong message to Lower House MPs about protecting the unborn. The address given by Bishop Greg O'Kelly SJ at last year's rally is provided below.
We know the comment that someone’s dreams turned to ashes. It happened in our State earlier this year: more than 80 homes destroyed on Kangaroo Island; more than 60 in the Adelaide Hills.
Some years ago I led a group of parishioners on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, a place of life-changing opportunities.