Justice Reflections From Fr. Claude Mostowik

Thirty Second Sunday of the Year

Luke provides another encounter between Jesus and those who oppose him. Those who say there is no resurrection question Jesus about it.  We sense the deceit which is an attempt at entrapment. Jesus responds not by explaining the resurrection of life after death but about our identity as ‘children of the resurrection.’ It is about how we live here and now; it is about an alternative way of living this life. God is God of the living, and to God, ‘all are alive. Luke us not speculating about the living and the dead in a vague future but is concerned as who is ‘dead’ or ‘alive’ now!

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Free Legal Empowerment Course For Multicultural Communities

Free Legal Empowerment Course

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Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education (ERCJ) and DLA Piper are organizing a 5-week free Legal Empowerment Course for refugees, people seeking asylum and migrants. The purpose is to empower multicultural communities in NSW by increasing their core legal knowledge and associated skills. The program also aims to foster integration and encourage the participants to advocate for their own rights and interests as well as pursue professional and personal goals, using the information and techniques they learn during the sessions.

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Settlement Cities Report: A Place-Based Study of Australia’s Major Refugee Settlement Destinations

The Edmund Rice Centre is proud to present the Settlement Cities Report, a major new report by the Edmund Rice Centre about the settlement experiences of refugees in Australia. The report takes a place-based approach to refugee settlement, focusing on the LGAs where refugees most frequently settle in Australia.

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