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              SPC News April 2019. A budget for an election. »

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              Download a .pdf of SPC News April 2019 A budget for an election. Peter Whiting With a Federal election tipped for mid-May 2019, and an April budget to accommodate it,…

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              Events

              ANZAC DAY SERVICE OF LAMENT »

              09:47 pm | Ecumenical Service of Lament, Repentance And New Hope on April 25, 11 am, St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne.? The preacher:…

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              Exploring Indigenous Theology »

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              Saturday 6 April, Whitley College, Parkville, 5.30 refreshments. 6-8pm forum. Free Forum. All welcome. Speakers: Revd.…

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              ?An ecumenical response to Laudato Si’. »

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              Prominent experts discuss the burning issues of climate change & inequality, raised by Pope Francis’ Laudato…

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              Earth@Peace. How to secure ‘just & ecologically sustainable peace’. »

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              23-24 April 2019 9am-5:30pm and from?7:30pm. Pilgrim Theological College Melbourne29 College Crescent Parkville Melbourne $100 per…

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              MOST RECENT

              1. ANZAC DAY SERVICE OF LAMENT
              2. SPC News April 2019. A budget for an election.
              3. Want a safer world for your children? Teach them about diverse religions and worldviews.
              4. Editorial. A budget for an election.
              5. ?Climate change: we all care!
              6. ?Pope Francis in Morocco: building bridges, not walls.
              7. Urgent need to restore minimum wage levels.
              8. The next long wave of reform: where will the ideas come from? Part 1.
              1. Michael Hardie svd: Sherry, this is a beautiful reflection from the heart of this ancient land. Keep reflecting, keep...
              2. Jacqui Remond: Dear Bruce, I also wrote a letter to the editor of the Australian and as far as I know my letter was...
              3. Mary O'Shannassy: Sherry such a special reflection that you have shared with us. Educative and a great reminder for...
              4. lucy van kessel: Thanks for this beautiful reflection on Aboriginal spirituality. It is inspiring and encouraging.
              5. Matthew Colloff: Beautiful writing Geoff – how close we can still be to the landscape, even in the heart of the...

              Church and Social Justice

              • Want a safer world for your children? Teach them about diverse religions and worldviews.

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              • Editorial. A budget for an election.

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              • ?Pope Francis in Morocco: building bridges, not walls.

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              • Urgent need to restore minimum wage levels.

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              • I don’t want slaves working for me.

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              • Catholic views on the Economy.

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              • ?An ecumenical response to Laudato Si’.

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              • Earth@Peace. How to secure ‘just & ecologically sustainable peace’.

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              • Fabulous launch of ‘An Enabling Life. Fr Kevin Mogg’.?

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              • ?Faith demands action for justice & for the planet: Pope Francis in Panama.

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              • Francis – a voice crying out: becoming a humble, listening, & learning Church.

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              • Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis.

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              • Light from the laity – the 2020 Plenary Council.

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              • Why are hundreds of thousands of Australian children struggling in poverty, even with a parent working full-time?

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              There are many good ideas to tackle inequality – it’s time we acted on them. »

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              Marianna Brungs, University of Sydney. This is the final article in the Reclaiming the Fair Go series, a collaboration between The Conversation, the Sydney Democracy Network, and the Sydney Peace Foundation to mark the awarding of the 2018 Sydney Peace Prize to Nobel laureate and economics professor Joseph Stiglitz. These articles reflect…

              Mar 5 2019 / No Comment / Read More »

              A Shorten government could shift the country on important issues, and show a little spunk. »

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              Frank Bongiorno, Australian National University. This is part of a major series, called Advancing Australia, in which leading academics examine the key issues facing Australia in the lead-up to the 2019 federal election and beyond. Read the other pieces in the series here. What will a Shorten government be like? It’s hazardous…

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              Editorial. A budget for an election. »

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              Peter Whiting. With a Federal election being tipped for mid-May 2019, and an April budget to accommodate it, it is hardly surprising that the budget handed down on 2 April had a number of initiatives clearly focused on specific community groups and marginal electorates in the hope of influencing electors’ voting decisions.…

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              What can Australia do to help build a world at peace with itself? »

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              Allan Patience. Within this question is an assumption (which is all too plausible) that Australia has done – and still does – very little to contribute to the making of a world that can live at peace with itself. The grim truth is that for most of the history of European intervention…

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              SPC News April 2019. A budget for an election. »

              04:05 pm |

              Download a .pdf of SPC News April 2019 A budget for an election. Peter Whiting With a Federal election tipped for mid-May 2019, and an April budget to accommodate it, it is hardly surprising that – in the hope of influencing electors’ voting decisions – the budget handed down on 2 April…

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              Asylum seekers

              ?Pope Francis in Morocco: building bridges, not walls. »

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              Bruce Duncan. The appalling massacre in March of so many Muslim people in New Zealand’s Christchurch has shocked our countries deeply, and illustrated how urgent is the…

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              Australia Day reminds us that we can overcome the fear of foreigners & ‘boats’. »

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              John Menadue. The Australia of today is vastly different from the Australia of my childhood. With its widespread racism…

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              Why Europe shouldn’t follow Australia’s lead on asylum seekers. »

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              Daniel Ghezelbash, Macquarie University Australia’s harsh asylum policies have been touted as a possible solution to Europe’s so-called refugee…

              Apr 5 2018 / No Comment / Read More »

              Government policies globally and the torture of refugees. »

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              Spencer Zifcak. Nils Melzer is the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Treatment. Recently, he…

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              Stewardship of our planet

              At a climate tipping point. »

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              Andrew Glikson. According to Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, chief climate advisor to the European Union, “We’re simply talking about the…

              Mar 29 2019 / No Comment / Read More »

              Climate crisis: not so slow-burning now. »

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              Editorial. Future generations will struggle to understand why key Australian politicians and sections of the media refused so long…

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              ?An ecumenical response to Laudato Si’. »

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              Prominent experts discuss the burning issues of climate change & inequality, raised by Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’. Friday 8…

              Feb 11 2019 / No Comment / Read More »
              Earth@Peace. How to secure ‘just & ecologically sustainable peace’. » Here’s how a 100% renewable energy future can create jobs & even save the gas industry. » Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis. » Climate change: “the most important issue we face”. »

              ?Climate change: we all care! »

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              Tony French. Record greenhouse gas emissions are driving global temperatures to dangerous levels. This is the dire conclusion in the latest World Meteorological Organisation report, WMO Statement…

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