The Caroline Chisholm Library

The Caroline Chisholm Library is a Catholic theological lending and reference library situated in central Melbourne (Level 3, 358 Lonsdale St - opposite St Francis Church). Opening Hours are 11am - 5pm Monday to Friday.

All members of the public are welcome to browse the library, use it for reference purposes or attend lectures. Persons interested in borrowing books can become library members (membership forms are avaliable at the Library).

The library catalogue is available online at the Library's website at

This blog will give details of events at the library, text of talks given at the library as well as reviews of books in the library collection.

Saturday, 13 December 2014

Communion and Liberation Now Meets at the Library

The Melbourne Chapter of Communion and Liberation now meet at the Caroline Chisholm Library every Wednesday at 8.30 pm. 

Join us to discuss the work of Fr Guissani and how Christ is acting in our lives. 

The Communion and Liberation movement was founded in 1954 by Fr Luigi Guissani in a Milanese high school. Fr Guissani described it as a “movement of presence” through which Catholics would become both more mature in their faith and could become a Christian influence by their en- counter with others at different levels of society. The movement has a particular interest in developing a response to artistic, musical and communal culture.

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