We are delighted to announce "Women of Faith Leading The Way" our 2019 John Wallis Memorial Lecture in Melbourne. Date: Tuesday 13th August 2019Venue: The Madeleine Centre, Genazzano FCJ College, 301 Cotham Road Kew Bookings Click here to book through TryBooking or Phone 03 9873 5520 or Tickets available at the door on the evening. … Continue reading Women of Faith Leading The Way – with Geraldine Doogue
To tell the story of anything, you have to tell the story of Everything! From the first moment Gail Worcelo from Green Mountain Monastery in Vermont USA, began her talk in Parkes NSW, we knew we were in for something special. Gail Worcelo from Green Mountain Monastery, Vermont USAIn a room beautifully adorned by ‘floating’ panels of … Continue reading Gail Worcelo on YouTube: Our Place in the Universe
From the first moment Gail Worcelo from Green Mountain Monastery in Vermont USA, began her talk in Parkes NSW, we knew we were in for something special. In a room beautifully adorned by 'floating' panels of animals and natural environments, Gail excited and inspired the audience as she involved us in the Universe story leading … Continue reading To tell the story of anything, you have to tell the story of Everything!
There was a buzz of excitement as people gathered at Guilford Young College for the 2017Memorial Lecture. Fr Frank Moloney, a well-known scripture scholar, addressed the gathering on the topic: The Word of God in the Life of the Church: Have We Failed? In bold brush strokes, Fr Frank described the historical background of his topic … Continue reading Francis Moloney sdb draws a big crowd to the Hobart John Wallis Memorial Lecture
Finding Meaning in a Chaotic Changing World. This was the title of the John Wallis Memorial Lecture given by Frank Brennan SJ in St Theresa's Parish Centre, Toowoomba on Sunday, 7th May 2017. Some 200 people attended this lecture in which Frank explored current trends on the world scene, the issues these raise and where … Continue reading Fr Frank Brennan sj delivers Toowoomba John Wallis memorial lecture