Light on his feet and more than capable of carrying large, heavy crosses into the Cathedral, Leo Vandenberg is proving age is no barrier when it comes to serving God.
The influence of its namesake saint was evident everywhere when St Francis School at Lockleys welcomed members of the Diocesan Visitation Team.
With many of the nation’s farming communities currently crippled by drought, St Joseph’s School, Murray Bridge, encouraged students to come ‘Dressed as a Farmer’ on the last day of Term 3.
Representatives from a dozen different faith communities gathered in Adelaide on October 7 to pledge their commitment to taking action on climate change.
The universal appeal of much-loved Italian saint Padre Pio was evident when large crowds of Catholics from many different cultures attended Masses and venerated his relics this month.
Building strong communities and keeping children safe was the focus of Child Protection Sunday celebrations held in parishes throughout the Archdiocese on September 9.
The Blackwood parish is casting the net far and wide to hear what local community members think the Catholic Church in Australia should look like in the future.