Cradio interview with Owen Vyner: Why should I confess my sins?
On the 26th February, Owen Vyner, will lecture on “The Grace of the Sacrament of Reconciliation: Healing for a Broken World”. This will be the third lecture in a series, sponsored by the Order of Malta that aims to equip ordinary Australian Catholics with the knowledge and arguments to defend our beliefs.
Ahead of the lecture, Cradio interviewed Owen on the topic, where he explains the history of the Sacrament, explores some of the common objections to it from within the Church and contemporary culture and provides answers to these challenges.
Want to learn more? Attend Owen Vyners lecture on “The Grace of the Sacrament of Reconciliation: Healing for a Broken World”.
Date: Wednesday 26th February 2014
Time: 6.15pm arrival for 6.30pm start
Venue: The Crypt, St Mary’s Cathedral, St Mary’s Road, Sydney, NSW 2000
RSVP: Email email@example.com or telephone 02 9331 8455
About Owen Vyner
Owen Vyner has a Master of Theology degree from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage & Family (Melbourne) and a Licentiate in Sacramental Theology from the Liturgical Institute in Mundelein, IL. He is currently working on a doctorate at the John Paul II Institute. He is also married with two children.
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Cradio is a non-profit organisation seeking to put new technologies to the service of the Church in Australia.
Cradio was founded in 2010 under the guidance of Bishop Julian Porteous, and is the only outlet of its kind in Australia. It is a free service that includes a variety of Catholic programs, talks and music available via the 24-hour audio stream, or on-demand on the website and iTunes.
At the heart of Cradio’s activities is its mission to ‘nourish the soul of the digital generation’, or in the words of our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI, to ‘evangelise the digital continent’. By providing news, catechesis, discussion and entertainment they hope to create a place where Catholics and non-Catholics can go to learn about and celebrate the Catholic faith free from the skewed messages presented in secular media.
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