Merry Christmas from the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle IMAGE Your Diocese

Merry Christmas from the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle

December 24, 2017 Britten Thompson

The journey of life comes with many twists and turns but, with faith and courage, these twists and turns become learning experiences which enable one to knock down all obstacles - so there is nothing stopping you from living the life that God has planned for you.

Bishop Bill Wright's Christmas Message IMAGE Your Diocese

Bishop Bill Wright's Christmas Message

December 22, 2017 Britten Thompson

The true message of Christmas is one of hope.

Bishop Bill Wright on ABC Radio Newcastle IMAGE Your Diocese

Bishop Bill Wright on ABC Radio Newcastle

December 21, 2017 John Kingsley-Jones

This week, Bishop Bill Wright was interviewed by Jenny Marchant in ABC Radio’s Newcastle studio about the findings of the Royal Commission which were released late last week.

Diocese releases Year in Review 2017 IMAGE Your Diocese

Diocese releases Year in Review 2017

December 19, 2017 Katherine Muscat

The 2017 Year in Review document can be found online now!

Community comes together for Lina’s Project IMAGE Your Diocese

Community comes together for Lina’s Project

September 26, 2017 Comments Joanne Isaac

It would have been difficult not to have heard something over the past few months about The Atonement: Lina’s Project if you live in Newcastle, the Hunter or Manning regions. Throughout July, August and September a mysterious penguin and egg started appearing on billboards, TV screens, in newspapers and magazines, as well as in social media feeds. Lina, who conceived the event, was interviewed by The Star and 1233 ABC.

RSVPs close this Friday for The Atonement: Lina’s Project IMAGE Your Diocese

RSVPs close this Friday for The Atonement: Lina’s Project

September 05, 2017 Joanne Isaac

On Friday 15 September the Catholic Diocese of Maitland - Newcastle will facilitate a victim-led community event of atonement. Lina, a victim of abuse at the hands of a member of clergy in the diocese conceived this event as a means by which she could regain a measure of trust in the Church and some healing for our whole community.

What is The Atonement: Lina’s Project and why should you be there? IMAGE Your Diocese

What is The Atonement: Lina’s Project and why should you be there?

August 28, 2017 Comments Joanne Isaac

You often find, as a resident of the Newcastle, Hunter and Manning regions, that when you meet somebody new, you have someone in common. Their best friend used to date your friend’s brother or their aunty is related to your second cousin. If it’s six degrees of separation in big cities then it’s more like two degrees of separation for us. Our community is connected. We know each other.