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It’s not too late… An Australian Ecumenical Response To Laudato Si’

8 March 2019 – 10 March 2019 | General Interest

The Redemptorists are pleased to sponsor An Australian Ecumenical response to Pope Francis’ Laudato Si which will be held at St Clement’s Retreat & Conference Centre.

Come, join an Australian Ecumenical gathering caring about our planet and our future. Anglican Bishop and President of the National Council of Churches Australia, Bishop Philip Huggins will join leading ecologists, scientists, economists and theologians as together we look at practical way to implement the recommendation of Laudato Si’ in this land, Australia- our common home! David Marsh winner of the Australian Government Individual Landcarer Award 2017 will host a visit to his ‘Boorowa’ farm on the Sunday 10th March.

"The world's people have spoken. Their message is clear. Time is running out. They want you, the decision-makers, to act now, "Leaders of the world, you must lead. The continuation of our civilisations, and the natural world upon which we depend, is in your hands."

The weekend begins at 5.00 pm Friday 8th March with a Welcome To Wiradjuri Country. The Opening Keynote address will be delivered by Dr Ross Garnaut.

WHEN: March 8 - March 10.Begins Friday5.30 pm, ends 2.30pm Sunday.

COST:

  • Single Ensuite $400
  • Twin share with ensuite $300
  • Single room shared facilities $300
  • Saturday attendance only $50

PRESENTERS:

MOST REV. PHILIP HUGGINS: Anglican Bishop & Chair, National Council of Churches Australia
DIANNE TORRENS: Chair, Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress
DR ROSS GARNAUT AC: Prominent Australian Economist
PROFESSOR ANTHONY KELLY CSsR: Doctor of Theology, Member International Theological Commission (2004-14)
JACQUI REMOND: Co-founder Global Catholic Climate Movement
PROFESSOR JOHN WILLIAMS: Adjunct Professor in Public Policy and Environmental Management ANU
PROFESSOR QUENTIN GRAFTON: Director Centre for Water Economics, Environment & Policy, ANU.
DR JASON JOHN: Uniting Earth Ministry
DAVID MARSH: Master of Sustainable Agriculture, Farmer in Boorowa

Phone: 02 6380 5222
Email: info@stclement.com.au