Our Partners

We gratefully acknowledge the contributions from our partners.

logo osaThe Augustinians
Following St Augustine we are called to continue the mission of Jesus and to seek to live together 'in unity of mind and heart on the way to God.'

Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference
Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference is the assembly of the bishops of Australia, exercising together pastoral offices for Christ’s faithful in Australia. It promotes that greater good which the Church offers to humankind.

Bible Society
Bible Society NSW has one main purpose: To provide the Bible in a language, format and at a price that everyone can afford and to help people read and understand what the Bible say

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Broken Bay Institute

The Broken Bay Institute has been established due to the expressed need of people from the Diocese of Broken Bay for quality Catholic adult faith formation and education.

Caritas Australia
Caritas Australia is the Catholic agency for overseas aid and development working towards the creation of a world that God desires to be just and compassionate. This work will be undertaken principally through the life-giving activities of aid and development.
Catholic Earthcare Australia
Catholic Earthcare Australia is an ecological agency established by the Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference to help promote understanding among people that creation is sacred and endangered, and that the natural world needs protection and preservation for present and future generations yet unborn.
Catholic Enquiry Centre
The Catholic Enquiry Centre is the national faith promotion outreach of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.
Catholic Institute of Sydney
The Catholic Institute of Sydney (CIS) seeks to be a community of faith and learning, a community whose members work together through scholarship and service to bring the Gospel into dialogue with Australian Culture.
Catholicireland.net is a registered charity set up to promote and support the work of the Catholic Church in Ireland and abroad on the World Wide Web.
Screen shot 2014-07-15 at 2.33.05 PM Catholic Mission

Catholic Mission is the international mission aid agency of the Catholic Church in Australia. Compelled by the message, life and love of Jesus Christ, Catholic Mission forms Australians for mission and raises funds for mission - in Australia and around the world.

Catholic Outlook
Catholic Outlook is the official publication of the Diocese of Parramatta. Catholic Outlook aims to inform the Catholic community about diocesan events and matters of Church teaching.
Catholic Weekly
The Catholic Weekly, is the official organ of the Archdiocese, to provide a single editorial voice for the Church in Sydney. The Weekly seeks to take on a broader reach beyond the white Anglo-Celtic Catholic to the wider, truly universal, contemporary Church in Sydney.

Catholic Social Services Australia

CSSA is the Church's peak national body for social services in Australia. Its 60 member organisations provide social services to over a million Australians each year, delivering services to local communities in metropolitan, rural, regional and remote Australia. 

Christian Research Association
The Christian Research Association was formed in 1985 to serve the churches of Australia. Its task is to provide up-to-date and reliable information about religious faith and church life in Australia.
Council for Australian Catholic Women
The CACW wishes to reflect the dynamic nature of the community of women praying, living and working in the Catholic Church in Australia.
BB.Diocesan.logo Diocese of Broken Bay
The Diocese of Broken Bay serves the people of God and outreaches to communities from northern metropolitan Sydney to the Central Coast of New South Wales.
The Discalced Carmelites
The Discalced Carmelites are men and women dedicated to contemplative prayer and ministry within the Catholic Church, with communities across the world.
Eureka Street
Eureka Street has been a monthly, and briefly bi-monthly, print magazine for the past 15 years, commencing in March 1991. It has always styled itself a publication on public affairs, the arts and theology.
The Franciscan Friars
The Franciscan Friars are a group of men committed to living together a simple life of the Gospel in the footsteps of St Francis.
The rule and life of the Friars is: "to observe the Holy Gospel of Our Lord, Jesus Christ."
Jesuit Communications
Jesuit Communications offers magazines on prayer, spirituality, Catholic life, theology, current affairs and the arts connecting Ignatian philosophy and spirituality to everyday life. They publish for all age groups and for a wide variety of life experiences.
Kairos Catholic Journal
The Kairos Catholic Journal is a Melbourne based publication, distributed fortnightly. The journal has been the recipient of numerous Australian Catholic Press Association, and Australasian Religious Press Association Inc. awards.
Liturgical Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane
The Liturgical Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane aims to encourage the full, conscious and active participation of all people in liturgical rites that are noble in their simplicity yet powerful in their expression of the sacred mysteries.
Redemptorists' Majellan Publications
Our Majellan magazine offers readers topical articles about family life from a Christian perspective. This little magazine will nourish your faith and give your spirits a lift!
Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart
The Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart, often called the Josephites ('Brown Joeys'), were founded in 1866 by Mary MacKillop and Reverend Julian E Tenison Woods. Wherever we are, whoever we are, whatever we do, we are called to relieve suffering and bring hope.
St Vincent de Paul Society
The St Vincent de Paul Society's 40,000 members and volunteers work hard to assist people in need and combat social injustice across Australia. Internationally, the Society operates in 130 countries and has over 950,000 members.

Our Sponsor

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of our sponsor.

The Franciscan Friars
The Franciscan Friars are a group of men committed to living together a simple life of the Gospel in the footsteps of St Francis.
The rule and life of the Friars is: "to observe the Holy Gospel of Our Lord, Jesus Christ."