The Adelaide Archdiocese Child Protection Unit has developed a new statement of commitment to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people.
The lucrative supply of weapons to Muslim countries which is sanctioned and encouraged by Western and Russian governments has been described as “institutionalised gun-running on an extraordinary scale” by Australian priest Fr Robert McCulloch.
Our justice system is based on the premise that a person is innocent until proven guilty. But what happens when a person is found guilty and then proven innocent? This is the conundrum facing Archbishop Philip Wilson and the Catholic Church in Australia following the overturning of the conviction against the former Adelaide Archbishop.
The first Catholic early care and learning centre in SA is opening in January, signalling the beginning of a new era of service provision for the Catholic Church in South Australia.
The Missionary Sisters of Service (MSS) have launched an initiative that will see their important work in remote and regional South Australia continue beyond the life of the Sisters.
Adelaide and Port Pirie dioceses have now officially joined the National Redress Scheme for survivors of child sexual abuse.
Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli has welcomed the Morrison Government’s release of the Religious Freedom Review and its response, which he says will be a focal point for the ongoing debate about religious liberty in Australia.