Sunday 1st May 2016 is the Feast of St Joseph the Worker, and is also International Workers’ Day. This day is a chance to reflect on the importance and dignity of work, and the plight of workers worldwide.
In anticipation the Feast of St Joseph the Worker, the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council has published a number of resources on the topics of Dignity and Work.
The discussion guide is divided into three sections:
Read the full Discussion Guide here.
Series paper #78: Putting People First: Pastoral letters for the Feast of St Joseph the Worker 2010–2015
The latest in the Catholic Social Justice Series is a collection of the Pastoral Letters for the Feast of St Joseph the Worker, written by Bishop Christopher Saunders from 2010-2015, during his time as Chairman of the ACSJC.
You can read the individual pastoral letters here, or you can order the Series Paper using the ACSJC order form.
The ACSJC’s quarterly newsletter, Justice Trends, covered the the content of the Series Paper in an article in the latest issue, no. 160. You can read the article here, or sign up to the newsletter via the ACSJC website.