News & Events
Catholic leaders have submitted the Church’s Annual Progress Report 2019 to the National Office for Child Safety. The Report outlines the Church’s ongoing response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. A...
Papua New Guinean members of the Oceania Province operate a service for persons with mental health issues at Madang in Papua New Guinea. The operation of mental health services in the Melanesian culture often takes one down unusual pathways – as is illustrated by...
The defining gospel story of the Saint John of God Brothers is the parable of the Good Samaritan. They share the widely held view that humanity is inflicting serious damage on what Pope Francis frequently refers to as “the Earth, our home”. The Brothers see the...
Statement by the Brothers of St John of God regarding the sentencing of former Brother Bernard McGrath. The St John of God Brothers deeply regret that any child was harmed in our care. We acknowledge with sorrow and shame the abuse perpetrated by this former member of...
The St John of God Brothers have been declared as a participating institution in the National Redress Scheme.
3rd Meeting of Religious Brothers “Tutti Fratelli”. A group of 64 Brothers from 35 different countries belonging to 14 Congregations meet in Rome.
Silver Jubilee celebrations of the St John of God Hospitaller Services at Mzuzu, Malawi, Central Africa
The 8th of March 2019 saw a significant event in the history of the Oceania Province.
The Saint John of God Institute – Casa de Saúde S. Rafael and Casa de Saúde S. Miguel – was honoured to receive this important award
The Order’s Hospitality Europe Office in Brussels has been promoting the LET IT BE project.
The Brothers of the Province participated in the National Day of Sorrow and Promise and fully endorse the Promise Statement
Working with the laity is more than simply a slogan at St John of God.
We acknowledge the important work the Commission has undertaken to expose the failures of the past and to help ensure the protection of children now and in the future.
North Richmond Catholic Martin Crew, a parishioner from North Richmond has stepped forward to defend his faith in light of last week’s figures released by the Royal Commission…
Response to Sydney Morning Herald “Paedophile scoutmaster employed at boys’ school”
Response to Sydney Morning Herald article “Brother accused of child abuse left unsupervised”.