First Catholic institutions join the Scheme

The first Catholic institutions, represented by Australian Catholic Redress Limited, have joined the National Redress Scheme. This first group representing 27 out of 35 Catholic Dioceses and Archdioceses within Australia are listed below. In addition the first Catholic Religious Order has also joined the Scheme. We expect more Catholic institutions to join in the coming months. The institutions now participating in the Scheme are:

Archdioceses and Dioceses

  • Archdiocese of Adelaide
  • Archdiocese of Brisbane
  • Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn
  • Archdiocese of Hobart
  • Archdiocese of Melbourne
  • Archdiocese of Sydney
  • Diocese of Armidale
  • Diocese of Ballarat
  • Diocese of Bathurst
  • Diocese of Broken Bay
  • Diocese of Cairns
  • Diocese of Darwin
  • Diocese of Lismore
  • Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle
  • Diocese of Parramatta
  • Diocese of Port Pirie
  • Diocese of Rockhampton
  • Diocese of Sale
  • Diocese of Sandhurst
  • Diocese of Toowoomba
  • Diocese of Townsville
  • Diocese of Wagga Wagga
  • Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes
  • Diocese of Wollongong
  • Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Saint Maron of Sydney (Maronites)
  • Military Ordinarite of Australia
  • Syro Malabar Eparchy of St Thomas
  • The Society of Jesus (the Jesuits)

 

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1 thought on “First Catholic institutions join the Scheme

  1. Overlapping similarities, or parallels, are becoming all too revealed. Survival of this (hidden) nature of CSA Predators may last a long time, but please remember YOU’RE NOT ALONE.

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