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20170616 StThomasMoreForum 25013th Annual St Thomas More Lecture
St Thomas More Parish and Forum Dinner 2017

Can Christendom Thrive,
Can it Survive?

Friday 16 June 2017 | 7.30 - 9.00PM

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Keynote Speaker:
Greg Sheridan
Foreign Editor, The Australian Newspaper

Greg Sheridan has been the Foreign Editor of The Australian Newspaper since 1992 and is considered to be the most influential foreign affairs analyst in Australian journalism.
His work has appeared in newspapers and journals around the world, including the Sunday Times, The Wall Street Journal, the South China Morning Post, the Jakarta Post and the Hindustan Times.

Greg Sheridan’s most recent book When We Were Young and Foolish traces his determined personal journey from an underprivileged but emotionally rich childhood, with strong memories of growing up Catholic in Australia. From his early years at the seminary including his time at Galong in our Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn, through to political stoushes at university, his early days as a union organiser and then the heady intellectual times as one of Australia’s leading writers in The Bulletin and now The Australian.

In 2016 he was appointed an Officer (AO) of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to print media as a journalist and political commentator on foreign affairs and national security, and to Australia’s bilateral relationships.

Mecure Hotel
Limestone Avenue, Braddon ACT 2618

$85.00 (Dinner and wine)
Canapes and drinks on arrival followed by a two course dinner with a bottle of red and white wine per table and tea/coffee and cake.

RSVP: Noon Tuesday 13 June 2017

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