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Sunday 24 February
2018 Annual General
Monsignor Kevin Long PhD, Priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth
The Christian debt to the Jewish tradition of praying the psalms
Thursday 16 May
Evening Worship with
the Winthrop Singers, St George's College Chapel followed by a
Fireside Chat with Ms Helen Bryant
Ms Helen Bryant was born
in London to Bohemian refugees who survived the Shoah. Helen made
Aliyah to Israel and then in 1973 emigrated to Australia. She is now a
teacher, leader and Life Member at Temple David Congregation, Mount
Brian Wills-Johnson is a Honorary Life Member and former President of
St George's College.
St George's Fireside Chat
Ms Helen Bryant and
Interviewer, Mr Brian Wills-Johnson
*Articles and photos kindly supplied by St George's College
Sunday 26 May
translated to "holy guests") is a revelatory and humorous look at the
daily lives of ultra-Orthodox Jews in modern-day Israel. Disarmingly
funny, the film startles in its universality, depicting members of the
community in scenes of ordinary living, drinking, smoking, dancing,
arguing, reconciling and grappling with their faith.
Directed by Gidi Dar and
written by Shuli Rand. The film is released by Picturehouse in 2005 in
Hebrew, with English subtitles. Rated PG-13 (strong language and mild
Monday 12 August (7.30 pm)
Antisemitism: What can we do?
Church, cnr William and Hay Streets, Perth
Dipl. Theol. (Protestant Theology),
MA (Jewish Studies),
General Secretary, International CCJ, Heppenheim, Germany
Director of Public Affairs, Jewish Community Council of Western
President, Holocaust Institute of WA Inc.
WA Labor Member for Mount Lawley
Michael Moore SM
Rector, Redemptoris Mater Seminary, Morley; Committee Member,
- free entry, but donations accepted
Sunday 10 November (5.00 pm)
"Night of Broken Glass"
McCusker AC CVO QC
Auditorium, Perth Modern School, 90 Roberts Road, Subiaco