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Life and death full of influence

Edward Ekari

This is the homily of Marist Father Michael Carroll at the Memorial Mass for Edward Ekari on Thursday, January 30, at St Joseph’s Church, Murgon. Edward died in a car accident on January 20. WE all take our life for granted so when someone is suddenly taken from us it challenges our sense of permanence. The news of Edward being ... Read More »

Fr Virgil at the forefront during a time of change

FATHER Virgil Pender died on November 9, 2013, at the age of 85 years, 62 of which were spent in the priesthood. Fr Virg was born into a close-knit Catholic community in Ipswich on November 27, 1927, to solicitor Michael Pender and his wife Bridget. He was named after St Virgil on whose feast day he was born and was ... Read More »

60 years devoted to love

By Ben Stower A CHANCE meeting 60 years ago became the catalyst for creating everlasting love for Grovely couple Rodney and Marie Stower. The couple were married at St Stephen’s Cathedral in Brisbane on  November 28, 1953, and their same unconditional devotion for each other can still be seen today. “It’s been an eventful journey,” Mr Stower said. “Despite our ... Read More »

A pilgrim at peace with God


Jennifer (Jenny) Anne Moloney (nee Healy) Born:  September 27, 1939, Port Moresby, New Guinea Born to Eternal Life: November 13, 2013, Longreach AFTER  Jenny was born in Port Moresby, parents Michael James Joseph Healy and Mary (Molly) Josephine (nee McGrath), she was placed in a bathtub which sat in a canoe and floated down the Fly River to the family ... Read More »

Classroom Teachers – St Michael’s School, Palm Island – closes 18 Dec

CEO Townsville

Click here to download application Commencing Term 1, 2014 Exciting opportunities exist for experienced and committed Classroom Teachers at St Michael’s, a co-educational P – 7 school on Palm Island, 55km from Townsville. We are seeking teachers who have a current knowledge of the Australian Curriculum, are ICT competent and may have experience with Accelerated Literacy. This is a unique opportunity to join a ... Read More »

Fundraising & Development Manager

Influential role for a CFRE executive with degree + solid record of success Based Brisbane CBD. 6 figure package includes vehicle Recent change has created an opportunity for an exceptional and ambitious fundraising leader who is knowledgeable, proactive, visionary, a superb communicator. Managing a team of professionals, the new Manager will carry forward the momentum of recently implemented fundraising initiatives. ... Read More »

One of Brisbane’s ‘great priests’

Fr Jack Rosenskjar.

This is the homily of Fr Ray Kearney at the funeral Mass of Fr Jack Rosenskjar, Brisbane archdiocese’s oldest priest, at St Stephen’s Cathedral on October 22. IN this funeral liturgy we will pay our respects to Fr Jack Rosenskjar. We will hand him back to God and we will proclaim our faith. Like all of us, Jack Rosenskjar’s origin ... Read More »

A legacy of care and compassion

A legacy of care and compassion

ST JOHN the Baptist Primary School, Gladstone held a memorial service on September 10 for principal Paul Daglish who died after battling cancer. Mr Daglish was principal at the school for three years. Acting principal Jakki Graham spoke at the memorial service and highlighted Mr Daglish’s dedication to the school. “We were blessed to have Mr Daglish as both our ... Read More »

A man of faith, a man of vision

Bishop William Brennan

Bishop William Brennan 1938-2013     By Michael Costigan GIFTED with a sharp intellect and phenomenal memory, William John Brennan, fourth Bishop of Wagga Wagga (1983-2002), made a notable contribution to his Church at both national and diocesan levels. He was for 18 years one of the most articulate and active members of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference. As a young ... Read More »

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