- 17 April 2021
9:30AM - 12:30PM
Fr. Peter Maher & Paul Harris
We live in an increasingly polarised world and church where fear interrupts hope and the complexity and confusion of life militates against action for justice and love and finding God present. Is there an antidote to this way of living?
We will look at how the marginalised and silenced feel through a gospel reflection on the way Jesus sees the homeless, refugees, LGBTIQ people, the young and people suffering trauma and illness.
Fr Peter Maher: retired Sydney Catholic priest. Editor of The Swag. 30 years experience working with LGBTIQ Catholics and 20 years with people suffering post abortion grief and loss.
Paul Harris is an adult faith formation educator. He has been involved with LGBTQIA+ Catholic ministry for the past 24 years as a member of Acceptance Sydney, a group established in 1972 for LGBTQIA+ Catholics, their family and friends.
Paul shares his journey confident that through dialogue and witness, a greater understanding of diversity evolves.
COVID-19 Safe Space. BOOKING advised: email@example.com.
Tea/Coffee provided. BYO snack-pack. Entry by donation.
For more information contact Carol Teodori: 0449 172 669
Venue: Lawson (Blue Mountains)
Reflection mornings are held in Lawson (in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney); The venue is 400m east of Lawson Railway Station, next to the car park of Our Lady of the Nativity Catholic Church. To gain access to the car park please exit the Great Western Highway onto Somers Road immediately before the church.
For railway travellers to Lawson:
Go east on the Great Western Highway. Turn right at Orient St., left into Mary St. Walk to the end. (10 min. walk)