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CFE and Aboriginal Catholic Ministry walking together towards reconciliation

By Marco Ceccarelli • March 16th, 2017

The Archdiocese of Perth’s Centre for Faith Enrichment (CFE) and Aboriginal Catholic Ministry (ACM) will be joining forces on Saturday, 25 March to host the first of five events focusing on Aboriginal Catholic awareness within our Archdiocese. Entitled Our Relationship Together, the workshop is designed to help the Catholic faith community to engage in meaningful more

Prayer is the light of the soul – Saint John Chrysostom

By Marco Ceccarelli • March 16th, 2017

As the third week of Lent approaches, perhaps we have felt a growing desire within us to engage in prayer and communicate more deeply with God. With the intention of helping us enter into Lent, on the Friday after Ash Wednesday the Office of Readings offered us a homily by St John Chrysostom which uncovered the more

Captivating courses to enrich your Parish’s Lenten Journey

By Marco Ceccarelli • February 14th, 2017

The Centre for Faith Enrichment, the adult faith formation agency of the Archdiocese of Perth, is currently offering a number of courses oriented towards the theme of Lent. Two such courses are Online courses and may perhaps serve as initiatives which your parish could promote, or as enriching elements to your Lenten program. The two more

A New Director for the CFE!

By Michelle • December 21st, 2016
A New Director for the CFE!

From January 2017, Dr Marco Ceccarelli will be replacing Dr Michelle Jones as the Director of the Centre for Faith Enrichment. The CFE Team warmly welcomes Marco on board! For those who can’t wait for the new year to get to know Marco, here is some brief information about him! With a passion for adult faith more

What Makes Pope Francis Tick?

By Michelle • November 7th, 2016

Many of us are very busy, so a spare 47 minutes and 54 seconds can be hard to come by. However, if you can scrounge the minutes and seconds together, you won’t regret spending them watching this engaging, inspiring and thought-provoking lecture delivered at the Oblate School of Theology by Dr Richard Gaillardetz, professor of more