St Joseph’s Island
This very readable and extensively researched book gives an insight into a facet of the history of the Catholic Church in Tasmania as well as offering examples in the everyday life of the Sisters of a human courage that was reliant on trust in the Divine.
Mary MacKillop Unveiled
An extraordinary story of the 'bold' woman behind the veil, once outlawed by the church hierarchy and now held up by the same church as a model for others. Mary is indeed a model of courage and selflessness. Her egalitarian vision and penetrating social conscience have a special relevance for Australians of our own time.
Mary MacKillop: The Ground of Her Loving
This book delves more deeply into what inspired this great Australian, and her devotion to children and to the poor. It is moving to read the loving advice Mary gave to the Sisters, to recognise her lack of self importance, and her openness to whatever was to be.
Except in Obedience
In exploring the history of the two foundations in Ballarat, Victoria and bringing to life the characters who made the story, Except in Obedience draws together a series of complex events and intriguing personalities
Mary MacKillop Museum Gains Museum Accreditation
The Mary MacKillop Museum has gained Accreditation by the Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria (AMaGA Victoria)