Tag: catholic events

28 May 2024 by


Welcoming Seasonal Workers in Australia: Gift and Responsibility The 7th ACMRO National Conference will address the issues of seasonal and migrant workers in Australia, emphasising their contributions to Australian society beyond their labour. Seasonal workers come from overseas, specifically from 9 Pacific islands and Timor-Leste, and travel and work temporarily
20 May 2024 by


For our next ACI webinar, we have a very special guest from the USA, Fr Louis Cameli, Cardinal Cupich’s delegate for formation and mission in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Citing the significant historical role played by the Cardijn movements in the USA, he recently called for the Church to retrieve
17 May 2024 by


Lunch and Learn! 12.30pm – 1pm Suitable for parents and carers of young people in late primary/early secondary school.
17 May 2024 by


Dr Justin Coulson will host an engaging, professional webinar for parents and carers that discusses mental health issues in our children and young people. Justin is a captivating speaker who aims to leave his audience with genuine ‘how-to’s’ so they can help their kids right now.
17 May 2024 by


As children begin to navigate the online world, they need to know how to make decisions around consent and boundaries. This webinar will outline strategies for parents and carers, as well as support those hard-to-have conversations. Suitable for parents and carers of children in primary school.
17 May 2024 by


This 30 minute webinar provides an overview of strategies to protect, respond to and support your child online. This webinar will focus on the digital skills to protect and support young people’s mental health and wellbeing online. Suitable for parents and carers in junior secondary school.
17 May 2024 by


Catholic Mission and BBI-TAITE together have created an online asynchronous short course Introduction to Mission. It may be of interest to you or to your associates.  The intention is to bring a solid foundation in Catholic Mission to workers, administration, teachers and employees in general.  It would also be suitable