Media Releases 2007
The Catholic Religious of Australia have paid tribute to this country's Indigenous peoples, thanking them for their resilience and for the richness their cultures bring to Australian life while promising continued efforts at reconciliation.
Civil unrest and the threat of natural disasters are more than enough reasons for Religious in Australia to explore ways in which they can be better neighbours to their brothers and sisters in East Timor and the Pacific nations.
Aboriginal Australians are in danger of being treated as spectators of their own future.Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) welcomes the recent concern of the Federal Government for children who are harmed by situations of substance abuse, family violence and sexual abuse.
Leaders of Religious Congregations have returned to their Australian homes much more aware of their Pacific and northern neighbours than they were when they gathered recently in Perth for the Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) 2007 Assembly.