Reflection Morning Hunters Hill April 2023

Join Associate Professor Sr Michele Connolly rsj in reflection on Christian life.
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  •  1 April 2023
     9:30AM - 12:30PM

Sr Michele Connolly rsj

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Come and enjoy some reflection, silence and solitude in the beautiful Marist grounds. Holy Name of Mary Church is usually open.

Typically, our reflection mornings follow this format: we begin with an input from our speaker, followed by a period of personal reflection. You might take some morning tea at this time if you wish. We try to maintain the silence. There follows another period of input. Then there is another period of reflection. You may stay in the hall, wander in the grounds or find a spot to sit in the sun. Finally, we gather for conversation with our presenter and each other.

Please put some time aside for yourself and join us for this beautiful experience.

Associate Professor Michele Connolly is a Sister of St Joseph of Lochinvar in the Hunter Valley, NSW. From 1976 she taught in secondary schools of the Maitland diocese. In the late 80s she began theology studies, first at the Yarra Theological Union in Melbourne and then at the Catholic Theological Union, Chicago in 1990, graduating with M. A. (Theol.).

In the early 90s she taught New Testament at Catholic Theological Union, Hunter’s Hill and in many parishes and spiritual renewal centres.

After returning from studies for the PhD in New Testament at the Graduate Theological Union, in Berkeley, California, she joined the faculty of CIS in 2001 to teach New Testament Studies.


Cnr Mary Street and Gladesville Road, Hunters Hill, New South Wales, 2110


There is a parking lot in front of the hall and more parking on the street. Enter via Mary St.

It is a 10 to 15 minute walk from Hunters Hill bus stops and shops. Proceed via Gladesville Road.

Before or after daytime events, you may wish to take extra time to enjoy the beautiful Marist grounds. Holy Name of Mary Church is usually open.