Leading Church thinker is coming to Melbourne

Friday 24 June 2016

Archbishop's Office for Evangelisation

The Archdiocese is pleased to present an opportunity to meet one of the Church’s leading European intellectuals and an outstanding creative thinker about the future of faith in the 21st century.

Mons. Professor Tomáš Halík focuses on the role of religion in contemporary world, inter-religious dialogue, and the dialogue between the believers and non-believers. He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. In 2014 he was awarded the Templeton Prize and recently received an honorary doctorate from Oxford University. He is Professor at Charles University, parish priest of the Academic Parish in Prague and president of the Czech Christian Academy.

You are invited to listen to this inspiring speaker while he's in Melbourne at the following events:

In praise of mercy: A Year of Mercy reflection morning
Saturday 9 July, 10am
Divine Mercy Shrine
337343 Greens Road, Keysborough
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Sunday Mass at Kings Park
Sunday 10 July, 10.30am
Resurrection Parish, Kings Park
All welcome

Accompanying the seekers
Lunchtime seminar
Monday 11 July, 12pm
Catholic Theological College
278 Victoria Pde, East Melbourne
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Healing alienation: Struggling to believe in a time of disillusionment
A conversation with Frank Brennan SJ
Monday 11 July, 56.30pm
Newman College
887 Swanston St, Parkville
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For further information, visit the website of the Archbishop's Office for Evangelisation.

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