The Morrison Government's schools funding fix is a step in the right direction for needs-based funding, writes Glenn Savage. Source: ABC News.
Australian charitable recycling organisations are spending a staggering $13 million per year sending unusable donations to landfill. Source: ABC News.
An Adelaide Catholic school principal has won a $45,000 grant for his progressive education strategies. Source: The Advertiser.
Pope Francis opened the Church's youth Synod by urging participants to take their lead from younger generations and to avoid “falling into moralistic or elitist postures”. Source: The Tablet.
An Indian bishop accused of raping a nun was denied bail yesterday by the Kerala High Court. Source: Crux.
The words "rest", "relax", and "day off" don’t feature in the lives of Sisters Anastasia and Gertrudis, two East Timorese Alma Nuns, writes Paulie Stewart. Source: Australian Jesuits.
Young people won't need to travel to Panama for a World Youth Day experience next year, with Adelaide Archdiocese hosting a local celebration.
A new 54-bed inpatient mental health unit has opened at Werribee Mercy Hospital in Melbourne’s west to care for the region’s most vulnerable mental health patients. Source: Melbourne Catholic.
Catholic Religious Australia has issued a statement of support for faith leaders and refugee advocates who are campaigning for more humane asylum policies.
Funding analysis prepared for the NSW Teachers Federation shows the state Government has been underfunding its own government schools, Catholic Schools NSW said today.
To strengthen young people in the faith, the Synod of Bishops will need to listen, interpret what they hear in the light of the Gospel and make decisions that lead to the Church’s renewal, a Brazilian cardinal has said. Source: CNS.
Catholic leaders have joined refugee advocates and other faith representatives in a campaign in the New South Wales electorate of Wentworth calling for more humane asylum policies. Source: The Guardian.
Christians have guardian angels to encourage and guide them so they won’t become sluggish on their journey in life, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: Crux.
“Drive-In, Sleep-In” is a new community event that focuses on those whose only option is to sleep in their car. Source: The eRecord.
CatholicCare Wilcannia-Forbes in New South Wales has secured a $25,000 grant to support women experiencing family violence and homelessness.
Pope Francis’ call “to care for our common home” is a message that resonates daily with South Australian education and sustainability consultant Alice Dunlop. Source: The Southern Cross.
Regardless of previous discussions about Indigenous constitutional recognition, we all need to accept that the 2017 Uluru Statement from the Heart is the new starting point, writes Fr Frank Brennan SJ. Source: Eureka Street.
The fastest-growing vocation in the Church in Australia has a new national coordinator. Source: ACBC Media Blog.