An Australian tradition of reflection on work: a pastoral letter for the feast of St Joseph the Worker
This year's pastoral letter for the Feast of St Joseph the Worker is presented by Bishop Terry Brady who has taken the role of Bishops' Delegate for Social Justice.
Politics in the service of peace: a statement by the Catholic Bishops of Australia for the 2019 federal election
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has released a statement titled Politics in the service of peace ahead of the 2019 Australian federal election.
Jubilee Australia and Caritas AQustralia have expressed dismay over tonight's passage of the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation Amendment Bill which was rushed through parliament despite strong concerns from civil society, as well as further cuts to the Australian aid budget that have been announced.
Pope Francis has approved a new law to make it compulsory to report sexual abuse allegations in the Vatican and its diplomatic missions around the world. The safeguarding guidelines for the Vatican and Roman Curia aim to protect minors and vulnerable adults.
Every year at each Good Friday service across the world, a collection is taken for the Holy Land Commissariat. This collection supports Christians in the Holy Land and provides upkeep of the sacred places.
Pope Francis signed his apostolic exhortation titled Vive Cristo, esperanza nuestra, (Christ, Our Hope, Lives) on 25 March. This is a post-synodal exhortation following the Synod on Young People, faith, and vocational discernment held in October 2018.
Pope Francis has appointed Canadian priest Fr Carl Reid the second Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross – a role he will take up in August.
Proclaiming the Church “isn’t afraid of history”, Pope Francis says he will open up the Vatican archives on World War II-era Pope Pius XII, a historic decision Jewish groups have sought for decades.