Webinar details

Presenter: Dr Paul Lentern

Topic: Promoting the mission and vocation of lay people: Preparing for the Synod

Date: Wednesday, 6 March 2024

Time: 7 pm AEDT

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Friends,

Dr Paul Lentern will present our ACI webinar for March 2024, addressing the theme “Promoting the mission and vocation of lay people.”

It will follow our highly successful February webinar with Bishop Eugene Hurley. It will also provide an opportunity to dialogue and investigate the many issues raised during that session.

In addition, it will enable us to identify points we wish to focus on in drafting our ACI contribution to the Second Assembly of the Synod on Synodality, which is now rapidly approaching in October this year.

I hope you’ll join us!

Stefan Gigacz
ACI Secretary

Presenter:

Dr Paul Lentern is married and has four adult children and a growing number of grandchildren. He lives on the land of the Darug people, as part of the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta, in one of Australia’s most culturally diverse local government areas.

Paul has been active in Cardijn movements for over forty years, from working as a full-timer in the 1970s and 1980s to volunteering as a Collaborator/Mentor with Parramatta Young Christian Workers and Young Christian Students. Paul has held senior leadership positions in Catholic Schools for 34 years. Previously, he worked for the Paulian Association / PALMS in Sydney and the Catholic Mission.

Paul and his family spent time as PALMS volunteers in Tonga as part of Australia’s overseas aid program. Paul served eight years as a Director and Program Committee member for Mercy Works Inc. Paul holds post-graduate qualifications in Theology and Education.

By Greg Lopez

Member of the Australian Cardijn Institute (ACI), Cardijn Community Australia (CCA) and lay chaplain with the International Catholic Student Movement, Asia Pacific.

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