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Messages of condolence for Archbishop Wilson

Messages of condolence came from far and wide following the death of Archbishop Philip Wilson, and memorial services were held in Wollongong, NSW, Brooklyn, USA, and Grodziec, Poland. Below are a few of the tributes written by people from all walks of life.

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Young Indian worshippers received a blessing at the end of the recent feast of St Thomas Mass. Pictured with Fr Adimai (third from left) and Fr Joseph Wala Raja are, from left, front – Abbigail, Carissa and Edel; back – Rachael, Pooja, Jadsiya and Bianca.
News

Growing Indian community celebrates

The feast of St Thomas the Apostle was cause for double celebration last month following the appointment of Father Anthoni Adimai SdM as the first Indian priest to take on the role of administrator of the Adelaide Cathedral parish.

Opinion

Many voices, one prayer

Early in June we celebrated the feast of Pentecost, often referred to as the ‘birthday of the Church’, when Peter and the other apostles presented the Good News of Christ to the Jerusalem crowds who heard them speaking in their own language. So we could say that, right from the beginning, the character of the Church has been multicultural!

Schools

Harmony Day

Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese held various events and activities to celebrate Harmony Day in March.