Tim O’Callaghan, deputy managing partner of legal firm Piper Alderman and head of its Adelaide office, has been appointed the new chair of the Hutt St Centre Board.
Gratitude was the overwhelming feeling at the farewell Mass for St Teresa’s School Brighton as the community reflected on 104 years of Catholic education established by the Sisters of Mercy from Broken Hill.
The 64th year of continuous devotion to La Madonna di Montevergine in Adelaide was celebrated by more than 8000 people on the last Sunday in September.
South Australian Catholics have been warned that a proposed bill to decriminalise prostitution would increase the opportunity for further exploitation and trafficking of women.
The Plenary Council, which kicks off in Adelaide next year, is a “remarkable event” which has significance for the whole Church, not just Catholics in Australia, says Archbishop Mark Coleridge.
Ian Cox might have left the Hutt St Centre but he hasn’t stepped away from his deep commitment to serving the homeless in Adelaide.