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Living Laudato Si’ at Christmas

How do we continue to seek ecological conversion during Christmas a time that can easily become about consumption and materialism. This reflection gives you ideas for how to have a Laudato Si’ Christm…

WATCH: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women Event

On 25 November, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference’s Office for Justice, Ecology and Peace worked with ACRATH, Jesuit Refugee Service and Small Steps 4 Hannah to provide an online worksh…

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New Information Sheet on COP 27 & COP 15

This week COP27 continues. It is the first of two crucial global meetings where world leaders will discuss and make agreements to combat climate change and rapid loss of biodiversity. The office has c…

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Migrant and Refugee Sunday

The 108th World Day of Migrants and Refugees will be held this Sunday, 25 September around the world. The theme for this year is “Building the future with migrants and refugees.” A kit has been develo…

A water colour image shows a line of diverse people silhouetted standing on the shore of a lake with the sunsetting in front of them. A line of a skyline is in orange across the sky.
World Day of Migrants and Refugees Resource Kit

Migrant and Refugee Sunday is on 25 September. The Australian Catholic Migrants and Refugee Office will release the resource kit for this year's celebrations on 15 August. The resources centre on thi…

Poster for Refugee Week with a light yellow background, picture of a young woman from Sudan in the bottom right corner smiling. The text in the middle of the image reads, "For those who've come from far and wide, we're happy you're safe, we're happy you're free, we're happy you're here. Refugee Week: 19-25 June 2022."
Refugee Week Resources

The Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office and the ACBC Office for Justice Ecology and Peace have created resources for Refugee Week. Made for parishes and schools, all are invited to the pray…