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Emerging leaders and young professionals working in Catholic Social Services attended a breakfast and inspiring conversation with social entrepreneur, James Murphy on Tuesday, 12 November. James is the owner of KereKere cafe, a business that combines his passions for promoting community well being, social justice, good food and quality living.
Congratulations to all the organisations, programs and individuals that were recognised for their outstanding contributions to ending homelessness in the 2019 Victorian Homelessness Achievement Awards, presented at the Council to Homeless Persons Victorian Shaping the Future Conference from 14-15 October. Particular congratulations to our member organisations and representatives who received awards - McAuley Community Services for Women, Sacred Heart Mission and VincentCare.
 

The Catholic Social Ministry - Delivering Catholic Social Teaching through Community Services and Public Advocacy Conference will be held on Saturday 23 November, from 9am - 5.30pm in East Melbourne. It will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences about the nature, functions and priorities of Catholic Social Ministry.


 

Catholic Social Services Victoria held its annual 2019 Anti-Poverty Week Lunchtime Conversation on Tuesday 15 October at the Cardinal Knox Centre, East Melbourne. The Conversation this year was facilitated by Dr Nick Halfpenny, Director of Policy and Research at MacKillop Family Services. Following the Lunchtime Conversation, people stayed on for the Ecumenical Prayer Service conducted by CSSV in collaboration with the Social Questions Commission of the Victorian Council of Churches.

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