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News & Views

CRA and members of Religious congregations across Australia reflect on current issues in our world and our Church.

Thursday, 27 July 2017 11:04

Palms Australia seeks volunteers for 2018

palms01 150Many communities less fortunate than ours are looking for mentors to assist transform the lives and the futures of their people. Catholic Bishops and congregations in countries such as Papua New Guinea and Timor Leste are asking our assistance to strengthen the capacity of their dioceses, schools, clinics and other organisations. As a Catholic Mission and Development agency Palms Australia has been recruiting Australian Catholics to meet the request of communities in various countries for over 56 years.

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 20:32

The Lasallian Global Women's Symposium 2017

de la salle womenWith 56% of the world's Lasallians being female partners, the importance of women to the De La Salle mission was celebrated in the Lasallian Global Women's Symposium 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand in mid July.

LCM leadership 2017 smFour Australian Sisters of the Little Company of Mary (LCM) were elected to key leadership positions with Sr Bernadette Fitzgerald lcm as Congregational Leader. 

Monday, 10 July 2017 22:19

How will we be prophetic?

Sr Ruth Durick osu 2017 webThe call to be be prophetic is to recognise the spaces which are opening up in the darkness, to step into that space and to respond with healing and love, writes CRA President Sister Ruth Durick osu.

Sr Anne Gardiner olshOur identity as humans is in who we are, not what we are. Who we are is only possible through our spoken languages and our lived cultures, writes Sister Anne Gardiner olsh for Aurora magazine for NIDOC Week.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 22:23

A prophetic life disturbs and transforms

Sr Mary Sujita snd and Fr Chris Monaghan cp 150Sister of Notre Dame Mary Sujita snd urged participants at the 2017 Catholic Religious Australia National Assembly to be ‘foot-washer leaders’ and reclaim the ‘prophetic sting’ that bears witness to God’s justice and compassion, writes Giselle Lapitan.

Fr William Matthews sdbSalesian Father William Matthews, a Myanmar-born priest who migrated to Australia at the age of 23 has been elected the new Salesian Provincial of Australia-Pacific, according to Don Bosco Now, the news blog for the Salesians in Australia and the Pacific.

flowers apologyThe Provincial of the Vincentians, Fr Gregory Brett cm, formally apologises to victims of sex abuse at St Stanislaus Boarding School, Australia's oldest Catholic boys' boarding school ran by the Vincentians.

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