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Food is a basic human need.  Catholic parishes across Victoria provide food support to people in need, in a variety of ways.
There are a number of Food Banks that depend on parish support. Programs vary but the essential model is the same. Churches provide a venue, volunteers provide labour and various support organisations provide nutritious food, transport of goods and financial support to help the programs run smoothly. 

The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne recently launched its Let’s Fully Welcome Refugees: Parish Pack, Resources for supporting and advocating for asylum seekers and refugees.  Catholic Social Services Victoria is very happy to have collaborated with The Venerable Jan Crombie, Archdeacon, Parish Partnerships, Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, who developed the pack, in part drawing on resource materials from our Welcome The Asylum Seeker Parish Support Program.
 

An Introductory Workshop – Thursday 14 July 2016: 6.00pm (Refreshments) Commences at 6.30pm concluding at 8.30pm
Presented by the staff of Catholic Social Services Victoria as part of our Catholic Social teaching series.

The three evening of our Mission Inspired Leadership program aimed to assist current and future leaders in their transformative role of working for the creation of a just and more compassionate society.

The program concluded on 21 June.  Thanks to our session leaders Fr Joe Caddy, Br Mark O’Connor and Ms Sandie Cornish (pictured) for leading a rich and inspirational dialogue around leadership in Gospel mission and service.

Thanks too to each of the participants in this series for their commitment, honest and insightful contributions.
The 2016 program was informed by an evaluation of the initial 2015 series.
  We expect to make arrangements for 2017 soon.

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Catholic Social Services Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Elders in each of the Communities where we work.

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