Fr Phil Medlin CSsR has been appointed to head up the new Mission and Pastoral Services unit within CatholicCare Social Services - Diocese of Parramatta.
The Minister for Mental Health and Ageing Mark Butler has reiterated the Gillard Government’s commitment to aged care reform while addressing the Catholic Health Australia’s Senior Executive Forum in Canberra today.
CathNews: The Catholic Church says the draft anti-discrimination laws fail by not recognising religious freedom is a fundamental human right, not a special permission to discriminate granted by government, reports The Canberra Times.
The Governor of New South Wales, Her Excellency Marie Bashir AC CVO, will officially open the Hawkesbury Clinical School of The University of Notre Dame Australia’s School of Medicine on Friday 25 February.
Marist Asylum Seeker Refugee Centre has hit out at Government plans to deport failed Afghan asylum seekers back to their homeland, Catholic Communications reports.
Year of Grace: Catholic Marriage, or the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, imparts a special sacramental grace to us. It is this grace that helps couples live loving and lifelong marriages.
When the curtain goes up on the international debut of the musical MACKILLOP next month, it will mark a special moment in time for one Parramatta family both on and off the stage.
The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society is revolutionising the way its staff teach ethics to Nursing and Medicine students, thanks to a research grant from the Mary Philippa Brazill Foundation.
In the face of the continuing problems of securing peace in the world, grassroots Christians from across the denominations are urgently calling for alternatives based on the nonviolent principles of Jesus.
New policy settings to discourage people smugglers and protect human life are urgently needed in the wake of the asylum seeker tragedy at Christmas Island, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.