- Feb 2019 '1914th
The time to have your say on the future of the Australian Catholic Church is right now. We urge you to have your say on how the Catholic Church can better reflect and embody the values of a contemporary Australia. Please note submissions to the Plenary Council close nationally on March 6, 2019. “A church…
- Jan 2019 '192nd
Over the Christmas season, we welcomed the Lights of Christmas at the Cathedral of St Stephen. Here are some small snippets of the show.
- Jan 2019 '191st
Our homilists are very generous with their time and we do thank them for another great year. Here’s a peek behind the scenes at some of the few grains of sand and grit which allow them to make pearls of wisdom.
- Dec 2018 '1821st
When someone has lived a good while and can say with all sincerity “All my memories are loving and wonderful” it’s a sign of either a life well lived or a great and generous heart. In Sr Angela Mary Doyle we have both. Thanks to Donna Lynch for sharing with us some insight into this…
- Dec 2018 '1815th
“It was just 12 months ago today, with the release of the Final Report of the McClellan Royal Commission onto public record, that victims voices and stories were no longer silenced.”
- Dec 2018 '186th
A few suburbs from where he grew up, Fr Bryan Roe stands on soil that will become home to some young Queenslanders in desperate need. Fr Bryan knows their plight – he was once a teenage tennis star on the path to a famous professional career. Within 24 hours, he was paralysed and in need…
- Nov 2018 '1816th
Ralph Devlin has led a remarkable life. He sits down with Donna Lynch to talk about life, faith and plenty more …
- Nov 2018 '1815th
HISTORIC St Stephen’s Cathedral is set to become the new centrepiece of Christmas celebrations in Brisbane, with a free light and sound spectacular each night from December 12-24. People of all ages are expected to gather on the grassed courtyard outside the cathedral to witness “Lights of Christmas”, a visually exciting multi-media show projected onto…
- Nov 2018 '1814th
By Brother Damien Price I WAS out walking the other day and a jacaranda flower falling from a tree beside Schultz Canal got me thinking. Over the coming days thousands of wonderful young men and women will graduate from Catholic schools all across our land. What could our fragile faith community say to them and…
- Oct 2018 '1820th
A new shrine has been dedicated in The Cathedral of St Stephen for all victims and survivors of sexual abuse.
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