Completed 2002 Programme

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Completed 2002 Programme


10 February

Annual General Meeting

The President, John Luttrell, gave his Report in which he reviewed the programme of the previous year and thanked the members and Council for their support and interest over the year. Elections saw the re-election of the previous Council.

June Barrett, archivist at St Patrick's Cathedral, Parramatta, then gave a paper on 'The first fifty years of the Faith in Parramatta'. While admitting that records are scarce and patchy, she was able to give a sense of life amongst Catholics, lay and clerical, in this early settlement.

10 March

Maitland: the making of a diocese

Dr Beverly Zimmerman examined the development of the Diocese of Maitland under its first bishop, James Murray (1865-1909). She showed how Bishop James, the priests, religious and laity all contributed to the shaping of the diocese and indeed exercised their own special influence and power, while maintaining a traditional pattern of hierarchy.

14 April

The Movement

This paper by Dr Bruce Duncan on the Movement had to be rescheduled at late notice to 2003. Instead members of the large gathering took the opportunity to describe how the Movement had affected their own lives. Some bad significant contacts with important figures such as Archbishop Mannix, B.A. Santamaria, and Dr Paddy Ryan. This impromptu sharing of Movement experiences turned out to be quite an interesting and novel form of Society meeting.

19 May

The Ecumenical Movement in Australia

The journey of Catholics in Australia from distrust and condemnation of other Churches to dialogue and reconciliation has been remarkable. Sr Trish Madigan op, outlined how this development had occurred both internationally and in Australia. As a member of the Sydney Commission for Ecumenism she was familiar with the sustained efforts which had produced progress on many ecumenical fronts in recent decades.

19 June

Visit to Greek Orthodox Church, Kingsford

Complementing our May meeting was a visit to St Spyridon's Greek Orthodox Church at Kingsford. There the parish priest, Fr Stephen Scoutas, outlined the history of the split between the Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches since the 11th century and spoke of current Orthodox desires for a return to unity. He then described some of the features of Orthodox worship and of the church of St Spyridon. The parish then treated us to lunch in the parish centre.

14 July

Troubled Times: an overview of the history of the Catholic Federation of NSW 1910-24

The Catholic Federation of NSW is little remembered today, but in the early 20th century it attracted a strong partisan following by Catholics. …

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