Pope Francis has a knack for making startling statements that catch people’s attention.
Articles in Justice and Peace
Transportation projects are managing not only commuting and congestion, but also broader social issues like job access and even infant mortality. It can be done. Justly. Get in on the debate in your local area!
Will you remember them, and victims in Syria (gone from the USA news cycle) and victims throughout the world this Holy Week? Will you march as you process this Passion Sunday?
Voice of the Poor Advocacy gets heard on the Editorial Page. Sometimes we wonder whether we have to stand on our heads for what to get people to listen.
The St Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia says repairs to the Budget must not come at the expense of the most disadvantaged people in our community.
Federation NGO Newsletter and changing of the guard
Pope Francis Confronts Slavery in World Day of Peace Message – ‘Do not be complicit, indifferent to tragedy of exploitation,’ pope says
In these challenging times, is it still possible—even in the face of serious threats—for a people and a nation to defend and conduct themselves in ways that consistently demonstrate respect for human dignity, and that put the Gospel into practice?
Dr John Falzon’s contribution to social work has been recognised with a nomination for the Human Rights Medal for being a passionate advocate of social justice and equality as CEO of the St. VIncent de Paul Society Australia.
Hunger Games – A Walmart alert! … The report, named Walmart’s Hunger Games, links Walmart’s business practices to the hunger of its workers.
The Catholic Church “is a mother without limits and without borders”, welcoming and assisting all of God’s children, particularly those fleeing violence, oppression and poverty. Pope Francis
Pope Francis: ‘The hungry ask us for dignity, not for charity’ – Echoing sentiments Vincent de Paul would express, Pope Francis spoke passionately on behalf of the more than 800 million hungry people in the world today