Here we present a list of Australians formed by the Cardijn movements who have achieved significantly in the movements or in other fields.

Bill Armstrong AO: Former YCW national president, later CEO of Australian Volunteers International

Bernie Bicknell: Melbourne YCW leader, later Mitre 10 CEO

Gregory Crafter: Former YCW extension worker in North Queensland, later State minister in South Australia

Archbishop Len Faulkner: Former Adelaide YCW chaplain

Sr Stephanie Hayes SGS: Secretary to Frank McCann at the YCW Cooperative befor joining the Good Samaritan Sisters

Monsignor John F. Kelly: YCW chaplain in Melbourne and well known educationist

Michael King: YCW national treasurer, owner of Kings Australia Funerals, now chair of Barwon Water

Fr Charlie Mayne SJ: Lecturer at Corpus Christi seminary in Melbourne and great promoter of the Cardijn movements

Michael Pascoe: YCS national leader

Elizabeth Proust AO: Former Australian YCS leader

Bill Scales AO: Former Melbourne YCW leader, later high profile public servant, now chancellor of Swinburne University

John Schumann: Former YCS member and Redgum lead singer

Robert Stary: Former Melbourne YCW leader and well known criminal lawyer