The artwork of Rockingham parishioner Gonzalo Skinner can be seen across the Archdiocese of Perth, with different styles ranging from stained glass, sandblasted glass, acrylic structures and sculptures.
Hailing originally from a small town in Peru, Gonzalo continues to draw inspiration from his mum, who showed him different techniques and styles from a young age.
In an exclusive interview with The Record, Prensentation Sister Emmanuel Crocetti PBVM expressed how entering religious life has blessed her abundantly.
“I had plenty of time to think about it after all my studies. After my dad’s death, I spent two years with mum in Bunbury housekeeping at the Cathedral Presbytery.
“I just had that ‘feeling’ that I wanted to become a Sister, like my sisters,” she joked
Redemptoris Mater Seminary’s Grzegorz Rapcewicz was Ordained to the Diaconate at St Mary’s Cathedral on 12 August by Auxiliary Bishop Donald Sproxton. Dcn Rapcewicz will continue to serve his ministry at Osborne Park Parish while awaiting the next step of his vocation – priesthood. By Matthew Lau.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Perth and Catholic Education Western Australia have last month gathered to jointly launch their respective Modern Slavery Statements.
An exhibition of photographs and objects belonging to Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is displayed at Poli Art Gallery, Rome, and online from 29 June to 22 December 2021.
Redemptorist Mater seminarian Grzegorz Rapcewicz has spent 10 years discerning his vocation and is now set to be ordained to the Diaconate, en route to priesthood, on 12 August at St Mary’s Cathedral.
An Oak Jubilee and a 100th birthday are just two of the remarkable achievements of Presentation Sister Evangelist Barrett PBVM, endearingly known by her carers at Nazareth House as “Sr Mary”.
David Anthony Barnao, Principal of David Barnao & Co (now Barnao Property), has last week been gifted an Apostolic Blessing for his decades of resolute services to the Church and wider community.
Perth Metropolitan and Peel Region entered a four-day lockdown from 29 June to 2 July (inclusive), with measures alleviated into three days of interim restrictions from 3 July to 5 July (inclusive).