In today’s increasingly digital world, the threat of cyberattacks and data breaches is a growing concern, with potential financial and reputational consequences.
With recent and prominent cyber-attacks, data breaches are becoming an increasing threat to all organisations and their people, and the impact of data breaches can be far reaching on an organisational and individual level.
The annual Clergy Recreation Day on Monday 1 May, was organised by CleRecWest and attended by more than 50 priests across the various sports. The day concluded with a shared evening meal at Keralee Tavern in Como which included an awards ceremony.
Hailing originally from Saigon, South Vietnam, Fr Minh Thuy is the middle child of five children to Nghiem Nguyen and Tuoi Nguyen (nee Nguyen).
With some 32 years’ experience across the Archdiocese of Perth, the Thornlie Parish Priest has last week been appointed the new Episcopal Vicar for Clergy.
Perth priest Fr Milton Arias was recently farewelled during a funeral service in his home Diocese of Valledupar, Columbia. Fr Milton passed away on 8 August 2022.
In an interview with The Record for his ordination to the priesthood in 2003, Fr Milton said he felt very privileged that God has called him.
Ordained 4 September 1984 by then Archbishop William Foley, Fr Francis Ly Van Ca will be remembered for his dedication to the Vietnamese Community, in addition to his numerous roles across the Archdiocese of Perth. He passed away 26 July 2022.
Redemptoris Mater seminarian Felipe Fernandez will tonight be ordained to the Order of Deacon by Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton, at St Mary’s Cathedral.
Hailing originally from Colombia, Felipe recalls in a special interview for The Record that it was during his rebellious teenage years that he experienced a moment of enlightenment, asking God to intervene.
Following the invitation for expressions of interest from Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB for men who are who are willing to discern whether the Permanent Diaconate may be God’s will for them, wife of Perth Permanent Deacon Mark Powell shares her experience.