Melbourne News

When it comes to refugees, Catholics speak loudly and clearly

Monday 19 December 2016

Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum

Many parts of the Catholic community embrace a welcoming spirit towards refugees and people seeking asylum. The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA) has visited a number of parishes, hospitals and schools, as well as the wider community, to show the breadth of support for asylum seekers in the Catholic community.

AOY Christmas Party

Friday 16 December 2016

Words and Photos: Archdiocese Office for Youth 
Young people across Melbourne gathered at the Cardinal Knox Centre for the annual Archdiocese Office for Youth Christmas party, celebrating a blessed year in youth ministry across the diocese.

Video: Talking about advance care planning with the Cabrini Institute

Thursday 15 December 2016

Words: Media and Communications Office

Once a taboo topic, talking about end-of-life choices is becoming more acceptable in the Australian community. End-of-life care affects all of us, at every age. Cabrini has launched a new website focused on supporting healthcare professionals in conducting advance care planning with people of different religious and cultural backgrounds. The project received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health. The website called ACPTalk is freely available to all.

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