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Also of interest….
Against our Oath is a documentary on the MediVac campaign to enable seriously ill asylum seekers to be treated by doctors in Australia in accord with their Hippocratic Oath. The film follows the ethical conflict of doctors when the Australian government overrides their decisions for refugee patients.
 
Q&A with Dr Helen Young paediatric neurologist involved in treating asylum seekers in Australia and Nauru.
 
All are invited to a Screening of Adam Goodes "The Final Quarter" followed by a discussion about the importance of talking about racism in sport. This will be held at Preston Library on Thursday 19th March 2020 between 7:00pm-9:00pm.
 
 
You are warmly invited to a book launch of Dear Mother Dear Father by Bernadette Wallis at Catholic Theological College, 278 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne on Thursday 5 March at 5pm.
 
 

Representatives from Catholic Social Services Victoria, along with members of Victoria’s various faith communities and political leaders gathered on the steps of Parliament in Melbourne this morning to pray for the people who have lost their lives and for the devastation of land, property and wildlife caused by the recent bushfires. The special multifaith gathering was hosted by the Faith Communities Council of Victoria and the Multi-faith Advisory Group (which is convened by the Victorian Multicultural Commission

St Vincent's Health Australia, which is under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries - a Catholic Social Services Victoria member organisation - is sponsoring the upcoming edition of Paritywhich is calling for contributions to its upcoming March 2020 edition. The theme is 'The Frontline Response to Health and Homelessness', which will focus on the work and role of some of the front line services that are dedicated to providing health care and improving health outcomes to those experiencing homelessness. Deadline for contributions is 6 March 2020. Download full outline, here.
This Mass will be offered for the millions of Christians who are persecuted around the world today. Red Wednesday is a global movement to stand in solidarity with all those who are persecuted for their peacefully held religious beliefs. This Mass will commence our Red Wednesday events in Melbourne until Wednesday 27 November.

A fantastic gathering of our Laudato Si’ formation experts as pic-tured above, came to Sydney October 23rd to listen and share. This gathering is a prelude to a planned Convocation in Melbourne in September 2020.

 

 

The Catholic Social Ministry - Delivering Catholic Social Teaching through Community Services and Public Advocacy Conference will be held on Saturday 23 November, from 9am - 5.30pm in East Melbourne. It will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences about the nature, functions and priorities of Catholic Social Ministry.


 

All are invited to attend a Charity Christmas Concert in support of Maroondah Winter Shelter on Friday 22 November 2019.

Main Performer: Hiroko Sugimoto (soprano)
Guest performers: Holy Spirit Parish Choir, Yukari Echo Japanese Ladies’ Choir
Rumiko Saka (Violin soloist), Yasuharu Sugimoto.

 

Catholic Theological College would like to invite you or people you know may be interested in theology, spirituality or pastoral studies to their College Open Day on Wednesday 6 November 2019.


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