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Week 3

  • St Thomas Parish prepares for Christmas

    An evening of biblical readings, soul-stirring musical renditions and awe-inspiring images from the Fall to the Birth of Our Saviour…

  • Mercy Health’s dedicated staff are ‘unsung heroes’

    Carramar resident and enrolled nurse Lee-Anne Broadbent is just one of the dedicated care staff who will forfeit Christmas day with her four daughters and extended family to help care for the dozens of residents at local aged care home Mercy in Edgewater.

  • Noongar Elder: Building bridges for the ‘Big Man in the Sky’

    As Noongar Elder, Marie Taylor descends from a long line of storytellers and, after spending several hours with this passionate and jovial woman, it becomes very apparent that she, too, has inherited this family gift.

  • Catholic Homes farewells Chairman

     Catholic Homes Incorporated (Catholic Homes) Chairman and long-standing board member Kevin Edwards has last month announced his retirement at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting.

  • Archbishop Costelloe opens Holy Door for Jubilee Year

    It is God's mercy which saves us, lifts us up, and enables us to grow more and more into the people He is calling us to be, said Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe last weekend, in celebrating the opening of the Holy Door at St Mary’s Cathedral to mark the start of the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

  • Gift of inclusion for people with disabilities prioritised

    It was not surprising to see curious passers-by lured to the entrance of the Cathedral’s St Francis Xavier Church on 7 December, as Christmas melodies coming from the building resounded throughout East Perth’s Windsor Street.

  • Notre Dame graduates called to transform communities

    More than 1,000 graduates of The University of Notre Dame Australia were last week called to display mercy, large-heartedness, generosity and faith as they farewelled the Fremantle Campus and commenced their journey as instruments of change in their communities.

  • Identitywa and Personal Advocacy Services hosts Christmas event

    The true spirit of Christmas and the importance of sharing as a community was last week celebrated by more than 400 people who attended the Identitywa and Personal Advocacy Services (PAS) End of Year Eucharist and Christmas Party.