Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton has given thanks for the priests and clergy, who while no longer in active ministry, continue to be engaged with the Perth Catholic community for whom they were ordained to serve.
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.
In a special obituary written by Fr Maurice Toop himself, Perth Catholics gain a special insight in the life of the Perth priest who will be remembered fondly for his dedication to the ministry to indigenous people and love for the many people to whom he ministered in Northbridge, Highgate, Maylands, Northam, Osborne Park and the Diocese of Geraldton. He passed away peacefully on 13 August 2022.
The ClerecWest Multi-Sports Day, which has been held for some 25 years, was this year held on Monday 2 May, and enabled clergy from across the Archdiocese the opportunity to choose between participating in one or two recreational games, including tennis, soccer, golf, badminton or ten-pin bowling.
The annual Clerec-West Multi-sports Day was held on Monday, 3 May, involving 12 golfers, 10 tennis players, and 12 ten-pin bowling priests donned sportswear on their day off from pastoral ministry.
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.