24 March 2017 The Light is ON Take time out this Lent to renew your faith 23 March 2017 Celebrating Harmony Day at St Patrick's, Asquith On Tuesday 21 March, the children of St Patrick’s Catholic School at Asquith celebrated Harmony Day. 22 March 2017 Group of palliative care practitioners speak out against euthanasia & assisted suicide More than 30 of Australia and New Zealand’s top palliative care practitioners have joined forces to oppose the introduction of euthanasia an ... 22 March 2017 NEW RESOURCE SUPPORTS FAITH FORMATION IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Catholic education leaders have gathered in North Sydney to celebrate the launch of a new National Catholic Education Commission resource to ... 22 March 2017 How should we care for migrants and refugees? The care of migrants and refugees coming to Australia is one of the most divisive issues in Australian public debate. 21 March 2017 Project Compassion - Nguyet from Vietnam In a small town in Vietnam, a severe disability kept young Nguyet behind closed doors. 17 March 2017 TJHC submission to Royal Commission examines causes of child sexual abuse in Catholic Church In a wide ranging submission to the Royal Commission, issues such as compulsory celibacy and clericalism have been identified as contributin ... 14 March 2017 Catholic community needs to continue to push for reform In a major speech to more than 230 interested Catholics at a Catalyst for Renewal event in Sydney on Friday night. 13 March 2017 Project Compassion - Uncle Richard from Australia First Australian Uncle Richard is a survivor of the Stolen Generations, forcibly removed from his family as a child and taken to Kinchela Bo ... 8 March 2017 International Women's Day - Caroline Chisholm To mark International Women's Day, we've decided to celebrate our namesake Caroline Chisholm. 8 March 2017 Youth leaders fly to Rome to plan Synod 2018 and World Youth Day 2019 Australian Catholic youth leaders will fly to Rome next month to help plan two major events for young people. 6 March 2017 Project Compassion - Martina from Timor-Leste For Martina, an East Timorese mother of eight, escaping domestic violence was the first step in her journey to a new life.