The latest statements and media releases from the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle are listed below including those from the Catholic Schools Office, CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning and the Catholic Development Fund.
Please direct any media enquiries or requests for interviews to the Communications Team on 0419 263 901.
Helping young people get a job and establish their own independence is behind a partnership between CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning and WEA Hunter.
CatholicCare is working with the team…
'This morning we learned the news that Victoria Police have charged Cardinal George Pell with historical sex offences. As a community, we must allow the judicial system to do its job, promote due proc…
In its eleventh year, over 500 students from the 11 secondary Catholic schools across the Hunter, will take to the Civic Theatre stage this Thursday for the annual diocesan musical showcase, Diosounds…
Following it's opening in late 2016, the CatholicCare Taree Community Kitchen has continued to provide fresh home cooked meals five days a week to the people of the local community.
Now, in partnersh…
Catholic school principals from across NSW and will come together this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (24 – 26 May) at the Crowne Plaza in Pokolbin for the 2017 Association of Catholic School Principa…
On Wednesday, 24 May, 400 Catholic primary school students from across the Maitland region will gather for a special sporting gala day at Maitland Park to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the d…
Following an announcement in November 2016 confirming purchase of land and buildings located at Lochinvar from the Sisters of St Joseph, the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is officially taking carriage…
The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is pleased to report well attended mass services throughout the region this Easter season.
Many people worshipped the stations of the cross on Good Friday at Sacr…
The ancient Hebrew people, like every other human society, had to try to make sense of their world. And like every society, part of what they saw around them was a certain prevalence of greed, selfish…
Following approval by the Hunter Joint Regional Planning Council last week, the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is pleased to confirm its development of the former 'Empire' site in Newcastle's …