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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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Rehabilitation and effective transition must be focus of new prison
The proposes new Victorian prison at Ravenhall must achieve best practice in rehabilitation, health services, and transition back into the community.
The Interchurch Criminal Justice Taskforce has called on the Victorian Government to ensure that its tender process achieves these goals, in order to contribute to a safer and more just society.
Bernie Geary honoured as Life Member at Catholic Social Services Annual Dinner
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of our annual dinner, on 26 July.
Congratulations to Bernie Geary (photo at left) on his lifelong commitment to the wellbeing of vulnerable children and young people, for which he was honoured at the dinner with Life Membership of Catholic Social Services Victoria.
Striving to build the Kingdom in a time of crisis
In a speech to a VincentCare Victoria staff conference on 30 May 2013, Executive Director Denis Fitzgerald refected on the challenge of presenting the positive message of the Gospel at a time when so many are repulsed by the revelations of sexual abuse and cover up: it is our fruits that will determine whether we have been true to our mission, and deserve the respect and the cooperation of staff and of society.
2013 Victorian Budget lacks focus on the most vulnerable and disadvantaged
The 2013 Victorian Budget caters to the comfortable majority, with significant effort applied to infrastructure planning and expenditure. But it has insufficient focus on the the needs of those who are most vulnerable and disadvantaged, according to Denis Fitzgerald, Executive Director of Catholic Social Services Victoria.
Catholic Social Services Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Elders in each of the Communities where we work.
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