Archive for the ‘Society Issues’ Category
Editors, Peta Anne Molloy of Presentation Sisters Queensland and Anne Shay of Presentation Sisters Lismore, present a challenging Spring edition of Justice Jottings that highlights Presentation concerns with the ‘cry of the earth and cry of the poor’ – from the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize; to the Climate Conference in Bonn; to Indigenous recognition […]
Photos, updates and videos were posted daily from the 7th International Presentation Association (IPA) Assembly to the IPA website. The Assembly Opening was held on Sunday 24 September with a Welcome to Country and Indigenous smoking ceremony at North Sydney. IPA Assembly 2017 Please share this link with our sisters, co-workers, associates and friends […]
80 Presentation people from around the world will gather in North Sydney from 23 – 30 September 2017 for the 7th International Presentation Association (IPA) Assembly with the theme: Our Feet know the Way … Our Hearts carry the Light. The assembly will reflect on the IPA Mission that is both local and global, with […]
Featuring The Cry of the Earth and the effects of climate change; Presentation people responding to The Cry of the Poor; Logham’s story and actions for asylum seekers in the community; Steps towards Indigenous reconciliation; Referendum dialogues. Download Justice Jottings Autumn 2017
On October 29 the Tasmanian Presentation Sisters celebrated a major milestone of the arrival of four pioneering Sisters and their five candidates to Hobart 150 years ago. Mass was concelebrated by Archbishop Julian Porteous and Emeritus Archbishop Adrian Doyle, together with a number of priests from around the archdiocese.
Anne Henson of the Presentation Congregation Lismore writes on the currency of the charism and spirituality of the Presentation founder, Nano Nagle, for the changed conditions of our time. Download Anne’s article