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Advocating for and enhancing the participation of women in the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn


1 Day workshop: Spirituality of Ageing: Life is for Living
27 April
Holy Trinity Parish Centre, 3 Strangways St, Curtin ACT
1 Day Workshop Cultural Competency in a Catholic Context
22 June
St Vincent's Parish Centre, 7 Bindel St, Aranda ACT
Round Table "The Equal Dignity of Women and Men in Our Church”
1 August
Haydon Hall & Zoom
Weekend Retreat Mary Magdalene, Beloved Companion: Exploring the call to be a disciple
26-28 July
The Hermitage Retreat Centre, Mittagong
Archdiocesan Assembly
18, 19, 20 October
Catholic Women’s Dinner
25 October
The Southern Cross Club, Woden

International Women's Day Breakfast

March 7 2024


The Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn Women’s Taskforce (ACGWT) is a group of women from the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn who will work together to support and promote women in the local Catholic Church. Our website is regularly updated with our activities.

If you are interested in the work of the ACG Women’s Taskforce, please get in touch.

2023 Taskforce Members and Friends

Andrea Dean, Lara Kirk, Jude Stuart, Selina Stanford, Clare Condon, Catherine Conroy, Monica Phelan, Genevieve Colbert, Carmel Lewis, Beth Gibson, Maureen Hilton, Sally Fitzgerald, Cheryl Hamill, Toni la Brooy, Helena Zobec, Helen Campbell, Tita Tabije, Winniefred Rebello, Sally Liddy, Jennifer Fischer, Basia Dobrowolska, Pauline Aylen, Samantha Hazlett, Alison Weeks, Megan Thompson.

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The beautiful logo in purple, green and antique white, featuring a water jar, cross and the Spirit was created by graphic designer Geralyn Anderson. Purple and green are the international women’s colours.

National park

The Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn encompasses six Aboriginal language groups: Wiradjuri, Walgalu, Gundungurra, Ngunnawal, Ngarigo and Yuin.
We acknowledge the Traditional owners upon whose land the Archdiocese is located and honour their spiritual heritage.

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