Good Samaritans recognise that integrity in ministry is at the heart of the call to seek God who impels us to be neighbour. As such, we are committed to creating and maintaining co-operative and harmonious relationships in Good Samaritan communities, with partners in ministry and wherever the Sisters of the Good Samaritan are invited to participate in God’s mission. Good Samaritans are committed to providing safe environments for children, young people and adults at risk; and to restorative justice.
Click for quiet reflective music and then click on Reflection: Good Samaritan Call to Safeguarding
Reflection: Good Samaritan Call to Safeguarding
Music by Chris Dutton
Responding to the call to care for adults and children at risk
‘It’s real to them, so adults should listen’: what children want you to know to help them feel safe.
Associate Professor Tim Moore
SUGGESTED FURTHER READING
National Catholic Safeguarding Standards
Australian Catholic Safeguarding Limited
The 1874 Pastoral Letter of John Bede Polding
The Eye of Faith, The Pastoral Letters of John Bede Polding (Lowden
Publishing Co Kilmore, 1977), p. 194
GOOD SAMARITAN LIBRARY
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