Speaking at the 2023 Archbishop Annual Christmas Appeal launch, Perth Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton has drawn on the message of Pope Francis who reminded Catholics around the world,
‘Do not turn your face away from anyone who is poor’.
Held in conjunction with the Applecross Parish Modern Slavery Project, the Project has two aims: to raise awareness of modern slavery among parishioners and the local community and to mitigate the risk of modern slavery in the supply chains of the current suppliers used by the parish.
Attended by student representatives from 25 schools, the Secondary Schools Forum for LifeLink Day was held at Aranmore Catholic College and livestreamed to Catholic schools across the Archdiocese.
St Vincent De Paul Society Swan Region Conference President Vivian D’Almeida speaks about the recent commissioning’s and milestones held Sunday 19 March – the first celebration in two years.
The Fremantle based homelessness support service has experienced unprecedented demand for its services, particularly basics such as meals, food vouchers and hampers.
Every day, more than 200 million children miss out on school, around 690 million people experience extreme hunger and 2.2 billion people cannot access clean drinking water.
The death of a baby, highlighted Pregnancy Assistance Counsellor Lisette Jas, at any stage of pregnancy can be a very sad, distressing, and overwhelming time.
Perth Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton has last weekend Saturday 18 March celebrated the Day of the Unborn Child Mass at St Mary’s Cathedral.
WA Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office Director Deacon Greg told The Record that in partnership with the St Vincent de Paul Society, who also made a significant financial contribution, WACMRO assisted 28 newly arrived families, mainly mothers and children in 2022.
The Employee and Volunteer of the Year Awards are an annual event to recognise the good works of CSSWA members, employees and volunteers, who witness the four pillars of Catholic Social Teaching in their respective agencies.
The symposium included a discussion of how businesses and Catholic organisations must assess and address the risks of modern slavery in their supply chains and operations to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2018.