Jesuit Communications (Jesuit Media) was established in 2005 as a media organisation serving the Catholic Church, as well as providing communications support for the Jesuit Province Office.

Jesuits in Australia have been publishing materials for the Catholic community for more than 100 years. Madonna magazine first began publishing in November 1897 and continues to be published today. Eureka Street was first printed in 1991, and became an online journal in 2006. Australia’s largest Catholic publication, Australian Catholics, was established in 1993.

Jesuit Communications currently provides digital material from Eureka Street, Daily Prayer, Catholic Teacher, and Parish Life free of charge.

We also strive to keeps prices for our print magazines affordable to as many people as possible.

Throughout the year we run two fundraising campaigns (Winter and Christmas), where we ask you to consider purchasing raffle tickets or making a donation to assist with our ongoing publishing costs. Communication will be posted or emailed to you at the time of the campaign.

You may prefer to make a donation (at any time throughout the year) to the Australian Jesuit Foundation to support the charitable works of the Australian Jesuits. Donations (over $2.00) to the Australian Jesuits Foundation are tax deductible).

Click here to donate the Australian Jesuit Foundation.