Catholics for Renewal
Catholics for Renewal are the closest organisation to Catholics Speak Out in terms of aim and purpose. We work together on many important issues, although we have different focuses and emphases
Australian Catholic Bishops Conference
This is the official webpage of the Australian Bishops.
Australian Reforming Catholics
ARC works to reform the Church in Australia and to keep people informed and provide a forum for people’s views to be heard.
The interesting Australian on-line magazine produced by Jesuit Publications.
Futurechurch works to drive the changes that will provide all Catholics with the opportunity to participate fully in church life and leadership.
Catholica Australia is an online, daily commentary on theology, the church, Catholicism — and is an excitingly different way of looking at faith and spirituality.
Women and the Australian Church
Women and the Australian Church (WATAC) commenced in 1984. While Catholic in origin, it is ecumenical in membership and works for an inclusive church which enables the voice of women to be heard on global and social justice issues.
Catalyst for Renewal
Catalyst for Renewal sponsors many excellent programmes including Spirituality in the Pub.
Women Can be Priests
By far the best research page anywhere on the net focusing on the ordination of women. It aims to promote research and facilitate informed discussion.
Roman Catholic Women Priests
Roman Catholic Women Priests provide a model of service that offers Catholics a renewed priestly ministry in vibrant grassroots Catholic communities where all are equal and welcome. RCWP has ordained over 145 women priests in North America and Europe.
International Movement We Are Church
IMWAC evolved out of the 1995 Church Referendum in Austria and was founded in Rome in 1996. It is committed to the renewal of the Church on the basis of Vatican II and is, by far, the largest Catholic renewal movement in the world and is represented in many countries.
Women's Ordination Conference
Founded in 1975 in Washington, DC, the Women's Ordination Conference has been a strong and effective advocate for the ordination of women in Catholicism. WOC focuses on grassroots activism and public education efforts through demonstrations, media campaigns, and publications.
Women's Ordination Worldwide
Founded in 1996 at the First European Women's Synod in Gmunden, Austria, Women's Ordination Worldwide (WOW) is an ecumenical network of national and international groups whose primary mission at this time is the admission of Roman Catholic women to all ordained ministries.
Catholic Religious Australia
The peak body for the leaders of women and men’s religious orders in Australia.