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People are warmly invited to attend A Witness to God’s Peace: A Jean Vanier Symposium.
BBI – The Australian Institute of Theological Education is hosting an exclusive symposium exploring the life, writings and ministry of Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche and the 2015 Templeton Prize winner. This free event will feature an […]
January 30th, 2017 | Category: Other Messages | Comments are closed
View the contributors to the AFTINET forum, held April 20th, 2016 and NSW Parliament House.
Dr Pat Ranald – Convenor of AFTINET, “The TPP and the Australian Election”
Lori Wallach – US Public Citizen: TPP, “Presidential Race and US Congress”
Jon Edwards – Doctors without Borders (MSF): Medicines
Sarah Agar, CHOICE: […]
Don’t Miss the 2016 Singing Up Country Concert after the fabulous 2015 launch!
Featuring young Aboriginal performers singing in Indigenous language as well as young Non-Aboriginal performers.
This Guringai Festival event is part of the “Sharing the Story, Sharing the Land” partnership between the Frenchs Forest Catholic Parish community and the Northern Beaches […]
April 1st, 2016 | Category: Other Messages | Comments are closed
Matthew 25:35 “for I was a stranger and you welcomed me”
Jessica Brown from Hornsby Cathedral Parish
‘Let Them Stay’ …
Broken Bay parishioners may have noticed these words boldly standing out on their own Church notice boards of late. They are certainly eye catching … But what exactly do these words mean? […]
On Sunday 29th November, 2015, on the forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral, we are hoping that we will have lots of parishioners of the Diocese of Broken Bay attending the People’s Climate March.
Gather at 12 o’clock, for a 1pm meeting up with the remainder of the rally which will be coming from the […]
November 28th, 2015 | Category: Other Messages | Comments are closed
Tuesday 27 October 6.30 – 8pmCity Recital Hall, Angel Place, SydneyTickets from $25
The Australian dream is magnetic, attracting vastly more people than ever move away. Walk down a city street and you’ll see people from all over the world living in harmony. But our history and recent events suggest we’re anything but cohesive. […]
October 20th, 2015 | Category: Other Messages | Comments are closed
AS LONG AS YOU DID IT TO ONE OF THESE, THE LEAST OF MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS, YOU DID IT TO ME.
Vigil for those seeking asylum in our land
Australia’s religious leaders are meeting in Canberra on Thursday, 15th October to express their concern about the plight of asylum seekers throughout the […]
Light The Way is a climate justice conference for followers of Jesus.In an atmosphere of worship, we’ll listen to personal stories of people already impacted by climate change, learn about the latest climate science, explore the theology of climate justice and take action together.
On the eve of the UN climate summit in Paris […]
from the Guardian AUGUST 15, 2015 · 3:22 PM, by John Vidal
Soaring worldwide demand for the minerals used in electronic devices such as smartphones and laptops has left a legacy of social conflict and human rights violations across Asia, Latin America and Africa
John Vidal | The Guardian
August 23rd, 2015 | Category: Other Messages | Comments are closed
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