The Bridge Newsletter

What is The Bridge?

The Bridge is one of the primary resources of the National Centre for Evangelisation, an agency of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.  It seeks to serve those who are striving to share their Catholic faith.  Published electronically every two months, it will provide stories of inspiration and faith formation.  It will keep you up-to-date with Catholic events and resources.

From early 2019, through to April 2020, The Bridge was published in both hard copy and digital version.  See below for links to our archived editions.

Prior to 2019, The Bridge was called Ausvangelist.  An archive of these issues can be found at the Catholic Enquiry Centre website.

Who is The Bridge for?

Through Baptism we are all called to share the Good News of Christ. Proposing the Catholic faith, or talking about God or Jesus, does not come naturally to everyone.  Some of us wish to become more confident and competent about the faith, and in our ability to tell our own stories and why we choose to follow Christ. Thus, The Bridge is for everyone – young or old, woman or man, 100% involved in Church life, or just hanging in there. And, by the way, if you have a story to tell, please get in touch.

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2022 ARTICLES

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Current Issue Articles

Thinking about conversion in the RCIA process

Coffee initiative transforming lives in regional communities

Laity given “groundbreaking” role in new Bishops Council

Pastoral Ministry Network: Serving those who serve

Claire Conaghty: Pastoral ministry in Port Pirie

Wendy Stuart: A journey back home

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The Bridge was previously published in a shorter format as Ausvangelist. Those issues can be found at the Catholic Enquiry Centre website.

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