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Lismore floods: ‘People have lost everything’

Record-breaking floods wreaked havoc in Lismore and the entire state’s coastline was put on high alert this week. On Monday the outside of St Vincent’s...

Vinnies is not just a business

Society of St Vincent de Paul is primarily a mission “We are not part of a mission; we are the mission.” At Mass last week...

Woman’s $100,000 donation helps people with disability “live their best lives”

Crowdfunding campaign helps complete two new homes for women with intellectual disability in Sydney.
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Partnership gains hope for the homeless

Catholic organisations are firmly at the forefront of an innovative partnership with government and business groups to eliminate homelessness across NSW which is starting...

Vincentians have excelled in pandemic

What would I know about isolation or being lonely you ask? I was the middle of nine children growing up and certainly didn’t feel alone...

Peter McNamara: Join the Vinnies CEO Sleepout

On Thursday 17 June business and community leaders from around the country will spend a night sleeping rough as part of the Vinnies CEO...

Drawn to the Land Down Under

NSW southern highlands parish and Vinnies rescue a Belgian family stranded in Australia.

Tony Cranney: Don’t just have faith, grow and share it

Anyone here seen the movie City Slickers? Well for those unfamiliar with the movie, a group of city slickers (staring Billy Crystal) go to...

Call for housing solution amid crisis

The bushfire and pandemic crises have increased the problem with low-cost housing across the country.

Casting on to support those struggling at sea

Care packages go to comforting "desperate" sailors Fr Bernie Thomas is knitting up a storm to help those in troubled waters. The parish priest from...
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