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A Landmark Conference Tuesday-Wednesday 23-24 April 2019 This conference is now SOLD OUT. Places are still available to attend the evening public events which are open to non-conference participants. Daily conference sessions from 9am-5:30pm Evening events commence at 7:30pm This conference will feature panel discussions, working groups, a hypothetical, and international networking. It will have a highly interactive format, with both lead-up and follow-up activities. Open to all who care for the Earth and humanity’s future, reflecting deeply on and…Find out more »
Just and Ecologically Sustainable Peace: The ethical imperative of our time This conference will feature panel discussions, working groups, a hypothetical, and international networking. It will have a highly interactive format, with both lead-up and follow-up activities. Open to all who care for the Earth and humanity’s future, reflecting deeply on and engaging in the journey to: A Just and Ecologically Sustainable Peace. About the Conference Why Now? At no stage, during the 200,000 years of human evolution, has our…Find out more »
Mission: one heart many voices 2019 is for those who are inspired to strive creatively for justice, peace, reconciliation and God’s mission of love. As we journey together towards Plenary Council 2020, the conference is a unique opportunity to listen, converse and experience the many and diverse voices that are an expression of the one heart of mission. The conference will explore the complexity and issues surrounding leadership, formation, theology and the practice of mission. Over three days Mission: one…Find out more »
Freedom, autonomy and responsibility: Finding the balance in Catholic education and the law in a global context.
Freedom Autonomy and Responsibility Conference This conference seeks to create a forum for legal and educational experts to cast light on the changing situation for Catholic education in legal contexts around the world and forge new paths through real and emerging challenges. Hear from a range of leading international scholars on contemporary issues in the relationship between religion and the law in the context of Catholic education. Hosted by Australian Catholic University in collaboration with The Kellogg Institute for International…Find out more »
15TH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF THE AUSTRALASIAN MERCY SECONDARY SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION The 2019 AMSSA Conference will be held at Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy College, North Sydney from Thursday 8 August to Saturday 10 August. Click here to view the full conference program. Registrations are open; click here to book. 'Speaking the Silence' is the theme of the 2019 biennial conference of the Australasian Mercy Secondary Schools Association, involving over 200 Mercy school leaders and educators. The purpose of the conference is to…Find out more »
STEWARDS OF THE MISSION ENCOUNTERING A ‘CHANGE OF ERA’ Registrations are now open for Governance Symposium The Catholic Health Australia 2019 Governance Symposium will explore the theme "Stewards of the mission encountering a ‘change of era’." The Symposium will explore a number of challenges ahead for those who are members of operational boards or who are trustees, including the Royal Commissions into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, banking and finance, and aged care. Delegates will examine the various models…Find out more »
Under the Auspices of His All Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I and with the support of the World Council of Churches (WCC) - Care for Creation, sustainability and climate justice (Ecological and Economic Justice) VENUE: Orthodox Academy of Crete in Kolympari, Chania, Greece (www.oac.gr) 6th International Conference on Ecological Theology and Environmental Ethics (ECOTHEE 2019) — World Council of Churches The Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC) is an ecclesiastical Foundation exercising the dialogical witnessing and the liturgical diaconia of…Find out more »
"In the world we dream of, all are welcome, all belong." Friends of the Earth Climate Frontlines, The University of Queensland’s Human Rights Consortium, the Pacific Islands Council of Queensland and Pacific Climate Warriors 350 invite you to be part of our one-day human rights and climate change conference. This one-day event will bring together speakers from across Australia and the Pacific to identify the specific human rights, including Indigenous rights, challenged by the climate crisis. It will also create…Find out more »
The Future Governance Working Party will conduct a seminar on lay-led canonical governance to ready both ministry leaders and Institute members for potential new governance arrangements. ATTENDANCE BY INVITATION ONLY The Institute Leadership Team will invite Community Leaders, the Chair and CEO from each Ministry to a gathering at the Catholic Leadership Centre Melbourne, on Monday 21 October 2019. The program will include an update from the Future Governance Working Party as well as open discussion on the recommended model.Find out more »
The Colloquium for Ageing Perspectives and Spirituality (CAPS) as part of the ACC&C is pleased to host the 8th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality on the theme of 'Changing Cultures of Ageing and Spirituality' will be held in Canberra at Old Parliament House on 27-30 October 2019. AUD$650 for Conference - Early Bird (close 31 May 2019) AUD$725 for Conference (31 May 2019 to 14 October 2019) AUD$550 Student/Concession AUD$300 for Single Day AUD$250 Sunday Workshops AUD$100 Dinner Registration closes 14…Find out more »
Monday Nov 4 2019 - Friday Nov 8 2019 Catherine demonstrated great tenderness to those who were sick. In the context of today's ethical challenges, explore the values that motivated Catherine and the early Mercy women to provide comfort to the sick. Cost: €620 (Residential) - €410 (Non-Residential) Ticket Sales end on 31 October - Maximum places: 30 Registration fee (to secure your place) €50.00 Residential Accomodation and all meals provided.Find out more »
Faith in Action: A religious response to the climate emergency The Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) warmly invites you to participate in our inaugural national Conference. The Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture is an official sponsor. ARRCC has a unique role in Australia in bringing together diverse people of faith as witnesses to both our common humanity and respect for the earth. Local faith groups in many different parts of the country have supported ARRCC initiatives such…Find out more »