9 September 2018
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Catalyst for Renewal and The Grail in Australia invite you to our biennial
ROSEMARY GOLDIE LECTURE
SPEAKER: JOHN L. ALLEN Jr.
MC: Geraldine Doogue AO
SUNDAY 9th SEPTEMBER 2018
2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
VERBRUGGHEN HALL at the SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC
MACQUARIE STREET, SYDNEY
“POPE FRANCIS’ EFFORTS FOR REFORM, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE AUSTRALIAN CHURCH PREPARING FOR ITS PLENARY COUNCIL.”
John L. Allen Jr. is the editor of Crux, specialising in coverage of the Vatican and the Catholic Church. He has written nine books on the Vatican and Catholic affairs and also is a popular speaker on Catholicism both in the United States and internationally. The London Tablet has called John “the most authoritative writer on Vatican affairs in the English language”.
Bookings Essential: all seating is ‘General Admission’.
Tickets are $30 per person: Available through TryBooking from 2 July
Enquiries: contact The Secretary, Catalyst for Renewal
T: 02 99907003 (Message Bank) PO Box 265 Swansea NSW 2281
E: firstname.lastname@example.org ; W: www.catalystforrenewal.org.au
On the edge of the Botanic Gardens, across from the Sydney Opera House, is the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, a campus of the University of Sydney, and within is the Verbrugghen Hall, with a capacity of over 490 when fully utilized.
1 Conservatorium Road, Sydney
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music is located in the castle like building at the top of Bridge Street on Macquarie Street.
Rail – Wynyard, Martin Place and Circular Quay stations
Bus – any bus that goes to Circular Quay or travels along Macquarie or Pitt Streets
Closest Parking Stations: (There is no parking onsite)
- Secure Parking – Hudson Building 131 Macquarie Street www.secureparking.com.au
Sunday: enter after 9am and exit before 5pm $18.00 Pay $28 upon arrival, have the parking ticket validated at the Conservatorium front counter. A $10 refund is given on departure.
- Sir Stamford Hotel – 93 Macquarie Street (enter via Albert St)
- Wilson Parking – Sydney Opera House (enter via Macquarie St)