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In his message for the World Day of Peace on 1 January 2017, Pope Francis draws on the major documents of his pontificate to focus on non-violence. He also builds on the fundamental call of the Gospel, and a tradition that his predecessors have enriched over recent decades.
An update for participants in the August 2016 Reimagining Parish Services Expo provides links to resource material - including volunteering opportunities with our member organisations; and notice of future gatherings.
Christmas greetings to members and friends of Catholic Social Services Victoria!
Thanks to Fr Andy Hamilton sj of Eurkea Street / Jesuit Social Services for his recent Christmas reflection on the challenges faced by people around the world: “We may give up our hopes for a just and peaceful world, retire from it as gracefully as we can, accept the victory of power, wealth and brutality, and allow hope to die within us. Or we can return to the Christmas story and to the hope that is central to it, and work and pray for the death of the new political order. This is the path of constancy, of faithfulness to little people in small things, of being a midwife in the hard labours of a Birth like Death.”
Catholic Social Teaching states that the ultimate purpose of the justice system is to advance the common good through establishing public order and community safety, foster reconciliation and restore harmony in social relationships disrupted by crime, and, protect the rights of both the guilty and innocent. 
Catholic Social Services Victoria has prepared a policy statement about the way our community could best deal with the area of criminal justice. 

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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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