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100-year-old grandmother Hazel Yared’s been dealt a good hand in life

Hazel Yared

LIKE any serious Lebanese homemaker, Hazel Yared never fails to have a table of handmade delicacies ready for any stranger who walks through her door. The day she’s scheduled to have an interview with The Catholic Leader, her dining table is decorated with dainty Lebanese shortbread, walnut slices, almond-and-chocolate biscuits, ham-and-cheese sandwiches, and an endless offering of tea or coffee. ... Read More »

Sacred Heart doors always open in Rosalie

Sacred Heart Church

ROSALIE’S famous brick church that was nearly destroyed by a fire in 1942 turns 100 next week. Bishop Ken Howell will mark the centenary of Sacred Heart Church, Rosalie, with a Mass on June 16, the day before the grand Romanesque church turns 100. Long-time parishioner Anne Hampson has worshipped at the church for 62 years and in that time ... Read More »

Faithful returning home after following Christ in the streets of Brisbane

Corpus Christi 2018 crowd

WALKING behind Christ through the streets of Brisbane has reignited the faith of a Catholic family who drifted from the Church in recent years. John Monteath and his family were among an estimated 3500 to 4000 people who followed Christ in the Eucharist through the streets of Brisbane on the feast of Corpus Christi last Sunday. The Brisbane-based lawyer said ... Read More »

Father and son to re-enact life of Augustine and Adeodatus in Brisbane concert

Simon and Samson Hylands

REAL-life father and son Simon and Samson Hyland will portray one of the Church’s most inspiring and even surprising father-son relationships on stage in Brisbane next week. Mr Hyland, a Sydney-based teacher and father-of-three, will return to his home city of Brisbane with his 14-year-old son to take on the roles of St Augustine and his son Adeodatus, for a ... Read More »

95-year-old retired veteran becomes Catholic: ‘All my life I’ve been searching’

Stanley Everett

THEY say practice makes perfect, and the saying couldn’t be truer for Brisbane’s newest Catholic. British and Australian army veteran Stanley Everett turns 96 in July, and will spend the rest of his life practising the tenets of the Catholic faith after receiving the sacraments of baptism, confirmation and Holy Communion last week. “I’m feeling there’s still a lot to ... Read More »

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