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Don’t turn a blind eye to Family and Domestic Violence

The sad truth is that in Australia, eventually most women receive the phone call, from their daughters, their sisters, mothers, aunts and friends. The call that starts something like, “Hi, it happened again and this time he really hurt me.”

Catholic social services working harder than ever with 100,000 extra in...

In Horsley Park the rate of older people who became poor in the last few years more than doubled, with a 220 per cent reported increase. Lurnea-Cartwright saw a 131 per cent increase and Liverpool a 106 per cent increase.

CatholicCare advocate Lynda Edwards wins NSW woman of the year 2023

CatholicCare advocate and passionate campaigner for the financial rights of First Nations people, Lynda Edwards, has won the prestigious 2023 NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year award.

Future looks sweet for baristas

Whether she’s whipping up a cappuccino, espresso, macchiato or a simple flat white, Thuy is brewing herself a bright future. One of the first graduates...

New program fostering relationships for life

The Archdiocese of Sydney’s social welfare agency, Catholic Care is leading an innovative new program, which draws closely upon Catholic social teaching to help grow and foster relationships for life.

Webinar to launch new care project for the dying

All are welcome to the October 7 launch of Living Well, Dying Well featuring expert speakers from medicine, nursing and pastoral care.

Giving the Gift of Goodness this Christmas

Described by Bishop Terry Brady as the “hands and feet of Jesus,” CatholicCare Sydney, along with Centacare and Catholic School students have prepared 400...

Mark Phillips: Taking action on homelessness

The city's most vulnerable need to know we care We recently marked Homelessness Week. At the last census it was estimated more than 116,000 Australians...

CatholicCare continues to provide Home Care services to seniors during COVID-19

CatholicCare continues to provide Home Care services to seniors during this time of uncertainty Home Care is considered an essential service and should be maintained...

This time is a test we can embrace

Happy Easter, dear friends. In so many ways, it doesn’t really feel like Easter. We haven’t been able to participate in the Easter Triduum...

The rewards of being foster carers

Cathy and Steve have been foster carers for 15 years and currently care for four foster children. They say life is very busy but...

Sydney Archbishop rallies faithful in bushfire appeal Mass

Over a thousand people, including representatives of those fighting the fires and organisations working to assist those affected by them were present for the liturgy.
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