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Week 4

  • MercyCare’s unique story documented in new book

    The unique and captivating story of the establishment of local not-for-profit organisation MercyCare has been told through a new biographical book launched last week.

  • JEDO launches ACBC Social Justice Statement for Perth

    The Archdiocese of Perth’s Justice Ecology and Development Office (JEDO) this week held the Perth launch of the 2015 Australian Catholic Bishops’ Social Justice Statement.

  • Playtime is quality time for Jocelyn

    Having a weekly ‘play date’ is just one of the fun benefits for Jocelyn who is a participant in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) My Way Cockburn-Kwinana trial launched in July this year.

  • Small world gathers at Mass for Catholic Knights

    Surrounded by numerous flags representing all the corners of the world, Archbishop Timothy Costelloe this month celebrated the closing Mass for the 26th meeting of the Council of the International Alliance of Catholic Knights.

  • Church agencies, where Catholic ethos is the foundation

    Catholic identity is really born of a particular vision of what makes a life truly, deeply and fully human, said Archbishop Timothy Costelloe last week, as he addressed some 150 staff from across the agencies and organisations of the Archdiocese of Perth.

  • Honourable role of the parish secretary in focus

    As the Archdiocese of Perth is encouraged by Archbishop Timothy Costelloe to “move forward” in different priority areas, a number of fundamental roles and jobs played by those serving the Church have also been acknowledged.