This is a reflection that I wrote for the Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Office’s kit for Migrant & Refugee Sunday. You can download the whole kit here. The Holy Family in Exile If you were asked to paint an icon of refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants, how would you depict them in a symbol […]
20 June is World Refugee Day. To help you to celebrate achievements, and to plan for more effective action, here are links to a selection of quotes for reflection from the CST Quotes section of our website. Bishop Gerard Hanna 27 May 2014 Policy is putting lives at risk. Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, 8 May […]
The official delegation of the Lutheran World Federation to the Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC (COP 19) has decided to fast in solidarity with the poor and vulnerable who are disproportionately affected by extreme weather events. Find out more here.
What are the chief elements of poverty experienced in your community? How might they be overcome?
In this reflection for the end of Anti-Poverty Week, Sandie Cornish considers the concept of integral human development, the approach of CatholicCare Sydney, and the temptation to spiritualise poverty.