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RESource E-News
RESource E-News

29 June 2012

Welcome

The great response to the RE Conference has meant that registrations have closed. Over 300 RECs and school leaders will be at ACU July 25-27 to listen Dr Mathijs Lamberigts and other speakers and to participate in workshops and formal and informal discussion round Religious Education. Hope you are part of it. Also, as the Olympics approach, watch out for RESource's new unit on Religion and Sports.

What's On
Coming Up

Archbishop Bruno Forte in conversation with Fr Tony Kelly on Grace, Beauty, the Future of the Church. Newman College, 5.30 pm on July 8.

Archbishop Bruno Forte on the New Evangelisation at ACU on July 9 at 5.30-7.15 pm. RSVP Susanne Hermon 99265761 before July 1.

The Jewish Jesus and the Gospel Portraits with Kath Boyle at Simonds Hall, 30-31 July. Suitable for Accreditation. Register through IPLS, Code: REJ110A.

Fr Paul Murray op. Falling Towards God: Simple Prayer, Complicated Life. Newman Oratory, 6th August at 5.30pm.

I Have a Voice, an evening presented by Sr Angela Reed on the trafficking of women Yes it happens right here in Melbourne. St Francis Xavier's Hall, (at the rear of the Church), Mayona Rd, Montmorency on July 24 at 8pm. All welcome.

Have you seen:
These sites took our eye during the month

A Letter to Mother Church on the 50th anniversary of the opening of Vatican II from teacher Alice Priest expressing some of her delight in the Council and hopes for future growth.

One Hundred Prayers on the Praying Each Day site. Many of these are suitable for assemblies or classroom prayer as well as for your own personal prayer.

Teachers often enquire about interfaith sites. This one prepared by Dominican, Sr Patricia Madigan, contains many links to resources and documents in relation to other faiths.

What's it like to be you? is suggested as a good question to defuse the anger and defensiveness that often occurs in arguments between believers and non-believers.

Have you seen:
Rock band 'Music Making Sense'
Rock band 'Music Making Sense'

A new band playing 'music that makes sense' feels that it is getting its message across more effectively than most bands.

Balancing environmental concern with human need
Balancing environmental concern with human need

The Vatican has applauded the near consensus on the duty to protect the environment while also highlighting the need for human beings and their livelihoods to be protected.

Catholic Education Office