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Give the Best Gift This Christmas and #BYREGIONAL
Sydneysiders keen to help drought-stricken towns can easily buy Christmas presents and produce direct from regional retailers, with the help of a new NSW Government campaign that connects city shoppers with rural sellers.
School Choir Compeitition

Catholic school choirs are invited to enter the 2019 Everywhere Venues Australian Christmas Song Competition featuring Australian Christmas songs composed by Hazel Hughes.

Listen to what the Spirit is saying - Final Report for the Plenary Council Phase 1: Listening and Dialogue

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PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #6 – How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is Open to conversion, Renewal and Reform?

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​Click here for the SNAPSHOT REPORT

This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who expressed a desire to do things differently in response to Christ and the experience of our people, accepting that faithfulness to tradition requires change that is both personal and communal. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au​

Australian Literacy Educators Association (ALEA) - National Conference 2020 - 9-12 July 2020

​Literacies of our Learners - Responding, Understanding, Connecting

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For more information go to the conference website​

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #5 – How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is A Joyful, Hope-Filled and Servant Community?

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Click here for the SNAPSHOT REPORT​

This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who expressed a yearning for the Church to be a sign of God’s kingdom for all people in Australia – to be able to see the Catholic Church in action, and to recognise Jesus. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au​

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #4 – How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is Humble, Healing and Merciful?

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Click here for the SNAPSHOT REPORT​

This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who expressed a deep and faith-filled trust in God and a need for lament and healing within the Church, acknowledging the sexual abuse crisis as a turning point for the Church in Australia. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #3 – How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is Prayerful and Eucharistic?

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Click here for the Snapshot Report​

This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who shared how deeply they treasured the Eucharist and the sacramental and liturgical life of the Church. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #2 - How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is Inclusive, Participatory and Synodal?

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Click here for the SNAPSHOT REPORT​

This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who expressed a desire for individuals and groups within and also beyond the Church to find a better welcome and be incorporated more into her life and mission. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au​

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020: National Theme for Discernment #1 – How is God calling us to be a Christ-centred Church that is Missionary and Evangelising?

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This National Theme for Discernment is inspired by the voices of the People of God who shared a passion for participating in the missionary nature of the Church and desire stronger support, involvement and formation among all the baptised who make up the Church. Find out more at www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au​

PLENARY 2020 - NATIONAL THEMES FOR DISCERNMENT OPENS NEXT PHASE FOR PLENARY COUNCIL

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The six National Themes for Discernment invite people to reflect, to pray and to consider how God is calling the People of God to be a Christ-centred Church in Australia that is:

  • Missionary and Evangelising
  • Inclusive, Participatory and Synodal
  • Prayerful and Eucharistic
  • Humble, Healing and Merciful
  • A Joyful, Hope-Filled and Servant Community
  • Open to conversion, Renewal and Reform.
More information on the National Themes for Discernment can be found on the re-launched Plenary Council website: www.plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au​​
PLENARY COUNCIL 2020 – LISTEN TO WHAT THE SPIRIT IS SAYING

​Pope Francis has approved the Australian Bishops’ decision to hold a Plenary Council in Australia in 2020 and 2021. It is a significant moment for the Church in Australia to make decisions about the future. To prepare the agenda for the Plenary Council, all of God’s people are invited to reflect on the question: “What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?”

 
 

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