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sydneycatholic.org
T: 93078465

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Mission Statement

The Justice and Peace Office promotes awareness, understanding and action in relation to justice, peace, ecology and development as guided by Catholic Social Teaching. .

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Catholic Social Teaching

CST is the expression of the way that we understand our world and guides us to moral and just actions.  Learn about CST here.


Activities and Programs

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Collaborative Action

The Justice and Peace Office works collaboratively with other Catholic organisations, and with people of all faiths and none, to address shared concerns in a range of social justice areas.

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Education & Training

The Justice and Peace Office offers a wide variety of training, workshop and education opportunities to individuals, social justice groups and parishes. Contact us to see how we can help you!

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Advisory Role

The Justice and Peace Office advises the leaders and agencies of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney to enable the Church to respond to social issues from a Catholic perspective.

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Sydney Alliance

The Sydney Alliance is a coalition of religious organisations, community groups and trade unions which aims to rebuild civil society to advocate for fairness and justice in Sydney.


May 4th Housing Assembly – Real Action Following Social Justice Gathering

At our recent Social Justice Gathering, many committed to coming along to the Affordable Housing Assembly with Planning Minister Anthony Roberts next Thursday night. So we wanted to encourage you to still do that. Below are the final details on how the night will run. Firstly, if you haven’t registered with the Sydney Alliance yet … Continue reading May 4th Housing Assembly – Real Action Following Social Justice Gathering

Ending Human Trafficking and Slavery – Archbishop Commits Sydney Church to Action

In late March Archbishop Fisher OP spoke at the Catholic Business Network lunch about the nature of our democracy and the role institutions of various persuasions should play in making it healthy, robust and alive with courteous debate. One of the major points he made was to note that the Church has a proper role … Continue reading Ending Human Trafficking and Slavery – Archbishop Commits Sydney Church to Action

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