Saturday 22 October 2016, Doors Open 7pm

A musical that celebrates life and hope!
St. Therese’s Performing Arts Centre
cnr Edward & Florence St Essendon Mel. Ref. 28 F3
Adults $20.00 Concession $15
Primary School Aged Children $5
Flyer: Guadalupe
More information: Call Jane 0412 239 381

Friday 21 October 2016, Sreening Commences 7pm

Women's Forum Australia is pleased to bring you 'Hush' a groundbreaking new documentary that explores the issue of abortion from a uniquely pro-woman perspective.

What is the impact of abortion on a woman's health? Are there long-term psychological and physical impacts? Is there a link between abortion and breast cancer? Does having an abortion increase the risk of pre-term births in subsequent pregnancies?

'Hush' has been on the film festival circuit since its world premiere at the LA Femme International Film Festival and picked up the Golden Award at the World Documentary Awards in 2015 and Best Documentary at the Life Fest Film Festival along with multiple other awards screenings.

When: Friday 21 October 2016
6.15pm: Drinks and canapes
7.00pm: Screening commences
Venue: Lido Cinemas Level 1 675 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3121
Cost: Adults $35 Students $25 (must hold a valid Student ID card)

Monday 29 August, 7.30pm–9.30pm

Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre, Xavier College, 135 Barkers Road, Kew
The Xavier Social Justice Network presents the ‘Daring to be different’ forum, with speakers Julian McMahon, Jo Doherty and Darren Side, moderated by Shane Healy. The theme is ‘Stepping through the door: Are we ready to transform words into action?’ Simultaneously, an exhibition of Aboriginal art, ‘Synergy: Art from the heartlands’ will open (and continue to 16 September). All details are in the flyer attached.
Cost: Adult $15 Student $5
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Monday 29 August, 7.30pm

 Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville
An invitation from Edmund Rice Ministries to join Vicki Clark (Mutthi Mutthi) and Phil Glendenning (Edmund Rice Justice Centre) in an evening of ideas and discussion on this vital topic for all Australians. Reconciliation and recognition: Where are we headed? When will we get there? Supper will be served following the conversation.
Cost: Free
Details and RSVP: Kerrie on 8359 0100


Wednesday 31 August

St Vincent de Paul's St Francis Conference hosts the Social Justice in the City series.

Lectures are held at the St Francis Pastoral Centre, corner Lonsdale & Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne, on the last Wednesday of the month – February through to November, from 12 to 1.

Do join us for topical presentations by excellent guest speakers and a “cuppa” … everyone is welcome.

Our guest speaker this month is Fr Joe Caddy, Episcopal Vicar for Social Services in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, Parish Priest and the Chief Executive Officer of CatholicCare.

Fr Caddy will be speaking on "A Place at the Table: Social Justice in an Ageing Society (2016 Australian Catholic Bishops Social Justice Statement)". 

For further information please call Joan on 9895 5875.

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