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Catholic Mission month

The work of Sister Carolina in Timor-Leste is one of the great examples of how Catholic Mission is supporting missionaries around the world to change lives.

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Bishop Karol Kulczycki SDS and Archbishop Patrick O’Regan with St Joseph’s students, from left, Jasraj Bhangu, Orlando Pollice, Phoenix Cole, Sahib Singh Saini, Natanim Tayelgn, Clara Thomas–Trophimes, Lotye Parker, Bol Deng, Zion Masika-Mazalla, Billy Wilkinson, Hayden Polkinghorne and Nahom Garedew outside Coopers Stadium at Hindmarsh. Picture: Ben Macmahon

World Cup inspires mission

Excitement surrounding the Women’s World Cup soccer tournament has reached fever pitch in Adelaide, especially at St Joseph’s School Hindmarsh where students are busy brushing up their skills with the round ball in readiness for this year’s Socktober event.


Raising awareness of missionary work

Reflecting Pope Francis’ message for World Mission Sunday, this year Catholic Mission is raising awareness of the life-giving work of lay and religious missionaries around the world with the theme ‘Hearts on Fire, Feet on the Move’.


Cardijn group on Outback immersion

A group of students and staff from Cardijn College recently had a unique experience immersing themselves in a remote South Australian community with a focus on the Outback and local Indigenous peoples.


Critical mission in Ethiopia

Catholic Mission celebrates World Mission Month in October, with the international agency calling for urgent assistance for communities devastated by war and famine in Ethiopia.