Jenny Begent. In the past ten days, media
12:24 pm | Download a .pdf of this newsletter. Follow the links to full versions of these articles on this website. Pope Francis calls for a global economy with a conscience Bruce Duncan reports on the Pope’s…Aug 6 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
01:49 pm | Pax Christi National Conference & Meeting Friday 28 (evening) to Sunday 30 August Keynote Professor Tilman Ruff A world…Jun 30 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
02:05 pm | Conference. Monday 28 September 2015 8:45am-5:30pm Trinity College Theological School Trinity College Royal Parade Parkville A one-day symposium on…Jun 29 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
01:49 pm | Conference Thursday 17 & Friday 18 September 2015 St Michael’s Uniting Church 120 Collins Street Melbourne Youth forum Wednesday…Jun 29 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
08:45 pm | Vicki Clark Well known Aboriginal and a founder and leader of the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry in Melbourne for 25…May 1 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
Responses to Pope Francis’s challenge on climate change.
Creatures among creatures: toward an integral ecology.
Pope Francis: an Evangelical climate scientist reflects on Laudato Si’.
‘The Australian’ gangs up on Pope Francis.
Can mining clean up its act? Insights from the Encyclical Laudato Si’.
Pope Francis calls for a global economy with a conscience.
Pope Francis on avoiding environmental catastrophe.
Laudato Si’ & population growth: a cautionary note & my preferred emphasis.
A call to ecological conversion.
Pope Francis & the Abbott government.
Blessed Oscar Romero.
Who helps the helpers?
Realities and surprises: a (very) personal reaction to Brenda Niall’s Mannix.
Jesus and the Dreaming: Australian Spirituality through Aboriginal-Christian Dialogue.
01:51 pm | Bruce Duncan. During his July trip to Ecuador, Bolivia, and Paraguay, some of the poorest countries in Latin America, Pope Francis has voiced the anguish and concerns of millions of people who are struggling to rise out of severe poverty and marginalisation, yet who are “exploited like slaves”. Speaking to a crowd of two million…Jul 17 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
11:54 am | Responding to the social encyclical by Pope Francis, Laudato Si’, two prominent Melbourne academics spoke at an SPC forum on 9 July on Pope Francis on ‘catastrophic’ climate change, world poverty and social equity. Addressing about 40 people at the Salvation Army Hall in Bourke Street Melbourne, they said the message about the dire threats…Aug 6 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
03:04 pm | Lionel Orchard. Hugh Stretton – one of the greatest social scientists and public intellectuals Australia has produced – passed away in late July after a long illness. His legacy is vast as a thinker, writer, activist, advisor, teacher, mentor, and friend. Those of us who had the honour of his advice and support can only…Aug 31 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
11:02 am | By Bill Frilay. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) – the NGO leader on this issue – estimates that around 4,000-5,000 people were maimed or killed by landmines last year alone, and that millions more suffer from the agricultural, economic, and psychological impacts of the weapons. They estimate that there are still tens of…Sep 12 2012 / No Comment / Read More »
12:24 pm | Download a .pdf of this newsletter. Follow the links to full versions of these articles on this website. Pope Francis calls for a global economy with a conscience Bruce Duncan reports on the Pope’s July visit to Latin America, deploring the injustice in the economic world, and calling for major changes to reform “intolerable” conditions for…Aug 6 2015 / No Comment / Read More »