Catholic Communications

“Let us go out with courage and hope in the deep waters to the new depths of evangelisation opening up in our times – the depths of discovery and science, the internet and social media, art and beauty, the new poor in families – First Australians, migrants and refugees, the search for God, the city and rural areas, politics and economics, culture and inter-religious dialogue, the search for meaning and purpose in life. Let us go fishing with Christ!” – Archbishop Christopher Prowse

Catholic Communications

The Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn utilises a variety of mediums in communicating the message of the Gospel to the local, national and international community. Its communications team is dedicated to publicising and promoting the values and work of the Catholic Church through its interaction with parishes, Church agencies, the media and the general public.

Social Media

The Archdiocese operates and maintains social networks including Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Publications

Catholic Voice

Catholic Voice is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn. It is printed on the first weekend of each month, with 20,000 copies circulated throughout the Archdiocese.
View the articles from Catholic Voice here: www.cgcatholic.org.au/catholic-voice

My Family, My Faith

My Family, My Faith is aimed at connecting parents and families to the broader faith community of the Catholic Church. 

E-News

The Archdiocesan E-news bulletin is published every Tuesday, and contains a variety of news items and coming events. It is distributed by email to subscribers. Subscribe here

Multimedia

We are passionate in communicating to the community through various means including videos.  These are updated consistently during the year and can coincide with special biblical times of there year of which we encourage you to participate in.

Faith Resources

The Archdiocese operates an online shop that includes faith resources for parish-based groups, prayer companions, staff reflections, families and individuals. For more information, visit www.faithresources.org.au.