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Cosgrove taking on major role

AUSTRALIAN Catholic University chancellor General Peter Cosgrove has resigned to take up a five-year term as Australia’s next governor general. General Cosgrove starts his appointment, as the Queen’s representative in Australia in March, replacing Quentin Bryce. The former Defence Force chief was appointed ACU chancellor of in November 2010. Pro-Chancellor Edward Excell will take over from the general until a ... Read More »

Honours for Catholics

Sr Pauline Coll

ELEVEN Queenslanders are among Catholics who have been given national recognition for their contributions to Australia in this year’s Australia Day honours list. Retired Brisbane priest Fr Wally Dethlefs is one of at least three Queensland Catholics appointed as Members of the Order of Australia. Fr Dethlefs was honoured for his significant service to youth and to the community of ... Read More »

Brisbane group to attend canonisation

Blessed Pope John XIII and Blessed John Paul II

BRISBANE Catholics will be leading an historic pilgrimage to Rome for the canonisation of Blessed John XXIII and Blessed John Paul II in April. Brisbane priest Fr Paul Chandler (pictured below) has been nominated as chaplain for the pilgrimage, co-ordinated by Brisbane man and former travel agent Trevor O’Rourke. The 10-day pilgrimage to Rome includes a walking tour in Assisi, ... Read More »

Serving at the table of the Lord

Gabriel Guillaume of St Mary’s Upper Coomera and Michael Greathead, Ryan Nicdao, David Greathead, and Brandon McMorrow from Banyo-Nundah parish enjoyed meeting new people and growing in their commitment to serving the Lord at the altar.

YOUNG altar servers from around the country gathered in Brisbane from January 15 to 18 for the 21st National Conference of the Guild of St Stephen. The guild is an association that encourages a high standard of serving at Mass and other Catholic liturgies, instructing and explaining the role of altar serving. More than 60 students from Years 7 to ... Read More »

Full of life

Tony and Eleanor Angwin with children Nathaniel and Arielle. Arielle will start school this week at Christ the King Primary School, Graceville.

ARIELLE Angwin loves painting, ballet, practising her writing and pretending to be characters from her favourite television shows. She can’t wait to walk through the gates of Christ the King Primary School, Graceville, for the first time this week. In the weeks leading up to her first school day, the joyful five-year-old woke up at 5am with her uniform on, ... Read More »

Holiday school Ignites worship for musicians

Promising guitarists learn how to play with reverence and skill during a music workshop at Ignite School of Music.

CATHOLIC high school student Sinead Cristaudo is confident she will connect her school peers at Good Counsel College, Innisfail, to God after attending the recent Ignite School of Music. Miss Cristaudo is liturgical captain at her school this year, and found inspiration from School of Music, a five-day program of hands-on training and formation in contemporary Catholic worship held in ... Read More »

Ipswich and district combining pastorally

CO-OPERATION is the buzz word for Fr Peter Dillon, Ipswich’s newest administrator for the Rosewood, Leichhardt, North Ipswich, and Ipswich parishes. Appointed to help Fr Dillon with the four parishes, which have responsibility for 11 churches, are newly ordained Fr Neville Yun, former Kingaroy parish priest Fr John Hong and Fr Joseph Liem, who has been with the parish since ... Read More »

Pope Francis makes time for Brisbane seminarians

Holy Spirit Provincial Seminary staff and seminarians meeting Pope Francis on December 23.

POPE Francis has committed to praying for Queensland after meeting with Holy Spirit Provincial Seminary staff and seminarians in December. Seminary rector Monsignor Tony Randazzo made a request to have 12 seminary students, two deacons, and three religious attend the Pope’s daily Mass, celebrated in the Holy Father’s private chapel at Casa Santa Marta. The seminary group was on pilgrimage ... Read More »

Conversion experience changes Michael’s life

Michael Jones

TWENTY-ONE years ago, Michael Jones walked away from the Catholic Church. The 37-year-old described this decision as a form of teenage rebellion. “I was a cradle Catholic, but as all 16-year-olds do, I rebelled,” Michael said. Michael didn’t set foot in a Catholic Church for another 10 years. In 2003, he met his now-wife, Judith, known affectionately as Jude, a ... Read More »

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