An early summer scorcher and technical difficulties did not deter some 400 people from attending Mass to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception at St Mary’s Cathedral last week.
The enthusiastic embrace of LifeLink Day by two Western Australian schools was recently acknowledged after they were presented with the 2015 Archbishop’s Spirit Award.
The Emmanuel Centre has this week celebrated the gift of a new workshop shed at their annual Christmas Party, with Emeritus Archbishop Barry Hickey blessing the structure in front of a large group of people with disabilities, staff members, volunteers, family and friends.
“The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see.”
Saint Padre Pio, St Teresa of Calcutta and St Mary of the Cross MacKillop made a rare appearance at St Brigid’s Catholic Church in Midland last month as CFC Kids for Christ held its first All Saints Day Parade.
Colourful dress, lively traditions and beautiful languages filled St Mary’s Cathedral on Friday, 11 November, as the Archdiocese of Perth celebrated its second annual Multicultural Mass.
Held for the first time last year, the Mass honours the rich cultural diversity within the Archdiocese, and the common faith which unites us as members of the Perth Catholic community.
Newly arrived Syrian family, the Al Gharbis, are a perfect example of the rich cultural diversity that exists in the Perth Catholic community.
God will be proclaimed to the world through acts of love, not powerful arguments, Vicar General Father Peter Whitely has told attendees at the recent Eucharist for Catechists at St Michael the Archangel Chapel in Leederville.