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Parables of mercy provide fitting framework for 2016 Parish Secretaries’ Reflection Day
The parables of mercy present in the Gospel of Luke, whose feast coincided with this year’s Archdiocese of Perth Parish Secretaries’ Retreat, provided a perfect framework for a day in which the role of the parish secretary and the meaning of mercy took centre stage.
PADRE PIO RELICS 2016 Perth Catholics gather by thousands to venerate ‘saint of mercy’
St Mary’s Cathedral has this week been filled to capacity by hundreds of people who came to venerate the relics of Italian Saint Pio of Pietrelcina – also known as Padre Pio.
Second Rite of Reconciliation offers reflection on the importance of mercy, forgiveness and justice
A celebration of the Second Rite of Reconciliation will next month offer people the opportunity to re-engage with this sacrament and reflect on the benefits of reconciliation and forgiveness in the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
2016 MULTICULTURAL MASS: Syrian family feels right at home in Perth
Newly arrived Syrian family, the Al Gharbis, are a perfect example of the rich cultural diversity that exists in the Perth Catholic community.
2016 RCIA Conference - International presenter places mercy in the spotlight
If Pope Francis were to suddenly walk into this room, what questions on the Jubilee Year of Mercy would you ask him?