New Anima Education Courses

For those in Melbourne, I want to bring to your attention two upcoming courses with Anima Education:

1) A Day Seminar on Saturday April 27, 10am to 4pm, at St Benedict’s Parish in Burwood. This will be a one day synopsis of the course that I did in First Term, “Face to Face with Jesus in the Gospel of John”. Click here for details.

2) Starting on Monday 6 May at 6:30pm at Mary Glowrey House, a new course “Reading Vatican II”. We will be taking Pope Benedict’s advice and reading the major documents of Vatican II together as a part of our Year of Faith contribution. Click here for more details.

(Actually, there is a plenary indulgence for those who attend 3 or more studies or homilies on the Second Vatican Council during the Year of Faith – I am seeking confirmation from our local authorities that attendance at “Reading Vatican II” will fulfill the action for the indulgence. Just noting it…).

About Schütz

I am a PhD candidate & sessional academic at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia. After almost 10 years in ministry as a Lutheran pastor, I was received into the Catholic Church in 2003. I worked for the Archdiocese of Melbourne for 18 years in Ecumenism and Interfaith Relations. I have been editor of Gesher for the Council of Christians & Jews and am guest editor of the historical journal “Footprints”. I have a passion for pilgrimage and pioneered the MacKillop Woods Way.
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6 Responses to New Anima Education Courses

  1. Matthias says:

    I suppose this is as good palace as any to put this out there. The following link is to an American website that usually has good articles about the cultural wars. However this article is trying to link Pope Francis to a One World Church-heretical and apostate-that is often a feature of Dispensationalist theology. The lady who wrote this is an ex Lutheran who now attends a non denominational church

  2. Gareth says:

    What did everyone think of the Pope’s recent comments on the Second Vatican Council that it was a ‘beautiful thing’ and that those that didn’t follow its documents are ‘stubborn’.

    On the first point it was hard to know what precisely the Pope meant was beautiful and on the second I was rather disappointed. Such comments are not appriopriate and only cause further division. Or alternatively motivate traditionally-minded Catholics to fight harder for their cause.

  3. Fraser Pearce says:


  4. Matthias says:

    Is there any Schutz here ??

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