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Research Library

ACI is developing a research library on Cardijn, lay apostolate, the history and work of the JOC and its sister movements, Vatican II, etc. Currently, we have a collection of over 2000 books and documents, including many rare historical sources.

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josephcardijn.com

The www.josephcardijn.com website has already published hundreds of articles, speeches and other documents by Cardijn and other leaders and chaplains of the jocist movements in French and English. There are many hundreds more of Cardijn’s writings that have been out of print for more than 50 years.

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Cardijn Studies Journal

Cardijn Studies is a refereed, academic journal providing a platform for publishing the latest research in fields relevant to the work of the Cardijn Institute. It is published by ATF Press, Adelaide, and has an international editorial board. First issue published in 2017

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Cardijn Resources

Cardijn Resources is a new website and newsletter currently in development that will publish resources for individuals, leaders, groups and movements wishing to make use of the Cardijn approach. Resources include Cardijn texts, scripture readings, see-judge-act enquiry resources, etc.

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Education and training

ACI launched a series of "Study Circles" sessions at Catholic Theological College, Melbourne, in October 2018. At the first session, YCW fulltimer, Marilyn Bellett outlined her work to rebuild the movement in Melbourne. In November, Stefan Gigacz examined the relevance of Cardijn's methods in the 21st century.