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Vinnies CEO Sleepout raises more than $7.8 million to fight a...

The St Vincent de Paul Society’s NSW CEO says an acute housing crisis and costs of living are forcing record numbers of people to seek help for the first time while the charity itself is under increasing financial pressure.

Can Catholics afford to live near their parishes?

Catholic families spend a lifetime putting down roots in their parishes. But what happens when they get priced out of the neighbourhood?

Pregnancy support requests more than double from financial stress and abortion...

Pregnancy support service Diamond Women is struggling to meet the needs of women considering abortion due to the rising cost of living

The price of football giving NSW the blues

You only need to look to Game 1 of this year’s State of Origin series—very oddly far from sold out just a day out from the game—to see rising costs are pricing out a whole generation of potential fans.

Catholics give during cost-of-living crisis

Jesuit Mission Australia and Caritas Australia’s fundraising efforts in 2023 reveal the strength of Catholic generosity amidst the cost of living crisis

Cash-strapped Christmas cheer

With her team of Santa’s helpers, the leader of a Society of a St Vincent de Paul support created Sydney’s biggest Christmas cave

Good works for cost-of-living Christmas

In a year of rising interest rates and financial hardships, volunteers at Sydney’s charities have found they’re giving more than usual.

Commbank CEO says economy is robust despite cost of living pressures

The Chief Executive Officer of Australia’s largest bank has delivered an inspiring talk to members of the Sydney Catholic Business Network (SCBN), saying the...

New Vinnies Van for NSW as cost of living crisis bites...

Every month for years Verbum Dei Missionary priest Fr Greg Morgan has swapped his chasuble for a hi-vis vest and got behind the wheel...

Dr Michael Walker: Giving the next generation a fairer share

Around the year 1819 Spanish painter Goya, traumatised by two recent near-death illnesses, started to paint bleak untitled images on the walls of his...

Housing crisis prompts parties to promise protections for renters

As NSW voters prepare to go to the polls in a tightly-contested state election on 25 March, the Coalition, Labor and the Greens have...

No relief anytime soon on power

War in Ukraine, the COVID pandemic, and extreme weather events are among the factors contributing to “terrifying” soaring costs of petrol, electricity and gas,...
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