Clerical Abuse: the Human Cost to Survivors/Victims – Western (Melbourne) SIP

Spirituality in the Pub is an initiative of Catalyst for Renewal
  • 28 November 2018
    7:30PM - 8:55PM

Fr Kevin Dillon AM PP

“For more than two decades, Father Kevin Dillon has spoken for those who can’t speak out and acted for those who are crippled, particularly those affected by church-related sexual abuse… With strength, courage and perseverance, Father Dillon has publicly advocated for and privately counselled more than one hundred survivors and helped them to rebuild their lives. In 2013, he established Lifeboat Geelong to provide practical and pastoral support for victims of church-related sexual and child abuse. Humble and faithful to his priestly calling, Father Dillon’s work goes above and beyond the call of duty and his advocacy has at times been in conflict with the church hierarchy. A man of integrity, intelligence and fortitude, his actions have served to strengthen the resolve of many and to help pave the way towards healing, hope and justice.” – From 2016 VIC Senior Australian of the Year Nominee blurb.

Come along by yourself or with a group of friends!
Be open to having your thoughts expanded or challenged by the evening of conversation, which begins with our speakers, followed by conversation around tables and then by open forum across the room. The room opens off the Bistro area.
Support the club that supports Western SIP by dining there beforehand from 6.00 p.m. Dine on a table with other Western SIP participants by notifying us at admin@wsip.org.au by the day before and we will book tables for all of us. Early arrival allows time to order and enjoy your meal before moving into the room we use, which is off the Bistro area. We aim to start at 7.30 p.m. and finish by 9.00 p.m.

Venue:  

Address:
Club Italia, Furlong Rd, St Albans, Victoria

Description:

Club Italia is between the Western Ring Road and Sunshine Hospital.

Come along by yourself or with a group of friends!
Be open to having your thoughts expanded or challenged by the evening of conversation, which begins with our speakers, followed by conversation around tables and then by open forum across the room. The room opens off the Bistro area.
Support the club that supports Western SIP by dining there beforehand from 6.00 p.m. Dine on a table with other Western SIP participants by notifying us at Westernsip.club@gmail.com by the day before and we will book tables for all of us. Early arrival allows time to order and enjoy your meal before moving into the room we use which is off the Bistro area.