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Also of interest….
Liturgy with Bishop Vincent Long & Action in Solidarity with the 267 people who face possible return to Nauru
 
Tuesday 16 February 2016, 11:00am
All WelcomeSt Patrick’s Cathedral, East Melbourne
 
Pope Francis just released his video about Care for Creation! 
Faithful in the In-Between: The Challenge of Living Religious Life in the Middle Space

CRV Executive would like to invite you to attend a Reflection Day with Sister Nancy Schreck on Thursday 10 March at the Veneto Club, Bulleen from 10.00am to 3.00pm.

Just like the Melburnians who missed the David Bowie exhibition ... you’ll be
This multi-faith Australasian Conference reflects a growing interest in issues of faith and meaning in the lived experience of disability. The name of the Conference is drawn from a book with a similar title, written by Miroslav Volf, and acknowledges the struggles and joys that are found in the experience of disability and faith. The Conference has the support of a wide number of organisations including the Jewish Christian Muslim Association (JCMA) and the Faith Communities Council of Victoria (FCCV). The Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania is providing the Conference Secretariat.

10 December is International Human Rights Day. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  

Click here for a statement from Bishop Vincent Long, Chair of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council.
 
Fr Andy Hamilton sj reflects on this day in the following terms:  "For any government, human rights can often be a nuisance. When people protest against breaches of human rights, they bring the actions of the government to scrutiny, try to prevent it from doing what it wants to do, make it rethink its plans and give it a bad reputation abroad."
Thanks to Marcelle Mogg of Catholic Social Services Australia for the following reflection

Dr Maria Harries, Chair of Catholic Social Services Australia, participated in the recent Synod on the Family in Rome.  Her brief presentation to the synod was in the context that ‘We acknowledge the sacredness of the family and we travel with its sadness and messiness’ 

Maria is also on the Truth Justice & Healing Council, and in that role will participate in the session on sexual abuse at our February 2016 conference, Review Reimagine Renew: Mission making a difference in a changing world, #MissionRenew

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