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The official launch of Signs of Our Times. A joint project of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane and the… Read More »Launch

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Talking with +Coleridge about Love

A conversation with Archbishop Mark Coleridge focused on the Scripture passage Hebrews 5:1-10. The text is proclaimed by Elizabeth Fort (Member of the Brisbane Catholic Justice and Peace Commission). Sandie Cornish (Director of the Office for Justice, Ecology and Peace of the ACBC) invites Scripture scholar Archbishop Mark Coleridge to provide insights on the Scripture passage. Archbishop Mark provides some of the context for the passage referring particularly to the notion of “holiness” as described in the whole of Scripture, but particularly in the Book of Leviticus chapters 17-26.

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Talking With Elise about Accompaniment

A conversation with Elise Ganly on her accompaniment of a refugee. Growing up in Port Augusta, South Australia, Elise passed the Baxter Detention Centre hundreds of times. Through her involvement in YCS (Young Christian Students) she began to comprehend that there were people beyond the barbed wire and this helped her to see the issues facing the refugees inside. While working in Brisbane as an organiser for the Queensland Community Alliance, she became involved in a refugee protest outside a hotel where 120 refugees had been detained for at least a year. For Elise, faith sometimes requires us to take “strategic action” which requires us to make difficult choices about confronting authorities and people with power.

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Planning Next Steps for Cherbourg

Part 3 of a series of three conversations with Ravina Waldren, Peter Arndt and Maree Rose. After prayerful reflection, the team plans what it needs to do to continue its accompaniment of the Cherbourg community.

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Praying About Cherbourg

Part 2 of a series of three conversations with Ravina Waldren, Peter Arndt and Maree Rose. After an acknowledgement of country and listening to Scripture there is a period of contemplation, a time of listening with the heart to what God is saying to them about the Cherbourg community and how the Spirit is moving the group in their accompaniment. Prayerful reflection and contemplation with the help of scripture and Church tradition is a vital element in the process of discernment. It lubricates the wheels of Christian social action from beginning to end.

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Yarning About Cherbourg

Part 1 of a series of three conversations with Ravina Waldren (Murri Ministry Team, Archdiocese of Brisbane), Peter Arndt (Executive Officer, Catholic Justice & Peace Commission of Brisbane) and Maree Rose (chair, Catholic Justice & Peace Commission of Brisbane). They have been yarning with Cherbourg community members since 2017 and took this opportunity to review what they had learned from their many conversations in Cherbourg.

Sharing Our Stories – Accompaniment

This video discussion shows a conversation on the pastoral theme of Accompaniment and what it means after two years of activities to bring to life the ‘Culture of Encounter.’ Members share their stories and listen to one another.

Sharing Our Stories – Dialogue

This video discussion shows a conversation on the pastoral theme of Dialogue and what it means after two years of activities to bring to life the ‘Culture of Encounter.’ Members share their stories and listen to one another.

Sharing Our Stories – Inclusion

This video discussion shows a conversation on the pastoral theme of Inclusion and what it means after two years of activities to bring to life the ‘Culture of Encounter.’ Members share their stories and listen to one another.

Sharing Our Stories – Love

This video discussion shows a conversation on the pastoral theme of Love and what it means after two years of activities to bring to life the ‘Culture of Encounter.’ Members share their stories and listen to one another.