Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart

On 26 May 2022, we commemorate five years since the release of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and National Sorry Day. Additionally, from 27 May until 3 June, we commemorate National Reconciliation Week. Josephine Gabrynowicz, a member of and on behalf of the Josephite SA (South Australian) Reconciliation Circle, has provided a response to […]

https://www.sosj.org.au/5th-anniversary-uluru-statement-from-the-heart/

Justice Now: The Peril and the Promise, Daring to Hope

Josephite Justice Network Gathering: 11-13 March 2022 At long last with Covid restrictions eased, we, the Josephite Justice Network, were able to meet face to face. Seventeen of us gathered at St Joseph’s Spirituality and Education Centre, Kincumber, New South Wales and were aware of many others who were unable to join us.

https://www.sosj.org.au/justice-now-the-peril-and-the-promise-daring-to-hope/

Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor: Social Justice Sunday 29 August

In a short space of time the peoples of planet Earth have witnessed bushfires, floods, and catastrophic environmental damage. Good people everywhere ask, “What is the right and proper way to respond?” I spoke to Olkola/Djabaguy woman Sherry Balcombe about this. “We as Aboriginal people know the Earth is the most sacred of gifts given […]

https://www.sosj.org.au/socialjusticesunday2021/

150 Days for Refugees: Josephite Justice Network Launches New Campaign

Refugee advocates and members of the Josephite Justice Network launched a new campaign, 150 Days of Action for Refugees, on 1 May for the Feast of St Joseph the Worker. The campaign is a response to Pope Francis’ declaration of 2021 as the Year of St Joseph, who was himself a refugee in Egypt and […]

https://www.sosj.org.au/150-days-for-refugees-josephite-justice-network-launches-new-campaign/