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  • Eagles' Ruckman Baptised

    As the West Coast Eagles unveil the club’s 2015 season catch-cry “The West is Ours”, attention for one player this past week was on higher matters than just the footy season. Eagles’ ruckman Scott Lycett was reported on Channel 7 News as joining “a bigger team” when he was baptised into the Christian community at Our Lady of the Mission Catholic Church in Whitford last weekend.

  • Pope blesses Perth's newest Pastoral Area

    A 400-strong crowd were present at the Banksia Grove Catholic Primary School recently as priest-in-charge Father Vinh Dong unveiled two foundational stones personally blessed by Pope Francis.

  • 2015 Rite of Election

    Archbishop Tim Costelloe SDB has presided over the liturgy of the Rite of Election of Catechumens and Formal Recognition of Candidates at St Mary’s Cathedral, Perth encouraging over 150 individuals to come towards Jesus with hearts full of gratitude.

  • Fresh Fire Ignited for Perth Youth

     At the first of six special evenings planned for young people in Perth, cricketing hero Jason Behrendorff made a special guest appearance encouraging those present at Ignite Youth Perth to follow God's plan and to trust in him.

  • Opening of St John Bosco College

    Archbishop Tim Costelloe has blessed and official opened the new, architecturally stunning St John Bosco College, in Piara Waters, Perth in the presence of students, teachers, parents and dignitaries.

  • 24-Hours for the Lord

    Pope Francis has again encouraged Catholics worldwide to spend 24-hours reflecting on the mercy of God. Archbishop Costelloe has taken up the challenge and compiled a suggested set of new mysteries for the Rosary - the Merciful Mysteries.

  • Archbishop to new priests “Bear fruit for His Kingdom”

    Every race, tongue and age-group filled St Mary's Cathedral in central Perth on Friday, 20 March to witness the ordinations to the priesthood of four young men