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Aquinas Academy and Catalyst for Renewal: Reflection Mornings

2 March, 6 April, 4 May, 1 June, 6 July, 3 August, 7 September, 5 October 2019
Come and enjoy some reflection, silence and solitude in the beautiful Marist grounds in Hunter's Hill. 9:30am to 12:30pm. No bookings, tea and coffee provided, entry by donation. All welcome. More information
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St Mark's South Hurstville: Handel's Messiah

7 April 2019
Presented as part of their Centenary celebrations, at 2.30pm, with the St George Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Dr Anthony Clarke, combined Choirs, and soloists Sheridan Hughes, Rebecca Hart, Joshua Oxley and John Antoniou. Not to be missed, at their Church at The Mall, South Hurstville. Tickets: $35.00 adults / $25.00 conc. More information and booking details
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Eremos: Quiet Morning at the Stations of the Cross Exhibition

13 April 2019
Led by Bethany Scott, with an introduction to the artworks by Doug Purnell, the curator. Artworks by 16 artists from diverse backgrounds challenge us to reflect on the familiar Easter narrative in new ways. 10am to 1pm at Northmead Creative & Performing Arts High School, 28 Campbell St Northmead. $20 ($15 members). Includes morning tea. More information and registration (closes 7 April)
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Christ Church St Laurence: Organ recital

28 April 2019
Note change to 4th Sunday. Michael Brimer (Watsons Bay) will be the monthly recitalist on the historic 1892 Hill & Son Organ. 2:00 pm, 812 George St, Sydney (just near Railway Square). Entry by 'note' donation; no bookings are necessary. Followed by afternoon tea. More information
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Spirituality in the Pub: History in the Making, following the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse

1 May 2019
Come, share a drink and engage in stimulating conversation. Speakers: Noel Debien, a religion specialist with the ABC's radio religion and ethics unit and Dr John Carmody, President of the Catholic Historical Society. 7.30–9.00pm at Paddington RSL Club, 220–232 Oxford St., Paddington. Free. More information
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St Stephens Uniting Church: Friday Music Program

3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 2019
Events include: Wilbur Hughes and other instruments; Claire Munting (mezzo soprano) and Harry Collins (pianoforte); Divas on Demand; The Sydney Camerata Quartet; and Colin Andrews (organ) [USA]. St Stephens Uniting Church, 197 Macquarie St, 1:10–1:50PM. No bookings required; donations welcome. More information
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St James Institute. God Behind the Bars: The Prison Fellowship NSW

5 May 2019
Presented by Peter Abood, State Manager of Prison Fellowship, NSW/ACT. Learn about the programs run in prisons by over 1000 men and women volunteers across Australia, and the follow up services to ex-prisoners, camps for their children and much more. 2 to 3:30 pm at St James Hall, 169–171 Phillip St. More information and registration
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Aquinas Academy. Course—Mysticism: Plain or Flavoured?

7 May 2019 (continues over 4 weeks)
What exactly is meant by 'mysticism' and 'mystics'? Often the words are associated with special people having special experiences of the divine. Alternatively, what did Karl Rahner SJ mean when he said over 50 years ago that 'the Christian of tomorrow will either be a mystic—someone who has "experienced" something—or nothing at all'? This four-week seminar considers these two questions. The first week taps our Christian tradition about a proper understanding of mysticism and mystics. The next three weeks, using passages from their writings, explores what we can learn from two 20th century authors about mysticism and the presence of God at work in their lives. Led by Thomas Ryan SM PhD. More information and registration
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Christ Church St Laurence: Organ recital

19 May 2019 cancelled
The monthly organ recital at Christ Church St Laurence has been cancelled because of building renovations. More information
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Aquinas Academy Course: A Human Search and The New Creation in Christ: Film Lectio 11

22, 29 May and 5 June 2019
Born into English middle class in 1906 and Oxford educated, Bede Griffiths OSB was a brilliant religious scholar and prolific author. This film tells his story, from his experiment with communal living in the English countryside, to his decision to become a Benedictine brother, and his creation of a meeting place for East and West at an ashram in Southern India. It was there he spent his last 37 years as a Catholic monk living as a Hindu holyman. See the film and explore the influences this exceptional man has had, and still has today, led by the presenters Marie Biddle rsj and Michael Whelan SM. Three Wednesdays at either 10am–12noon or 6–8pm. More information and registration
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Moore Theological College: A Very Short Course in Christian Ethics

25 May 2019
Run by the Centre for Christian Living, with speakers Chase Kuhn and Tony Payne, who will be teaching a simple framework for bringing the Bible's view of reality to how we should live in the midst of reality day by day—whether in our homes, our churches, our workplace or in society. Teaching you, in other words, how to do 'Christian ethics'. 9:30am to 1pm. Marcus Loane Hall at the College, 1 King St Newtown. Morning tea included in ticket price. More information More information and booking details
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Catalyst for Renewal: Forum

25 May 2019
Hear Dr Anna Rowlands, who, inter alia, is Deputy Director of the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham Uni., UK, and is a political theologian, with expertise in the work of Hannah Arendt, Gillian Rose and Simone Weil. 10am to 3:30 pm; two sessions, with BYO lunch in between; at ACU campus, 25a Barker Rd, Strathfield. $25. More information and registration details [PDF]
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St James Institute: The Poetry of George Herbert

25 May 2019
Hear Dr Benjamin Myers speak about this English poet of the metaphysical school; Welsh; Fellow of Cambridge University; ordained in the C of E; Rector at Bremerton (near Salisbury). 3 to 4:30 pm at St James' Hall, 169–171 Phillip St. (Followed by Choir of St James singing works by George F Handel.) More information and registration
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Eremos: An Evening With John Bell—Celtic Spirituality: Ancient Gifts for Modern Times

27 May 2019
Celtic Spirituality in Britain and Ireland dates back to the 5th century, but its singular gifts have only recently been valued. It emerged from rural people, who discovered and affirmed that God and faith could not be confined to what is conventionally termed 'religious' but had to be celebrated in all of life and in the physical fabric of the world. Come for an engaging evening with John Bell, best known for his passion for community and diverse expressions of faith. 6:30–8:30pm at Pitt St Uniting Church, 264 Pitt St, Sydney. More information and booking details
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Spirituality in the Pub: Sharing the Journey—through addiction

5 June 2019
Come, share a drink and engage in stimulating conversation. Speakers tba. 7.30–9.00pm at Paddington RSL Club, 220–232 Oxford St., Paddington. Free. More information

St Stephens Uniting Church: Friday Music Program

7, 14, 21, 28 June 2019
Events include: Phill O'Neill (trumpet); Presbyterian Ladies' College Baroque Ensemble; Kathryn Dries (soprano) & Callum Close (piano); Titus Grenyer (organ). St Stephens Uniting Church, 197 Macquarie St, 1:10–1:50PM. No bookings required; donations welcome. More information
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St James Institute: Letters from a Most Unlikely Friendship

13 June 2019
Ailsa Piper and Tony Doherty, co-authors of 'The Attachment: Letters from a Most Unlikely Friendship', discuss pilgrim spirituality, connecting across divides, the challenge of real friendship, and friendships that really challenge. 6:30pm at St James Hall, 169–171 Phillip St. More information