Learning more about becoming a foster carer is easy: you can call us, make an online enquiry or download a free information pack. Your care really can change a child's life. We'd love to hear from you.
On 9 September 2015, the Federal Government announced Australia’s decision to welcome 12,000 Syrian refugees fleeing persecution in their home country. The Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher OP, has echoed Pope Francis in calling on all Catholics to respond generously to the official Archdiocese of Sydney appeal by providing whatever assistance they can.
23 - 29 May.
This year's theme for RGAW is 'Friends and Family', because gambling does not just impact the gambler, but also has a far-reaching effect on partners, children, other family members and friends.
CatholicCare offers a range of services available to help those who are struggling with gambling.
CatholicCare Sydney is the official welfare agency of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Sydney. Our Mission, as an instrument of Christ's liberating presence in the world, is to provide for the social and emotional wellbeing of communities, families and individuals living in the Archdiocese.
Each year hundreds of people volunteer with CatholicCare Sydney and give generously of their time and energy to make a real difference in the lives of people in need. Our volunteers come from all walks of life but share a common goal: enabling the social and emotional wellbeing of communities, families and individuals living in Sydney.
General Manager of Disability, Mental Health and Carers, Daniel Culhane talks about CatholicCare’s preparation for the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across parts of Sydney from 1 July 2016.
'Cheers,’ people say as they raise their glasses, ‘Your health’.We are rarely conscious that such a toast is a prayer – for health, healing, safety, happiness – for ourselves and each other. The Risen Christ returns to us on Easter day and, raising a glass full of the new wine of the kingdom, He says: Shalom.
In 2015, CatholicCare Sydney officially opened two new homes for young people leaving the foster care system who are at risk of homelessness, as part of the Rose Gallagher Project. Since then, a group of young people have moved in, and through a generous donation they have the chance to learn important living skills as part of their independence.