Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Catholics Call For Inclusion And Recognition With New Website

Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Catholics Call For Inclusion And Recognition With New Website‘I am a pre-lingual Deaf person who communicates through Australian Sign Language (Auslan). I would like two things: a Mass from time to time in Auslan in the Deaf Community and inclusion in the life of my parish.’

Did you know that there are, at least, 2,500 Deaf Catholics in Australia who use Auslan (Australian Sign Language) as their first language?

#Tech-Savvy Catholic Youth Festival

#Tech-Savvy Catholic Youth FestivalThe rapid pick-up of new social media applications by Catholic youth is playing a major part in the coordination, planning and delivery of the next Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF) to be held in Adelaide in December.

“Over the last five years social media has become an essential part of communicating any event, particularly to young people,” said Gabrielle Sinclair, project manager for the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) Office for Youth.


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