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Opening of the Great Grace Conference - Address by Bishop Peter Comensoli

In October 2012, the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the Second Vatican Council (11 October 1962) was commemorated. To celebrate this, the Holy Father has called for a ‘Year of Faith’ for the Universal Church from 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013. Among the various events to celebrate this historic moment in the Church's history, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney hosted a major national conference from 20-23 May 2013, The Great Grace, receiving Vatican II today. The focus of the conference was the reception of the Council by the Church in Australia, now and into the future. The opening address for the Great Grace conference was given by Bishop Peter Comensoli, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney, on Monday 20 May 2013. In the Archdiocese of Sydney, Bishop Comensoli is Episcopal Vicar for Life, Marriage and Family, Chair of the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools (SACS) Board, and Parish Priest of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish, Watsons Bay, amongst other mi...

-1 s2013 MAY 24
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Opening of the Great Grace Conference - Address by Bishop Peter Comensoli

Closing Address with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

Closing Address of the Great Grace Conference with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

-1 s2013 MAY 23
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Closing Address with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

Plenary - Proposing a Vatican II faith to a secularised culture - Archbishop Mark Coleridge

Archbishop Mark Benedict Coleridge was born in Melbourne on 25 September, 1948, the third of five children of Bernard Coleridge and Marjorie Harvey (both deceased). He was ordained a priest in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne on 18 May 1974 by Bishop John Kelly, then serving as Administrator of the diocese following the retirement of Cardinal James Knox. After Ordination, he worked as an assistant priest in various Melbourne parishes for a few years before studying Sacred Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute. After four years in Rome and Jerusalem he returned to Melbourne to teach Scripture. Three years later he was again back in Rome for doctoral studies, after which he returned to teach in Melbourne and was eventually made the Master of Catholic Theological College. In late 1997 he was both greatly surprised and humbled to be invited to work in the Vatican Secretariat of State. Four years later he returned to Australia and was episcopally ordained Auxiliary Bishop for ...

-1 s2013 MAY 23
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Plenary - Proposing a Vatican II faith to a secularised culture - Archbishop Mark Coleridge

Latest Episodes

Opening of the Great Grace Conference - Address by Bishop Peter Comensoli

In October 2012, the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the Second Vatican Council (11 October 1962) was commemorated. To celebrate this, the Holy Father has called for a ‘Year of Faith’ for the Universal Church from 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013. Among the various events to celebrate this historic moment in the Church's history, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney hosted a major national conference from 20-23 May 2013, The Great Grace, receiving Vatican II today. The focus of the conference was the reception of the Council by the Church in Australia, now and into the future. The opening address for the Great Grace conference was given by Bishop Peter Comensoli, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney, on Monday 20 May 2013. In the Archdiocese of Sydney, Bishop Comensoli is Episcopal Vicar for Life, Marriage and Family, Chair of the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools (SACS) Board, and Parish Priest of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish, Watsons Bay, amongst other mi...

-1 s2013 MAY 24
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Opening of the Great Grace Conference - Address by Bishop Peter Comensoli

Closing Address with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

Closing Address of the Great Grace Conference with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

-1 s2013 MAY 23
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Closing Address with Cardinal Pell and Launch of Catholic Talk

Plenary - Proposing a Vatican II faith to a secularised culture - Archbishop Mark Coleridge

Archbishop Mark Benedict Coleridge was born in Melbourne on 25 September, 1948, the third of five children of Bernard Coleridge and Marjorie Harvey (both deceased). He was ordained a priest in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne on 18 May 1974 by Bishop John Kelly, then serving as Administrator of the diocese following the retirement of Cardinal James Knox. After Ordination, he worked as an assistant priest in various Melbourne parishes for a few years before studying Sacred Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute. After four years in Rome and Jerusalem he returned to Melbourne to teach Scripture. Three years later he was again back in Rome for doctoral studies, after which he returned to teach in Melbourne and was eventually made the Master of Catholic Theological College. In late 1997 he was both greatly surprised and humbled to be invited to work in the Vatican Secretariat of State. Four years later he returned to Australia and was episcopally ordained Auxiliary Bishop for ...

-1 s2013 MAY 23
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Plenary - Proposing a Vatican II faith to a secularised culture - Archbishop Mark Coleridge

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