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We're delighted to welcome renowned author and speaker, Chris Lowney, to address a breakfast gathering on Monday 9 September for young professionals working within Catholic organisations, social services, missions and ministries who are interested in growing as a leader in this fast-paced, rapidly changing and complex 21st century.
Each Winter, on any night across Victoria around 1,100 homeless people including women, children, young and older people and people with disabilities have to “sleep rough” in city parks, car parks, bushland areas and coastal reserves. Our upcoming parish forum, 'Homelessness: Preparing for 2020' on Tuesday 24 September 2019 will bring together people to begin to prepare for next Winter, and to make the connections with other parishes, churches and groups that will make next year’s Winter Shelter a success in as many areas as can be reached. 

You are invited to participate in the next Walking the Land with Catholic Social Teaching workshop on Thursday 29 August 2019. This workshop will begin with a guided Yarra River walk at Amberley Centre, 7 Amberley Way, Lower Plenty.

 Implementing the Bishops' Social Justice Statement. What are the key issues we face in relation to housing in Australia?
What Action can individuals and parishes take to address housing, stress and homelessness in their communities?
 

Join us for our national Catholic Social Services conference, Serving Communities with Courage and Compassion, from 26 – 28 February 2020 at the Catholic Leadership Centre, East Melbourne. This conference follows our successful 2018 national conference, Hearing Healing Hope, which saw more than 250 colleagues from across the country come together.

Young professionals in Catholic Social Services are warmly invited to an 'emerging leaders' gathering to network and to explore social justice leadership

With Winter approaching, across Victoria around 1,100 homeless people, children, young and older people and people with disabilities will be sleeping in city parks, car parks, bushland areas and coastal reserves, without the comforts we take for granted. What can we and our parishes do to help those who are homeless? Join us for a parish forum on this issue on Saturday 8 June, 9.30am-1pm in East Melbourne.
On Saturday 8 June, 2019, with the onset of winter, Catholic Social Services Victoria will host a forum “Homelessness – What can Parishes do?” at the Cardinal Knox Centre, 383 Albert Street, East Melbourne, from 9.30am-1.00pm. Come and hear what the Australian Bishops have to say about making a home for everyone in our land, what the Christian community is already doing to assist, and join in discussions about how you and your parish can help.
All are invited to take part in the City Justice Walk as part of the 'Walking the Land with Catholic Social Teaching' series on Thursday 2 May 2019, from 9.30am-4.30pm. The City Justice Walk provides a practical experience of applying the principles of Catholic Social Teaching to promote the flourishing of creation and the building of a more just and compassionate society.
All are welcome to join our members, staff, leaders, volunteers and friends of Catholic Social Services agencies as we gather to celebrate our mission of justice and service. Commencing with our Commissioning Mass at 9.30am the 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held at MacKillop Family Services, 237 Cecil Street, South Melbourne.

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