As part of the celebrations of 200 years of Catholic Education in Australia, the Marist Association of Saint Marcellin Champagnat is hosting an online symposium entitled 'Alive in God: Using creativity and imagination to open our minds and hearts to God', featuring Timothy Radcliffe OP.

Drawing on his 50 years of ministry and leadership as well as his latest book, Alive in God - A Christian Imagination, Timothy Radcliffe OP will explore with school and ministry leaders in Australia how we can use creativity and imagination to open our minds to the transcendent. In his new book he writes that we will only excite people about our faith if we show that it is the response to an invitation to live fully.

Timothy Radcliffe is a former Master of the Dominican Order. Educated at Oxford and in Paris, he joined the Dominicans in 1965 and taught scripture at Blackfriars, Oxford for many years. His bestselling books include What is the Point of Being a Christian? and Why Go to Church? He was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Oxford and is an itinerant preacher and lecturer.

Event Date

Tuesday 2 March 2021

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