Grail Australia News

Women & Children Under Siege in PNG: Part 1

On 26 February, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake wreaked devastation across the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG), killing 125 people and displacing an estimated 35,000. On Saturday 5 April, the highlands suffered another earthquake of magnitude 6.3 at a depth of 10 kilometres. These natural disasters are being compounded by severe outbreaks of tribal violence…
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Discovering Women of Vision in Brisbane

An event reflection from Ann Aboud. On Sunday 6 May, the Brisbane Grail group hosted the first of three meetings featuring pioneering women of faith from the book Women of Vision. This has been described as “a book that expands significantly public knowledge of the contributions of Catholic laywomen to church and society over the past century.”…
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The Faces Behind the Fight: Why Climate Change is Personal

Unless we’re in the grips of an extreme weather event, climate change can seem like a very distant issue for people living in developed countries. In sharp contrast, the effects of dangerous climate change are often keenly and intimately felt by those living in the Pacific Islands. It’s not just political or environmental – it’s…
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The Grail Meets Laudato Si’

The Grail, an international movement of women and active in Australia for 80 years, has been deeply influential on several generations of Australian women. We recognise that the young women of today will play a defining role in shaping the future of our planet. That's why we've created a new program to give young women…
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