Category: Catholic Social Teaching
When Pope Francis told a group of U.S. community organizers that their work was “atomic,” Jorge Montiel said, “I thought, ‘Oh, you mean we blow things up?'”
In this podcast from the Sydney Archdiocese Re Search program Andy Martin talks to Auxiliary Bishop Danny Meagher about Catholic Social Teaching including the See Judge Act.
At our June ACI webinar, Emeritus Professor James Franklin spoke on “Catholic social justice and the Labor Party 1900-1940” at our next ACI webinar on Tuesday 13 June.
Irish-born American economist, Tony Annett, will present the next ACI webinar on Saturday 13 April addressing the theme “Cathonomics: How Catholic tradition can create a more just economy,” the title of his recent book.
Recalling the 60th anniversary of St Pope John XXIII’s encyclical Pacem in Terris this month, Pope Francis appealed to world leaders to read or re-read the 1963 encyclical.
St Ambrose’s University at Davenport, Iowa, USA hosted a major conference in March to mark the 10th anniversary of Pope Francis’ pontificate.
Join us on 11 February for the first ACI webinar of the year with US Catholic Social Teaching specialist, John Médaille.
The church’s current social teaching is profoundly rooted in the Second Vatican Council and oriented to the urgent needs of today said Cardinal Michael Czerny in an annual lecture for the Australian Cardijn Institute on 15 November.
In a heads up for his Cardijn Lecture on Monday 14 November, Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development prefect, Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ, has explained his new book, Siblings All, co-authored with Fr Christian Barone.
Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ, prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, will deliver the 2022 Cardijn Lecture, addressing the theme “Siblings All, Sign of the Times: The Social Teaching of Pope Francis.”
Join the Cardijn Lecture 2022 on 14 November.
The Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development made the announcement on 14 September 2022.
Originally from Germany, Sarah is the outgoing president of the International YCW, now completing a Master’s in Catholic Social Teaching.
Tranby is an Indigenous adult education school in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Glebe. Founded in 1957, its graduates include Eddie Mabo, who went on to win the most significant land rights legal battle in Australian history.
Message for May Day and the Feast of St Joseph the Worker.
Combating inequality and poverty
ACI president, Brian Lawrence, reflects on our progress and sets out a vision for the future
A webinar with Bruce Duncan CSsR on Saturday 15 May 2021
ACI Webinar, Saturday 28 November 2020
When you’ve been around for a couple of millennia, you learn a bit about adjusting to changing times, writes Archbishop Mark Coleridge at Brisbane Catholic.
Vatican agencies have hit out at the global financial system slamming markets for serving the wealthiest and prioritising resulting in “a profoundly amoral culture,” NCR Online reports.
An interview with former IYCW chaplain, Dom Reginaldo Andriette, now bishop of Jales in Brazil