Browsing: Guinness and God Canberra

Guinness and God happens one Tuesday a month, from 6:30pm at King O’Malley’s Pub in Garema Place, thanks to the efforts of the Catholic LIFE team from the Canberra-Goulburn Archdiocese and the Australian Catholic University. For more details visit

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G&G: From Rescued to Rescuer


Lulu Mitshabu tells her inspiring story of how she fled the war-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo as a political fugitive with her children, was accepted into Australia as a refugee, and now works to help the women and children of the place she once called home.

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G&G: The Church


Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks at what the Church is, its development in the days of the early Church, the dangers of “craving acceptance” as the Church in wider society, and the Gospel that Christ and the Church proclaims.

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G&G: Holiness & Sainthood


Professor Anne Hunt speaks about the place of the saints in the Catholic Church, how they fit in, and what they mean to us. She discusses these topics with reference to a number of great saints and blesseds, including Bl. John Henry Newman, St Francis of Assisi, St Ignatius of Layola, and St Mary of the Cross – to name a few.

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G&G: Genius of Womanhood


Karen Doyle speaks about the legacy of John Paul II on femininity and womanhood – in particular what it means to be a woman, the vital life-giving role of a woman that goes beyond child-bearing, and the unique vocation of each individual woman.

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