On the ground as Cambodia goes into lockdown
As some of the most vulnerable regions in the world struggle to contain fresh outbreaks of the coronavirus, Catholic Mission is ensuring those most in need are still being given the best practical and pastoral support. Catholic Mission’s Regional Development Office in Cambodia is on the ground supporting and assisting with urgent supplies of food and resources, as the country struggles with a spike in the number of Covid-19 infections and a nation-wide lockdown.On the ground as Cambodia goes into lockdown
Worsening COVID-19 outbreak in PNG prompts urgent response
Catholic Mission has provided funds for the purchase of personal protective equipment and other vital materials, such as face masks and hand sanitiser, for urgent distribution to protect rural and remote communities in PNG against further COVID-19 infection.Worsening COVID-19 outbreak in PNG prompts urgent response
Helping Good Shepherd Sisters help the vulnerable
Catholic Mission has launched its major appeal for the year, supporting the essential work of the Mother and Babies Home run by the Good Shepherd Sisters in Bangkok, as they reach out to vulnerable women in their time of need.Helping Good Shepherd Sisters help the vulnerable
Catholic Mission leads global discussion
A unique series of seminars hosted by Catholic Mission, in partnership with the Pontifical Mission Societies in Rome, aims to build a stronger international network, sharing resources and expertise to support the mission areas of the world.Catholic Mission leads global discussion
The world responds to COVID-19
Around the world, Catholic Mission's international offices have responded to Pope Francis' calls for solidarity, prayer and action during an unprecedented crisis.
It invites a response from all of us
Cardinal Luis Tagle, Prefect for the Congregation for Evangelisation of Peoples, has sent a message to all Catholics urging a generous response to the COVID-19 emergency.
Pilgrimage of St Thérèse of Lisieux relics to be suspended
Following government and church directives in light of the COVID-19 situation, the pilgrimage of the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents, Sts Louis and Zélie Martin, has been temporarily suspended.
Business as usual for faithful despite coronavirus
Around the world, efforts are being made to ensure Catholics experience minimal disruption to their faith lives as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Each for Equal: Celebrating Women in Mission
What does it mean to be a woman of mission in today’s world? A panel of women at Catholic Mission have shared their reflections ahead of this International Women’s Day.
Excitement in Forbes ahead of Relics visit
Hundreds of Catholics from across the Wilcannia-Forbes Diocese and wider NSW are expected to flood to St Laurence O’Toole Church in Forbes on Thursday to welcome the Relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents.
Socktober launches on World Day of Social Justice
Catholic Mission is using World Day of Social Justice to encourage schools across Australia to pre-register for its community engagement initiative, Socktober.
A Valentine's Day with a difference
Love truly was in the air on Valentine's Day as 160 guests gathered in the Fitzroy Ballroom at Sofitel on Collins for the Catholic Mission Valentine’s Day High Tea. Unlike some other Valentine's events, however, the love in question was for fellow humans in need.
St Thérèse arrives in Sydney, but where are her parents?
There were mixed emotions at Sydney Airport as the relics of St Thérèse finally arrived, but without her parents Sts Louis and Zélie Martin...
Catholic Mission to partner with Vinnies Bushfire Appeal
As Australia battles its worst ever bushfire and drought emergency, Catholic Mission is joining others across the country and around the world in responding to the crisis.Read more
St Thérèse of Lisieux relics to return to Australia in 2020
For the first time in 18 years, the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux, one of the most popular saints of modern times, visit Australia on a four-month pilgrimage with her parents, Saints Louis and Zélie Martin.St Thérèse of Lisieux relics to return to Australia in 2020
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