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Week 2

  • Midwife works to support parents of stillborn babies

    In a bid to provide greater support for these families, St John of God Mt Lawley midwife Kristy Wiegele is on a fundraising mission to provide a ‘Cold Cuddle Cot’ for every hospital in Western Australia.

  • Archdiocese of Perth launches world-first Safeguarding Project

    “Child sexual abuse is a terrible problem, and it simply has to be dealt with. We cannot sit back and do nothing,” said Archbishop Costelloe at the official launch in St Mary’s Cathedral last weekend of the Archdiocese of Perth’s Safeguarding Project.

  • Secular Franciscans celebrate new members in the Goldfields

    There was a sense of great excitement when eight members of the Perth and Balcatta Secular Franciscan Order last month travelled to Kalgoorlie to join local parishioners to witness the profession of seven new members into the Perth Secular Franciscan Fraternity.

  • Notre Dame award to further important research in DCD

    Award-winning Research and Biostatistics Support Officer Dr Paola Chivers, from The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Institute for Health Research, has received a $5,000 grant to further her research and engage with international experts in Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD).

  • MercyCare opens new offices to better serve disadvantaged

    The future as one of WA’s leading Catholic providers of aged care, family, health and community services has never looked brighter as the new MercyCare central office in West Perth was declared open by Premier Colin Barnett on Wednesday, 1 July 2015.

  • The Shopfront offers helping hand to those most in need

    This week eRecord Editor Jamie O’Brien speaks with Rosario Murace, a 36-year old Maylands resident who, thanks to the assistance and support of The Shopfront, has been able to get his life back on track, following a series of unfortunate events.

  • Support fuels Fr Geoff’s passion for the Gospel

    With some 50 years of priesthood now under his belt, Baldivis parish priest Father Geoff Aldous, with more than 300 family and friends in attendance, had every reason to celebrate last weekend at Mother Teresa Catholic Primary School Hall.