Catholic Communications reports on NAIDOC Week 2011's celebration of achievements achievements and contribution to Australia.
Caritas Australia has welcomed the Australian Government’s commitment to deliver real results for the world’s poor, as Kevin Rudd delivered Cabinet’s response to the Independent Review of Australia’s aid program.
A letter from the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference on the independence of South Sudan.
The upcoming opening of the Mary MacKillop School for Girls in South Sudan will realise the vision of CatholicCare Social Services - Diocese of Parramatta New Arrivals Program Family Support Worker Jonathon Ngor.
Archdiocese of Sydney Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Executive Officer Graeme Mundine shares a NAIDOC Week reflection with Mary MacKillop E-News.
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has voiced its support for a National Disability Insurance Scheme proposed in a draft report from the Productivity Commission.
Catholic Mission says Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday provides an opportunity to reflect on the journey so far towards reconciliation.
In his latest CathBlog, Diocese of Parramatta Social Justice Co-ordinator Evan Ellis says the holding of three Indonesian boys as alleged people smugglers in a high-security jail uncovers an 'ugly nexus' in contemporary Australia.
Josephite Community Aid Co-ordinator Adrian Thompson recently shared a young volunteer's reflection a weekend away for refugee and asylum seeker families with Mary MacKillop E-News.
It was a gathering of sharing, reflection and inspiration when 120 religious leaders met in Brisbane from 22-24 June for Catholic Religious Australia’s annual National Assembly.