Laudato Si’ Women’s Reflection Afternoon, 7 November, 2020.

The next interactive reflection afternoon for Catholic women of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn will explore ‘a spirituality for our times.’ Sr Clare Condon and Andrea Dean from the Archdiocesan Women’s Taskforce will co-facilitate the 90 minute session on Saturday, 7 November from 3-4.30 pm. In the light of the challenges of 2020, the … Continue reading Laudato Si’ Women’s Reflection Afternoon, 7 November, 2020.

Answering the Call | Women’s Reflection Afternoon

You are Invited to a Women's Reflection Afternoon - "Answering the Call" Register here for women's reflection afternoon The Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn Women's Taskforce (ACGWT) invites you to a reflection afternoon via YouTube on Saturday 29 August, 2020 from 2-4:30pm. This free event will be livestreamed from the Archdiocese's YouTube Channel at the following link: Archdiocese of CG … Continue reading Answering the Call | Women’s Reflection Afternoon

Towards the Plenary Council – people of God on a pilgrim journey

By Clare Condon SGS This article was published in the Good Oil, the E-Magazine of the Good Samaritan Sisters. Women and the Plenary Council was the topic for a gathering on Zoom last month when over 100 people registered for the first conversation in a new series, WATAC PRESENTS. WATAC (Women and the Australia Church) … Continue reading Towards the Plenary Council – people of God on a pilgrim journey

Changes at the Bishops Conference

Following a review of the finances of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, the Bishops recently implemented changes to the Conference’s structure that will affect some offices, some staff and some of the Councils that advise the Bishops on specific parts of Church life. Redundancies and the cessation or amalgamation of Councils have regrettably affected all … Continue reading Changes at the Bishops Conference

Denied full participation, Catholic women mobilise for change

Tracy McEwan and Kathleen McPhillips This article was first published in The Conversation and is shared here for your interest. Indeed, each generation of Catholic women in Australia is less likely than the previous one to attend church and participate in parish life. There are a number of reasons for this decline, one of which … Continue reading Denied full participation, Catholic women mobilise for change