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  • Aug 2002 '02
    23rd

    National Migrant and Refugee Sunday

    On Sunday 25 August at 2pm at St Stephen’s Cathedral Brisbane, the ethnic community of Brisbane will celebrate National Migrant and Refugee Sunday 2002 at a multicultural Mass. More than 30 ethnic communications will be represented at the Mass. The celebration will begin with an entrance procession of representatives of ethnic communities wearing national dress….

  • Aug 2002 '02
    15th

    The Irish legacy in Queensland

    Ancient Irish traditions and their continuing influence in Queensland will be explored during an upcoming conference in Brisbane convened by the Queensland Irish Association and the Queensland Studies Centre, Griffith University. “Irish Ways, Queensland Days” will present recent research findings that transform our understanding of the Irish cultural legacy and its role in colonial and…

  • Jul 2002 '02
    30th

    Commission for Catholic Women to meet in Brisbane

    The Commission for Australian Catholic Women (CACW) will travel to Brisbane in early August to meet with the Catholic community from the Brisbane Archdiocese. The CACW, which is based in Canberra, has already held meetings in Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth The meeting will be held at Riverglenn (near Nudgee Junior) at 70 Kate Street,…

  • Jul 2002 '02
    11th

    Centacare’s Children First – one of the world’s 12 best programs

    A Brisbane program designed to help children cope with the trauma of parental separation and divorce has been named one of the world’s twelve best education and group intervention programs. Centacare’s Children First program received the accolade as a result of a world research review on similar programs by the Australian Institute for Primary Care,…

  • Mar 2002 '02
    20th

    Australia’s Refugee Policy – Facts. Needs, Limits

    Two Australian Jesuits with wide experience of refugee issues will be principal speakers at a free seminar in Brisbane on next Friday, March 22, at the Holy Spirit Church, Harriet Street, Auchenflower (7.30pm – 9.30pm). Fr Mark Raper SJ, Director of UNIYA, the Jesuit Social Justice Centre in Sydney, and Fr Frank Brennan SJ, Associate…

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