About the ACM

Information about the ACM, general in nature.

Sacramental Ministry

Prepares families for:

  • Baptism
  • Eucharist
  • RCIA


Works closely with the Victorian Aboriginal Funeral Service to comfort families by preparing the booklets, order of service and facilitating the service.


Prepares liturgies that celebrate Aboriginal Rituals and Culture 


Mass is celebrated once a month at the ACMM.  (Keep an eye on our web site for regular details). 

Liturgical Reflections

Advent, Easter and Lenten reflections are celebrated during the year.


on a very practical level is practiced within the centre.  

Speakers Program

Provides speakers for schools, parish groups, conferences, community groups and business.

Cultural Respect Workshops.

We design workshops for individual groups that address justice issues, history, culture, and spirituality.

Resource Centre

We offer a range of resource materials from audio, visual and reference books. Our team can offer advice on the wide range of talent and resources within the Aboriginal community and can assist on questions of cultural protocols.


We are available for the Aboriginal community to assist where possible in difficult time and situations.   

Invisible No More
The Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Melbourne grew from a dream - a dream of belonging, of identity, of ownership and of the unity of Aboriginal people.

This is the story of the formation of the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry between the years 1984 through to 1986. All information taken from the publication Invisible No more, information about this is available from the ACM.