I’m not going to be able to get to this, but some of you might. It looks good. HT to Tom.
BTW, I am going to be in Sydney, however, for Bishop Anthony’s installation at Parramatta, and am staying over for another event on Saturday night, coming home on Sunday morning.
If any Sydney-siders at the Commentary Table would like to get together for a REAL glass of port (or red wine or coffee) on Friday 5th or Saturday 6th March, I would be delighted to meet you.
And now for that public meeting:
The Ambrose Centre for Religious Liberty and the University of Notre Dame present
PROFESSOR GERARD BRADLEY
AND DR MICHAEL CASEY
DOES RELIGIOUS LIBERTY MATTER?
Does the Catholic Church have a role in public debate?
A public meeting will be held on this subject at
7.00pm Tuesday 9 March 2010
St Benedict’s Hall, University of Notre Dame Australia Broadway Campus
Corner of Abercrombie St & Broadway, Sydney
PROF. GERARD BRADLEY
University of Notre Dame, Indiana USA
DR. MICHAEL CASEY
Private Secretary to Cardinal George Pell
in reply: MOST REV. JULIAN PORTEOUS
Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney
Chair: ROCCO MIMMO LLM
Founder & Chairman of the Ambrose Centre
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear two expert speakers, highly qualified on this subject, discuss: The importance of religious values in public life The progress of radical secularism to the detriment of religious liberty
All are welcome.
Parking is available at Broadway Shopping Centre. The venue is also close to Central Station with Broadway/Parramatta Road buses stopping right outside.
The Ambrose Centre For Religious Liberty has been established to defend religious freedom as one of the foundations of human rights, second only to
the right to life. The Centre is a non profit organisation with a Chairman, Board of Advisors, representing various faiths, and International Advisors.