News & Views
CRA and members of Religious congregations across Australia reflect on current issues in our world and our Church.
Sister Bernadette Wallis mss has launched "The Silent Book", a tribute to her family and the disappearing Australian-Irish Sign Language, as well as to the broader deaf community and its families, reports Catholic Social Services Victoria.
Pope Francis has issued a series of new rulings for contemplative women religious dealing with formation, assets, prayer life, authority and autonomy.
The evidence from the case study into The Sisters of the Good Samaritan Mater Dei School was impressive, demonstrating how far the Catholic school system has come from the days when children were abused by deceitful and manipulative clerics and others, writes Francis Sullivan, CEO of the Truth, Justice and Healing Council.
Around 150 participants to the 2016 National Assembly of Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) were actively engaged in sessions on shaping an ecological mindset led by Brigidine Sister Anne Boyd and biblical scholar Sister Elaine Wainwright rsm in Leura NSW on 21-23 June.