With 120 parishioners unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist, the Glenelg parish has developed a comprehensive ministry of the sick and housebound program.
Having already delivered small wooden holding crosses to more than 700 people, the Plympton and Glenelg parishes’ men’s shed is set to get even bigger in 2019.
When St Mary’s Catholic Church in Bordertown was officially opened and blessed by Archbishop Matthew Beovich on August 22 1969, it came as a great relief to parishioners.
Students at Bordertown High School learnt about ethical fashion and workers’ rights at a seminar conducted by the Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (COYYA) this month.
In the continuing series on the various programs of the Adelaide Archdiocese, we talk to students and staff of the Ministry Formation Program.
Rostrevor old scholar Patrick Shanahan is gearing up to ride more than 2000km from Scotland to Wales next month as part of an effort to raise funds for charity.