Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB last week spoke with 6PR Radio host Liam Barlett answering several questions about the Catholic community and the various challenges posed by the pandemic over the past two years. By Amanda Murthy.
Some 200 people gathered at St Mary’s Cathedral on Saturday morning, March 20, to celebrate the International Day of the Unborn Child with Auxiliary Bishop Donald Sproxton – an opportunity for parents who have experienced the death of a child, either through abortion, miscarriage or SIDS, to come a little closer to terms with their grief and loss. By Eric Martin.
Iona Presentation College’s Dean of Mission and Catholic Identity Gemma Thomson, delivered a presentation on 25 March titled “Towards Plenary 2021 – Discovering a Christ-centred Church that is Humble, Healing and Merciful” at Newman Siena Centre. By Matthew Lau.
The death and resurrection of Jesus allows us to experience how God continues to work in the world and just as importantly in us., said Broome Administrator Monsignor Boyers in his Easter message.
Ahead of Lent, the faithful gathered at Saint Mary’s Cathedral on 16 February for an evening of prayer and healing of mind, body and spirit. Catholic evangelist Alan Ames shared his experiences and led a healing talk while encouraging those present to ‘open their hearts to Jesus.’
What happens when a six-year-old boy is abandoned by his family and left to raise himself on the streets? Mully isn’t your ordinary rags-to-riches tale; it’s the true story of Charles Mully, whose unlikely stratospheric rise to wealth and power leaves him questioning his existence, searching for meaning in life.