Since 2019 The Human Rights Law Alliance has worked to provide assistance, advice and advocacy to ordinary Australians under attack for living out their faith and convictions in public. To learn more about the Alliance click here.
In November 2017 the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference provided unanimous support and endorsement for the establishment of the first National Australian Catholic Medical Association.
This initiative, for the first time, brings together under an umbrella organisation, state Catholic Medical Associations, formerly known as Guilds of St Luke. The state organisations currently involved include; New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia. Western Australia and Tasmania are currently in the process of reviving their associations and we hope they will be a part of the National Association in the near future.
To learn more about the Association click here.
The Catholic Women’s Social Guild – now known as the Catholic Women’s League of Victoria and Wagga Wagga Inc. – was founded in the Melbourne Archdiocese in 1916 by a group of young Catholic women whose aim was to bring about change in world affairs through prayer and action. To learn more about the League click here.