A new report by the Australian Catholic University and the United Workers Union found that the COVID-19 health crisis was worsened by government policies at a state and federal level which saw a winding back of JobKeeper and the Coronavirus Supplement.
The decision marks a major milestone in WA’s journey through the pandemic, with Mr McGowan saying the Government was confident the virus could now be safely managed in the community.
Vicar for Effective Communication, the Very Rev Fr Peter Whitely VG has this week encouraged those who are unable to attend Mass to tune in to Mass For You at Home, a ministry of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, in partnership with the Diocese of Wollongong.
Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB last week spoke with 6PR Radio host Liam Barlett answering several questions about the Catholic community and the various challenges posed by the pandemic over the past two years. By Amanda Murthy.
The Catholic Church has welcomed Australian Government support for international efforts to amend intellectual property rights to ensure more people can access life-saving COVID-19 vaccines.
The Pontifical Academy for Life has released a new document on how the pandemic has impacted people with disabilities and their caregivers.
A five-session enquiry for students which explores the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and what can be done about the ongoing consequences has been launched by the Young Christian Students.