It’s said that Australia, more than any other nation, loves and uses acronyms. I’m not sure about the absolute accuracy of that sentiment, but recent events have highlighted that there’s some truth in it – certainly for the Church, writes Catholic Religious Australia President Br Peter Carroll FMS.
The Catholic Church in Australia observed Child Protection Sunday on September 8 as a sign of its strong ongoing commitment to ensuring Church communities are safe places for everyone. The resources for the day included ‘A Prayer for Stronger Communities’.
The Season of Creation, an annual ecumenical celebration of prayer and action to protect creation is underway this month with the theme ‘the web of life’.
Australia’s Bishops have used their annual Social Justice Statement to invite people to reflect on how the internet has changed the way we communicate, work, learn, and do business – and how we can contribute towards a more just and loving digital world.
The Sisters of the Good Samaritan have entered into an auspice agreement with the Faith Ecology Network (FEN), a sponsorship that will support the continued mission of strengthening interfaith dialogue between science and religion, The Good Oil reports.