An historical event from the 16th century which left its imprint on many areas of society throughout the centuries and launched a history of learning.
Wednesday 11 October
10.00am to 5.00pm- St Mary’s Cathedral Chapter Hall
Adult -$40. Concession – $20 (including morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea)
Enquiries: (02) 9390 5172
- Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP – Archbishop of Sydney
- Most Reverend Peter Elliott – Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne
- Reverend Mark Lieschke – Bishop of the Lutheran Church of Australia – NSW District
- Reverend Andrew Sempell – Rector, St James’ Anglican Church, Sydney
- Dr Robert Andrews – Lecturer Church History, Catholic Institute of Sydney
- Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton – Chief Rabbi of The Great Synagogue, Sydney
- Reverend Professor Gerard Kelly – President of the Catholic Institute of Sydney
inter-religious prayer gathering
Following the Commemoration during the day, there will be an Inter-religious Prayer Gathering and Reflection on The Reformation and its Relevance to Religion and Society Today.
All are welcome to this open event led by the Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney on 11 October at 6.30pm in St Mary’s Cathedral.