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The mission of Catholic Social Services Victoria is to assist the Catholic Church in Victoria to fulfil the gospel imperatives to:
Stand with and serve the poor, disadvantaged and marginalised; andwork for a just, equitable and compassionate society.
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The Man Box: a study on being a young man in Australia
Jesuit Social Services’ The Men’s Project
has launched an Australian-first
involving 1,000 men aged 18 to 30, which shows that young men who comply with society’s pressures to be a ‘real man’ report poorer mental health, are twice as likely to consider suicide, more likely to commit acts of sexual harassment and experience and perform acts of violence and bullying.
Catholic Church stands with Prime Minister, renews apology
The leaders of
Catholic Religious Australia
Australian Catholic Bishops Conference
have welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s national apology on 22 October to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse and recommitted to working with the community to eliminate the scourge of child sexual abuse.
World Homelessness Day - 10 October 2018
Wednesday 10 October is
World Homelessness Day
Habitat for Humanity
estimate that 1.6 billion people live in inadequate shelter around the world and more than 100 million people worldwide are homeless, based on a survey conducted in 2015. These numbers have continued to grow as conflict, war and displacement affects countries and communities around the globe.
Social Service Needs in Regional and Rural Victoria
Many regional and rural communities are supportive, vibrant, and thriving. However, there are a number of communities that are doing it tough, where disadvantage has become entrenched and persistent. The demand and unmet need for services identified in this paper are similar to those in many metropolitan areas, but the lack of service accessibility and availability, the high cost of transport, energy and technology and the decreased opportunities for education, training and jobs, are factors that increase disadvantage for people living in regional and rural Victoria.
Catholic Social Services Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Elders in each of the Communities where we work.
Catholic parishes as centres of service - March newsletter now available
Need for continued support for asylum seekers reinforced at national conference
Clare O'Neil MP on growth, fairness and power
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The Season of Creation 1 Sept-4 Oct 2018
It’s time for policy change: call from parishes working with asylum seekers
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Social Justice at St Michael's Parish - Wednesday 24th October 2018 at 7.00pm
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2018 Walter Silvester Memoral Lecture - Julian McMahon 30 October
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