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Synodality in Practice: Listening to the Spirit and Leading Change

This 14th National eConference will focus on engaging communities around Australia in a landmark discussion around the future vision and direction for the Catholic Church in the country.

This discussion is timed to coincide with the 2020 Plenary Council - the first such synod for the Australian Church in 80 years. 

To ensure that all viewers of the eConference can benefit equally from the experience, no matter where they are located, BBI-TAITE will be pre-recording this year's eConference, making it available for viewing by the public for two weeks, for free.
Video On-Demand

Event Details

Topic: Synodality in Practice: Listening to the Spirit and Leading Change.

Starts: 10.00am (AEST) Wednesday 8 August

Ends:  5.00pm (AEST) Wednesday 22 August

Program: Read the eConference Program

Registration: Free but registration is mandatory 

  • The link to the eConference will be sent to those who register.
  • Group Facilitators can register on behalf of a group, it is not necessary to provide each participant's details.
  • The eConference will not be available for download.
  • An eConference DVD will be produced after the event, and will be available for purchase at $29.95 (including free postage within Australia).

Speakers

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Group Facilitators

  • You may like to gather a group from your parish or organisation to watch the eConference together and facilitate some group discussion. 
  • Facilitator's questions will be added to the website over the coming weeks.
  • Because the eConference is video on-demand, you can set any date and anytime of day (up to 22 August) for your group gathering. 
  • A Facilitator poster has been prepared so that you can tailor the information for your gathering and promote it among your network or add to a noticeboard.
  • When you register, please indicate the number of people in your group.

Enquiries

If you have any questions about the upcoming eConference, please email us at econference@bbi.catholic.edu.au or call 02 9847 0030.

 

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