Drawing on our Christian understanding of the human person and the central principles of Catholic social teaching, this session will provide a basis for consideration of issues highlighted in contemporary discussions including the Bishops’ Social Justice Statement 2023–2024, climate change and Pacific Islander living, and Pope Francis’ follow up to Laudato Si’. The key premise is that Christian anthropology, which assumes an essential inter-relationality, impels us to find new ways of living together and in harmony with all of creation.
Engaging Your Faith is a series of short, online, presentations that invite participants to reflect on what it means to be people of faith in the contemporary world. Experienced lecturers from Catholic Theological College present on a variety of topics such as philosophy, spirituality, biblical studies, Christian meditation, theology, interfaith relations and issues in science and religion.
Cost: $25 per session | $40 per session (with accreditation).
Bookings close: Friday 27 October at 5pm.
Tuesday 31 October 2023