Australasian Catholic Coalition for Church Reform (ACCCR) – Webinar

Australasian Catholic Coalition for Church Reform (ACCCR) – Webinar

Anticipating the First Synod Session – October 2023


Bishop Shane Mackinlay

Thursday 14 September 2023 7.00pm AEST, 6.30pm ACST, 5.00pm AWST

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Shane Mackinlay, Bishop of Sandhurst (Vic) will be one of two representatives of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference at the Synod on Synodality. He was a key figure in organising and conducting the Australian Plenary Council final session in July 2022.


Genevieve Jacobs AM is Group Editor, Region Media, Australia’s fastest growing digital news platform and winner of the 2023 national Telstra Best of Business award for building communities.


Francis Sullivan, Chair of Concerned Catholics Canberra Gouburn, was previously CEO of the Truth Justice and Healing Council He is currently Chair of the Mater Group of hospitals, Catholic Social Services Australia and a director of Mercy Health.


The session will be recorded. Everyone who registers will get access to the recording.

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Eleanor Flynn and Kevin Liston Co-chairs, ACCCR
Em. Ph. 0411 197 829

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