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When:
10 May, 2016

Location:
Macquarie University

Organised by:
Catholic Society of Saint Dominic


Join us for this series of talks, open to all students, fighting against homophobia by clarifying the truth of what the Catholic Church believes, engaging in dialogue, and building a platform for charitable and stimulating conversation via an incredibly inspiring man, James Parker.

James Parker was a gay activist, in a serious relationship with another man before he set out on an amazing journey that led to the Catholic Church and beyond. Since then he has taught extensively on sexual addiction and has run programmes and seminars across Europe to help foster new groups and organisations to help support men and women in their respective journeys.

Catholic and Gay? My Second Coming Out...
May 10, Tuesday @ 1pm in C5C Forum

The Catholic Church & Homophobia: Separating Bigotry From Belief
May 11, Wednesday @ 1pm in C5C 209

Fluid Sexuality: Genes, Choice or Something More?
May 12, Thursday @ 1pm in E7B T4