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“The signs of the times are clear – we know that we human beings need a change of heart, mind, and behaviour.”
Australian Bishops Social Justice Statement 2021-22.

Laudato Si’ Week is a celebration of Pope Francis’ encyclical responding to God’s call to care for our common home. Join us from 16-24 May to pray, reflect and act for God’s creation.

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Feast of St Joseph the Worker 2022

The first of May is the Feast of St Joseph the Worker and the ACBC Bishops Commission for Social Justice, Mission and Service is highlighting the growing trend of people needing to work multiple jobs …

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Bishops Call for a Better Kind of Politics

The Australian Catholic Bishops have released a new election resource highlighting key issues for consideration this election. The guide doesn’t assign ratings to candidates or parties, but rather giv…

Laudato Si' Week 16-24 May
Laudato Si’ Week Australia: 16 – 24 May 2022 

Why are the dates for the celebration of Laudato Si’ Week in Australia (16-24 May) different from those on the international Laudato Si’ Week website? These dates allow both Laudato Si’ Week, and Nati…

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Federal Budget Reactions

The Federal Budget was delivered in recent weeks and many Catholic organisations have issued a response from their perspective. While there have been some welcomed initiatives, aged care and health ca…

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Steady State Economy Workshop

The Centre for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (NSW) is running an online workshop on “Whether the economy can serve the community’s needs” – Examination of perspectives and solutions with…

Yellow background with the text, "Be Brave. Make change. National Reconciliation Week, May 27 - 3 June.
Reconciliation Week:

Reconciliation week is approaching and the theme for this year is, “Be Brave. Make Change”. The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council has helped many Dioceses and Catholic ag…