Grace and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. (Rom 1:7)
To all Deacons and those who want to learn about us welcome.
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A full report on the conference, which was held on 8 to 11 October 2015, is currently available as a download in the conference page.
This conference will be held on Thursday 23 March to Sunday 26 March 2017.
HOW TO REGISTER:
To help with planning please register your interest at https://www.trybooking.com/199213
This registration is not a commitment but will allow the organisers to plan for the conference.
Further information Contact:
Rev Deacon Michael Hangan,
Archdiocese of Hobart,
GPO Box 62, Hobart TAS 7009,
Mobile: 0407 533 925,
This website is created for and by Catholic deacons in Australia. We hope to reflect in these pages the diaconate in the Latin Church as well as in the Eastern and Oriental Catholic Churches. If you are a deacon we hope that you find in these pages articles that support your ongoing formation and stimulate your thinking about ministry. We hope too, that you will pick up some interesting news from Australia and around the world, as well as sharing news with other deacons. To contact the web Adminstrator
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In this section a number of deacons have written profiles about themselves. They share with us a little bit of their life story, their journey towards ordination and something of their ministry.
In time we hope to be able to have a profile of every Catholic deacon in Australia. Meeting deacons and learning about who they are reveals a diverse picture of the diaconate in Australia. To send profiles
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