While Year 12 exams can be stressful at the best of times, Cardijn College’s John Saukuru reveals he managed to find “peace” in all the madness by drawing strength from his Catholic faith.
Weekday Mass followed by a cuppa and a good old natter is providing the perfect way for parishioners at Seacombe Gardens to provide a warm sense of welcome and outreach to all members of the community.
St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral will ‘go red’ on November 20 as a show of support for Christians being persecuted around the world.
More than 100 people gathered on Sunday October 27 to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the first St Michael's Church built in Clare in 1849.
An impressive new mural brightening two city streets has ‘come to life’ through innovative technology launched last week that showcases the creative skills of local Catholic school students.
Nervousness, happiness and a sense of joy were just some of the emotions experienced by Olek Stirrat and Anthony Beltrame as they declared their intention to join the priesthood on September 29.
He’s walked alongside the Maasai people in Kenya and now the Archdiocese’s newest international priest is looking forward to getting in step with the people of South Australia.