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May 2021

Gadamerian understanding and Ricoeurian symbol as it contributes to a symbolic worldview

Friday, 21 May, 11:00 am12:30 pm AEST
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The Philosophy Department at Catholic Theological College will hold a seminar for staff and graduates on Friday 21 May 2021 at 11am. Presented by Mark Craig The overarching argument of this paper is that a worldview is never literal but always symbolic, mediating an understanding of what is true about the world that is universal and provisional. My reasoning for asserting that a worldview is symbolic and never literal is based on a specific interpretation of Gadamerian truth. I will…

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Taking Care of Business: Reclaiming Community among Local Businesses

Saturday, 22 May, 10:00 am3:30 pm AEST
Old Warden’s Lodge, Trinity College Theological School, 100 Royal Parade
Parkville, VIC 3000 Australia
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Saturday 22 May 2021 10.00am – 3.30pm | Old Warden’s Lodge, Trinity College, 100 Royal Parade, Parkville Many parishes and church organisations wish to build links to local businesses, but few do. This seminar will describe how successful business engagements have been achieved, provide an opportunity to hear from current practitioners and discuss the current research in the area. The seminar will also provide an opportunity for parish and non-parish groups to do some guided planning for their own initiative.…

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June 2021

Tracing the Canterbury Trail in the Diocese of Melbourne

Sunday, 6 June, 10:00 am2:00 pm AEST
St James Old Cathedral, 2/10 Batman St
West Melbourne, Victoria 3003 Australia
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Sundays 6, 13, 20 June & 4, 11 July, Saturday 17 July The many parishes of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne reflect the rich diversity of the Anglican Communion – culturally, theologically and liturgically. Please be part of a cohort that will ‘trace’ the Canterbury Trail in the Diocese of Melbourne by visiting five very different parishes that together reflect this diversity. These visits will be hosted by a Trinity College Theological School faculty member, taking place at the main…

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August 2021

Four Conclusions of a thesis on Habermas, Taylor, Marion, and the Post-Secular Public Sphere

Friday, 20 August, 11:00 am12:30 pm AEST
Treacy Boardroom | Catholic Theological College, 278 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne, VIC 3002

The Philosophy Department at Catholic Theological College will hold a seminar for staff and graduates on Friday 20 August 2021 at 11am. Presented by Konstantin F. Tringas The paper discusses four main points concerning Habermas’ translation proviso as a method for making religious contributions available in the public sphere. The speaker also concludes by calling for the development of Habermas’ model in a more hermeneutic direction and the (political) application of Marion’s phenomenology through the employment of supplementary intellectual resources.…

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November 2021

Proclaiming the Year of The Lord’s Favour: Studies on Readings from Year C

Saturday, 6 November, 10:00 am3:30 pm AEDT
Old Warden’s Lodge, Trinity College Theological School, 100 Royal Parade
Parkville, VIC 3000 Australia
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A day for clergy and lay people to be enriched by the readings from Luke and elsewhere in the Bible for the forthcoming Church Year C. For clergy, this is a study day, providing you with resources for preaching, worship and ministry, commencing on Advent Sunday. For lay people, this is a wonderful opportunity to explore the Bible, discover its riches and deepen your spirituality. There will be plenty of opportunity for reflection, input and discussion. Led by The Revd…

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