Author: Rosie Hoban

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    Waiting for the Messiah

    Rosie Hoban. 10 November 2018

    A community comes together to perform a Nativity play.

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    In the Lord's vineyard

    Rosie Hoban. 01 December 2017

    Jesuit winemaker Brother John May SJ has retired after more than 50 years at Sevenhill in South Australia. He is now living in Sydney, but there's a place there for him to make one final return to his home of so many years.

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    Healing the soul with music therapy

    Rosie Hoban

    Faith has played a part in most steps of Emma O'Brien's wonderful career and important life decisions; her own faith in the power of music to connect with people, the faith of people around her and the faith people place in her.

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    Bridging faiths

    Rosie Hoban

    Sister Cheryl Camp rsm has never shied away from a challenge. Like many Sisters of Mercy through the decades she has packed up and gone where ever she was needed, no matter how remote, or foreign, the place may be

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    A search for hope amidst grief

    Rosie Hoban

    After 27 years in the funeral business, Patsy Healy has come to the fierce belief that death is not the end, but the beginning. She knows how much life and energy goes into dying. She felt grief's raw and brutal touch when she delivered a stillborn daughter many years ago. She's journeyed with hundreds, maybe thousands, of families as they prepare to bury their loved one.

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    A wide-ranging talent

    Rosie Hoban. 10 March 2017

    Artist Martin Tighe is not much into self-promotion, happy to let his art do the talking. And there’s much to be said about his work, particularly his portraits and his most recent exhibition of bread paintings, which he calls religious icons

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    Mass for the fallen

    Rosie Hoban. 10 March 2017

    Most of us know composer Christopher Willcock. We may not be on speaking terms, but if you have been to Mass in the past three decades you are probably on singing terms with him

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    Singing the journey

    Rosie Hoban. 10 March 2017

    Merlyn Quaife started walking and didn’t stop for thirty-six days. She found a sense of peace and healing along the 800 kilometres of road stretching from France to Santiago in Spain and in small, often isolated places of worship in villages along the way. 

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    A spiritual 'HOME'

    Rosie Hoban. 09 March 2017

    Fr Peter Day doesn’t mind taking on unpopular causes. His writings attest to his willingness to challenge anyone, including church leaders, when he thinks truth is in jeopardy.

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