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Urban Theology: Why Catholics don't need Safe Spaces

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St James Hotel

114 Castlereagh Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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This October, Sydney’s favourite networking event for young Catholic professionals is back! Over drinks and canapes, a panel of Sydney's sharpest, media-savvy Catholic minds will discuss the latest news and current affairs, faith and other big issues facing us all today.

This month: how much should Catholics stick to the safety but limits of the faithful flock, rather than the secular world that brings both benefits and challenges?

  • Gray Connolly is a Barrister and served as a naval officer in the Persian Gulf, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. He appears on the ABC and in Meanjin, The Spectator and The Guardian. He can be found on Twitter @GrayConnolly where he tweets on very serious and entirely unserious matters.
  • Brigid Meney is a policy strategist and former ministerial adviser with a background in health and aged care. She is a sporadic commentator on Triple J's Hack program and the Spectator, where she likes to skewer the darker elements of the feminist movement.
  • Nigel Freitas recklessly gave away a banking job for a reporting gig at Sky News. He is now the chief of staff for a NSW politician, reads way too many books, believes the future is bleak for Catholics in a post-Christian Western world yet is surprisingly fun at dinner parties.

Entry: $15 early bird online, $20 cash at the door. Includes 2 free drinks and hot canapes galore.

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