Readers living in the Sydney area might be interested to know about the Society and Culture
initiative, which seeks to disseminate intellectually high caliber audiovisual materials to the broader public on matters pertaining to promoting the common good and flourishing of society.
A sample of materials, featuring speakers from Campion College, Cambridge, Oxford and Princeton University, are up on its website
and more will be uploaded as time progresses. Reader can follow Society and Culture
In conjunction with Campion College
, The Divine Wedgie
and other organisations, Society and Culture
is organising its second annual day conference
on Saturday, 2nd February 2013. The conference features:
- Ryan Messmore, President of Campion College, on "Marriage, Family & the Good Society"
- Matthew Tan from The Divine Wedgie who will present on "Consumerism and the Soul"
- Robert Haddad of the Archdiocese of Sydney on "Ethics in Education" and
- Rocco Mimmo of the Ambrose Centre on "Religious Liberty"
Further details can be found by clicking here.
Seats are still available and the cost of registration is $20 per person and $30 per family. To book your place at this conference, please contact Michael Mendieta at email@example.com
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