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Seminar 11:
Living the Resurrection

'His disciples should look more redeemed' was one of the criticisms Nietzsche levelled against Christians. They would look more redeemed if their Easter faith powerfully and evidently sustained and suffused their existence. How then can they share more visibly and effectively in the life and power that comes from the risen Lord and his Holy Spirit?

Gerald O'Collins, who has published seven books on the Resurrection over the last thirty years, explores the biblical and liturgical sources for a full and vibrant Easter existence. The resources are there to let the impact of Christ's resurrection from the dead become constantly manifest in the lives of individual Christians and of Christian communities around the world.

Date Thursday 5 August
Time 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
Venue St Peter's Church, Eastern Hill
Cost $15 (concession: $12)
Conductor Fr Gerald O'Collins, SJ
Melbourne-born, has taught at the Gregorian University in Rome for the last thirty years. Author of over forty books, his latest works include Catholicism (Oxford University Press), Incarnation (Continuum), and Easter Faith (Darton, Longman and Todd).

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