On Sunday 26 September we commemorate World Migrant and Refugee Sunday, and celebrate the contributions of all new settlers, while never forgetting our First Nations peoples.
A commitment to peace requires us to look beyond our own interests to the good of all.
Suicide is an event whose effects reach out through a large network of relationships.
Child Protection Sunday on 12 September concludes Child Protection Week. The day invites us to ensure that the relationships within our Church express respect for children.
Our challenge for the Season of Creation 2021 is to truly listen to the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor.
Exploitation of people happens when we see others as ‘strangers’.
In a just world humanitarian would be another name for being human.
What and who matter to us so much that we would live happily in insecurity?
The story of St Ignatius continued after the foundation of the Society of Jesus until his death, and then his life with Christ.
The interest of St Benedict's Rule for modern readers lies in the encouragement it gives for navigating calmly through turbulent waters.
Among the resources provided by the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council (NATSICC) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Sunday on 4 July 2021 are some homily notes that discuss the First Nations peoples commitment, love, care and respect for ‘country’.
NAIDOC Week provides an opportunity for all Australians to join in celebrating the culture and aspirations and hopes of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders.