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All are welcome to the Palm Sunday prayer, reflection and march to show support for those who seek asylum on Sunday 14 April. The day commences at 1pm with prayer and reflection with the Melbourne Catholic community in East Melbourne, followed by the pilgrim walk to State Library at 1.30pm. Then at 2pm, there is a public walk for refugees.
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What are the key issues we face in relation to housing in Australia? What action can individuals and parishes take to address housing, stress and homelessness in their communities? Following a successful forum held last year with parish representatives to discuss the practical responses and opportunities to assist those who are homeless, Catholic Social Services Victoria is hosting another forum for parishes on Saturday 8 June at Cardinal Knox Centre, 383 Albert Street, East Melbourne.
If you are someone within your church who works at developing resources, implementing training or drafting policy on domestic and family violence, the National Council of Churches in Australia invites you to attend its domestic and family violence roundtable on Thursday 2 May. It aims to bring together people who work in the domestic and family violence area of their church and to provide a space where people can share, learn and build networks with others working within the domestic and family violence space within churches. 

 
A number of parishes and deaneries within the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne have taken up the opportunity to host a workshop in 2019 addressing domestic and family violence: what is it? What supports are available? This follows a similar workshop that was held in the Sunbury parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel last November, which was led by Sr Nicole Rotaru rsm. Please contact Denis Fitzgerald, Executive Director of Catholic Social Services Victoria if you'd like to host a similar forum in your local parish or deanery.

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