Useful Links


Chinese Catholic Community – Brisbane, Australia

Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane

Catholic Chinese Community – Melbourne, Australia

Pan Australia CCC
Joining the eight Chinese Catholic Communities in Australia

Centre for Multicultural Pastoral Care – Brisbane
The Centre for Multicultural Pastoral Care (CMPC), an ecclesial agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane responds to and advocates for the needs and concerns of migrants, refugees, refugee claimants and people on the move regardless of their race, creed or nationality. CMPC, when called upon, also helps to coordinate in the action of multicultural pastoral care within parishes and other Church organisations.


Catholic Youth

Xt3 – More than a Social Network
Xt3 is a content-driven Catholic social network born out of WYD08. Xt3′s mission is to provide authentic, genuine formation through their resource library, podcasting channel, and daily news feed. Join now to connect with people who want to make a difference, and build a better world. for Catholic Youth
Leading Teens closer to Christ – daily mass readings, blogs, podcast, wall papers, articles, and more!

WYD 2011 Madrid – Pan CCC Home Page
Our pilgrimage will take us through Paris into the Taizé community, and onwards to Days in the Diocese, before we travel to Madrid. Rooted in Jesus, we carry our cross on a life changing journey that will be challenging yet rewarding, sour yet sweet.

World Youth Day 2011 – Madrid, Spain
World Youth Day 2011 is a Catholic event expected to be held over six days from August 16 – 21 2011 in Madrid, Spain focused on youths. Pope Benedict XVI revealed the location of the event at the final Mass in Australia at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse during World Youth Day 2008.

World Youth Day 2008 – Sydney, Australia
The 23rd World Youth Day 2008 was a Catholic youth festival that started on July 15 and continued until July 20, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. It was the first World Youth Day held in Australia and the first World Youth Day in Oceania. This meeting was decided by Pope Benedict XVI, during the Cologne World Youth Day of 2005. The theme was “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you” (from Acts 1:8). About 300,000 young people from 200 countries attended during the week, and more than 1,000,000 came for the weekend. They were joined by about 600 bishops and cardinals, as well as by 6,600 reporters.


Catholicism & Other Resources

Vatican: the Holy See

Our Daily Bread
Catholic Spiritual & Information Resources for Daily Renewal

Catholic Resources
For Bible, Liturgy, Art and Theology

Patron Saints Index
Notes about your extended family in heaven

Bible: New Standard Revised Version (NSRV)
NSRV is the Bible used in the Catholic church

Everything about the Catholic church