Newman and Chesterton Seminar in Melbourne this Saturday

with Guest Speakers:
Bishop Peter Elliott
Rev Dr Austin Cooper
Rev Dr Lawrence Cross
Mr Anthony Krohn

The Caroline Chisholm Library (3rd floor, 358 Lonsdale Street, MELBOURNE)

Morning Seminar at the Library

Saturday 28th February, 2009
9.30 am-12.30 pm

Programme

Chairman: Bishop Peter Elliott (Director of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage & Family, Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne, Author and scholar in sacramental and liturgical theology.)

9.30-10.30 – Keynote Talk “Newman as Pastor” – Rev Dr Austin Cooper OMI (Fr Cooper is a church historian and a highly regarded author and lecturer in Christian spirituality.)

10.30-11 am – Talk 2 “Newman & Revelation” – Very Rev Prof Lawrence Cross (Centre of Early Christian Studies , Australian Catholic University.)

11- 11.30 am- MORNING TEA

11.30-12.30 Talk 3 & Panel Discussion “100 Years After The Man Who Was Thursday” – Mr Anthony Krohn (Library Secretary, Barrister.)

Seminar Lunch : A light and reasonably priced lunch with the speakers will follow for those interested at 1pm at The Celtic Club at the corner of La Trobe and Queen Street – two blocks from the Library. Note: Pay for lunch separately at the Celtic Club.

Registration including refreshments:
$15 full registration
$10 concession.
The Newman & Chesterton Seminar
Bookings & Payment
To: The Caroline Chisholm Library 3/358 Lonsdale Street; MELBOURNE
Phone: 03 9670 1815
Email: cclibrary@bigpond.com

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5 responses to “Newman and Chesterton Seminar in Melbourne this Saturday

  1. Tony

    Newmand and Chesterton Seminar in Melbourne this Saturday

    Are sneaking in a verification game entry?

    😉

    temat: that carpet square under the dining room table

  2. Schütz

    Thanks, Tony. I will fix that little error!

  3. Louise

    Oh for Heaven’s sake! Why don’t wew get the good stuff in Tassie???

  4. Joshua

    I’m so envious!!!

    Please remember me to Fr Austin, who taught me Christian Spirituality (1st semester: first millennium writers; 2nd semester: a few Counter-Reformation types, then all Anglicans!) in 1999. He’s a good egg.

  5. Kiran

    I am now wondering whether I should use this as an excuse to fly down to my favourite Australian city for this….

    datone: A way of making up for one’s sins by abstaining from dates for a specified period.