Catholic bishops welcome religious discrimination bill

- 26 November 2021 0

Melbourne Archbishop Peter A Comensoli says the religious discrimination bill offers “a positive expression of religious freedom” that mark “progression towards parity with other anti-discrimination ... Read More

Catholics urged to pray for Myanmar

- 22 November 2021 0

Catholics in Australia are encouraged to join with other Christians in committing time on November 28 to pray for peace in Myanmar, where unrest and ... Read More

Increase Afghan intake, Archbishop Coleridge urges PM

- 20 August 2021 0

The Australian Government should provide at least 20,000 humanitarian places for Afghans in the wake of the Taliban takeover, Australian Catholic Bishop Conference president Archbishop ... Read More

Technology in place for first Plenary Council assembly

- 16 August 2021 0

Despite large parts of the country being in lockdown, those planning the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia say all is in readiness to deliver the ... Read More

Catholic Men’s Gathering prepares for launch

- 26 July 2021 0

Final preparations for the 2021 Australian Catholic Men’s Gathering are being made, with more than 400 participants registered for the event, which launches nationally on ... Read More

Australian Catholics urged to celebrate grandparents, older people

- 14 July 2021 0

  Catholic ministries are being encouraged to find creative ways to celebrate the inaugural World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, which will be commemorated ... Read More

New book examines Australian, international abuse inquiries

- 15 June 2021 1

Dr Virginia Miller has written a book on abuse inquiries in Australia, Ireland and the United States An Australian researcher says while the child sexual ... Read More