As children of God, disciples of Jesus Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit, the Members of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia are called to develop concrete proposals to create a more missionary, Christ-centred Church in Australia at this time.
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National Centre for Evangelisation is at the service of proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ in Australia. They seek to liaise with different dioceses, groups and individuals within the Catholic Church in Australia involved in sharing this Good News. Published electronically every two months, The Bridge newsletter provides stories of inspiration and faith formation.
The Catholic Women’s Council is an international umbrella group of Catholic women’s organisations and networks which have embarked together on a virtual and physical pilgrimage towards Rome, culminating in a major event in November 2021. Our aim is to create a sense of solidarity and support for all women working for change in the Catholic Church through the affirmation of the full dignity and equality of women, journeying together in prayer, reflection and study, and in walking, talking, dancing, singing, weeping, laughing, celebrating and struggling.
The Catholic Diocese of Wagga Wagga is located within Wiradjuri country in the Riverina and Yorta Yorta country in the southwestern district of New South Wales. Established in 1917, the Diocese of Wagga Wagga has a rich faith tradition; the faith communities are nourished and sustained by the sacramental life of the church administered and accessed through 32 parishes. Priestly Vocations are fostered and developed at Vianney College – our Diocesan Seminary. Catholic Education Diocese of Wagga Wagga comprises 32 schools – 25 Primary and 5 Secondary. Boarding facilities are provided by 3 of the Secondary schools. There are two independent Catholic Schools.