A priestless town – Anakie not anarchy

Anne Hatte, 28 October 2022 “If I don’t go to them, they will never know who Jesus is, or that they are loved by God.” So Anne Hatte witnesses in her tiny, struggling community, as she hopes to leave a legacy for the next generations. Anne lives with her husband on a farm in Anakie,Continue reading “A priestless town – Anakie not anarchy”

Patricia Smith – Voices to be Heard

Patricia Smith, 14 October 2021 Patricia Smith, who lives in Sydney on Darug and Guringai country, describes herself simply as a Catholic from birth with a deep love of the Eucharist. She sees herself primarily as a homemaker, a writer and a musician. Liturgical music is her way of serving her community, as a choirContinue reading “Patricia Smith – Voices to be Heard”