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ACSA 2019 National Student Conference: Be Not Afraid
July 5 - July 7$240
The 2019 ACSA National Conference is on the horizon!
We extend a warm invitation to all current and deferred tertiary students, alumni aged 35 years and under, as well as campus and youth group chaplains.
Where: The beautiful St Joseph’s College, Hunters Hill, NSW.
When: 5th – 7th July 2019.
With our theme, “Be Not Afraid”, we welcome a host of inspiring speakers:
Associate Professor Anna Walsh
Dr Michael Casey
Sr Mary Helen O.P
Prof. Tracey Rowland
Dr. Paul Morrissey
Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
Fr Paul Rowse O.P
The Culture Project
We have a jam packed weekend planned with a day sail around Sydney Harbor, Annual Mannix Ball and Solmen Pontifical Mass at St Mary’s Cathedral!
Get in quickly as tickets will run out!!
We thank our generous sponsor, The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney, for supporting this conference and our organisation !
**** What is the ACSA?****
The Australian Catholic Students Association (A.C.S.A.) is the national organisation for Catholic tertiary students, committed to witnessing to the Gospel message. It is the only organisation that unites Catholic societies on university campuses and youth groups that cater for university students on a national level. Our executive is comprised of university students from across the country.
Each year in July ACSA holds its Annual Conference. It is an opportunity for students to be nourished spiritually, intellectually and pastorally, equipping them to fulfil their Christian vocation on their university campuses across Australia.
The Conference is a gathering of students and alumni for a series of theological and philosophical talks, a celebration of the Mass as well as time for personal prayer and reflection. The Mannix Ball takes place on the Saturday night of the conference.
The conference is also a wonderful opportunity for Catholic students to network with like-minded peers from across the country, gaining social and professional connections for life. ACSA also runs one major state event each year, as well as smaller state functions.