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Netball ‘taking off’ in Queensland with 60 schools competing in QISSN carnival

Netball carnival

NETBALL is fast growing into Queensland’s premier women’s sport with more than 700 girls turning up for the toughest competition among secondary schools. The 2017 Queensland Independent Schools Netball carnival, this year hosted by Mt Alvernia College, Kedron, between June 25 and June 30, saw netball teams from 60 secondary schools across Queensland compete for the “hotly contested” grand finals ... Read More »

Buranda community gathers for first Mass at St Luke’s in 30 months

Mass at St Luke's Church Buranda

RENOVATIONS on one of Brisbane’s iconic Spanish mission-style churches, St Luke’s Church, Buranda, are finally complete after a 30-month closure. The Catholic community at Buranda held its first Mass inside the newly renovated church on June 18, the first in nearly three years. The church officially closed for renovations on December 28, 2014, and Sunday Masses were relocated to the ... Read More »

Adoration inspiring students and teachers of Brisbane Catholic school to pray more

Eucharistic adoration at St Finbarr's

EUCHARISTIC adoration is reconnecting students and staff of a Brisbane Catholic school to the true purpose and meaning of Catholic education. Students and staff at St Finbarr’s Primary School, Ashgrove, completed a second year of 24-hour Adoration after receiving many beautiful responses from children who experienced the program last year. Adore for 24 takes children out of the classroom to ... Read More »

Archbishop Coleridge says perpetual adoration ‘no waste of time’

Archbishop Coleridge in adoration

DECIDING the future of the Catholic Church in Australia will only be possible if the devotion to perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament increases, Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge said. Archbishop Coleridge made his comments during a visit to adorers who have prayed almost non-stop for eight years before the Blessed Sacrament inside the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration Chapel at Villa ... Read More »

Emergency need up 30 per cent for volunteers of local Vinnies conference

Vinnies Red Hill

SOMEWHERE in Anthony Sullivan’s neighbourhood is a child without a pair of shoes, a mother desperate to pay the bills, and an ex-prisoner with no food and no place to call home. A member of the St Vincent de Paul Society’s Rosalie/Red Hill conference and Jubilee parishioner, Mr Sullivan has seen first-hand the poverty some Australians face, and many of ... Read More »

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