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Week 4

  • WA CEOs rough it out to support homeless

    While Western Australia has, in past years, been in the spotlight for its mining boom and significant financial growth, the struggle of its homeless population has often fallen into the background.

  • Australian Aboriginal Benedictine Sister offers insight into extraordinary life

    Sister Veronica Willaway OSB, an Australian Aboriginal Sister from the Yuat Noongar tribe, shared parts of her fascinating and eventful spiritual journey with the Communications and Media Office for the Archdiocese of Perth.

  • Catholic Scientist reviews Pope’s Encyclical, Laudato Si’

    Pope Francis successfully makes clear the significance of the issues related to climate change, says West Australian Catholic Scientist, Dr Anthony Horton.

  • identitywa continues its support

    As one of Western Australia’s leading agencies supporting people with a disability and their families, identitywa is committed to supporting people with a disability to lead a fulfilling life.

  • Ignite Youth explodes music and prayer

    In a time when it’s becoming increasingly difficult to sustain local youth groups, Ignite Youth has lit a new flame in the Archdiocese of Perth offering a night that included everything from explosive music to quiet prayer.

  • Archbishop comments on new encyclical

    As Pope Francis launches his encyclical, Laudato Sii, which addresses our duty and care towards the created world, Archbishop Costelloe comments on the common responsibility we all have towards the environment.