Browsing: Pub Theology Adelaide

Pub Theology Adelaide is held at the Dan O’Connell, Tynte St, North Adelaide on a monthly basis. It is a casual and relaxed forum where friends from all walks of life gather for straight talk, hard facts and real answers on our Catholic faith and how it applies to daily life.

Pub Theology Adelaide calling of peter and andrew disciples apostles fishers of men

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In this episode of Pub Theology from July 2013, Mark Doyle explains the call to be a modern day apostle by speaking on how God has called him at key moments of his life.

Pub Theology Adelaide Christ heals leper

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In this edition of Pub Theology from March 2013, Fr Peter Zwaans delves in to the Gospel of Luke to show that Christ’s mission is not one of passivity, but even in His Passion He actively accomplishes that which the Messiah was to do for God’s people.

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Fr Morgan Batt draws on his extraordinary life as Army Chaplain and mountaineering priest to present how he has lived his life bringing Christ to the market-place – and how we can do the same to live the New Evangelisation.

Marriage & Family love marriage romance

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In this episode of Pub Theology from December 2012, Fr Peter Zwaans speaks on love the noun and verb of love: “falling” in love and responding to love. Can the two be confused? Are they opposed? How can they help us to know a vocation to marriage?

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Dr Connor Sweeney presents an alternative view of Friedrich Nietzsche, that rather than an “nihilistic hack” who presents a threat to Christianity, his ideas may paradoxically bring us to a renewal of faith.

Bioethics euthanasia elderly sick hospital

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In this talk presented in June 2011, Dr Gregory Pike reviews the meaning of human dignity, the underlying ideologies and drivers behind the euthanasia movement, the state of the issue in Australia, and the experience of legalised euthanasia internationally.

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In this talk presented in July 2011, Jo Grainger and Anna Krohn shed some light on the damage done by some branches of feminism and the gift of Blessed John Paul II’s teachings on the human person.

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