Bishop Vincent receives Catholic Religious against climate change

Pacific Calling Partnership represents 16 Catholic Religious and charitable organisations
Fr Claude Mostowik MSC (left), Sister Philippa Murphy OLSH, Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv and Sr Jill Shirvington OP (right)

Fr Claude Mostowik MSC, Sr Jill Shirvington OP and Sister Philippa Murphy OLSH visited Most Rev Vincent Long OFM Conv, Bishop of Parramatta.

These religious represent the Pacific Calling Partnership, an alliance of Catholic Religious congregations with historical and ongoing involvement with the peoples in Pacific Island nations, including Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.

Members include the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy, Dominican Sisters of Eastern Australia and Solomon Islands, Missionary Sisters of the Society of Mary, Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heat, Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education, Caritas Australia, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, Congregation of the Christian Brothers, Franciscan Friars, Marist Fathers, Marist Brothers, Sisters of St Joseph, Good Samaritan Sisters, Marist Sisters, Society of Jesus and the Presentation Sisters.



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