The three parish schools can be accessed here:
The Holy See:
World Youth Day, Crackow Poland (Australia)
World Youth Day Sydney:
Australian Catholic Organisation Sites:
National Office For the Participation of Women - Australian Catholic Bishops conference
Australian Catholic Social Justice Council:
Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne:
Catholic Views and Opinions:
Catholic Media Online:
Catholic Australia :
Eureka Street - A publication of Jesuit Communications Australia (news, features, theology):
Madonna Magazine - a Jesuit publication of prayer and spirituality for today's Christian:
Fr Ron Rolheiser, OMI:
The Hunger Site:
Archdiocese of Perth Justice Page:
Edmund Rice Centre:
On Line Ministries:
For young adults:
- Launched by the Catholic Church for the younger generation in search of meaning and to meet and dialogue via the online tools they are comfortable with (religious-themed blogs, chatrooms, forums and webcasts)
Catholica: A vigorous discussion on Catholic spirituality, theology and faith for adults seeking to enrich their lives.
Dictionary of Biblical Imagery - an encyclopaedic exploration of the images, symbols, motifs, metaphors, figures of speech and literary patterns of the Bible
Hierarchy of the Catholic Church - http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/
U.S. Study websites
100 remarkable Professors and Scholars theology students should know about (click here)
US Guide to some online Theology Degree Programs - http://theologydegreesonline.com
Some Christian Education Colleges in the U.S. http://www.christiancolleges.org.
Website for students in the U.S. to show some faith-based Christian-studies education programs.
Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria is a membership-based non profit organization that is driven by the passion and professionalism of 241 staff, over 400 volunteers, 1411 members, a board of directors and other supporters.
This year we assisted 1700 people affected by mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression and bipolar disorder who needed specialised assistance to overcome the disabilities these illnesses cause. We also work with their family, friends, carers and employers.
We provide people with a network of evidence-based services offering individual pathways through psychiatric rehabilitation. We also prioritize community education and advocacy. Everything we do is aimed at providing people with homes, jobs and relationships.
Mind (formerly Richmond Fellowship Victoria and South Australia) is one of Australia’s largest non-government providers of mental health services to people living in the community and seeking to rebuild their lives. In addition to supporting the recovery of people with a mental illness we also assist people to break the cycle of homelessness and find safe and secure accommodation.
Mind provides services for people experiencing serious mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, severe depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder.
Is Australia’s largest youth-focused mental health organisation.
Orygen Youth Health is:
* A specialised youth mental health clinical service
* An internationally renowned youth mental health research centre and
* A youth mental health training and communications program
(Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation - If you or someone you know is going through tough times we can help)