Sunday 19 November marked the World Day of the Poor. To mark the occasion, the Archdiocese held a Street Feast in the forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral on Friday 17 November, in what has become an annual tradition. Organisations supporting the homeless and others doing it tough invited clients to the Cathedral to join Archbishop … Continue reading Street Feast 2023
There are so many things to say about the campaign for a Voice to Parliament, but the first thing to say is sorry. Sorry not just to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, but sorry for all of us, who are a part of this shame on our nation. The Justice and Peace Office of … Continue reading Australia votes – a nation’s shame
Polling conducted by the Australia Institute in August has found that 79% of the public support a Royal Commission into Immigration Detention. You can read the full report here. Julie Macken from the Justice and Peace Office also writes about the findings on John Menadue’s Pearls and Irritations today. You can also head over to … Continue reading Public overwhelmingly favour Royal Commission into Immigration Detention
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.