Venue: Mary MacKillop Place,
Address: 7-11 Mount Street, North Sydney
Time: 9.45am - 4.00pm
Topics for 2019 include:
Constitutions, statutes, directories, etc
Temporal goods, including the patrimony of religious
Superiors and councils
Relevant Civil Law matters
Fee: $600. A non-refundable deposit of $60 is to be paid by Friday 26 April 2019 and the balance by Friday 6 September 2019
Day Fee: Matters pertaining to temporal goods will be addressed on 24 and 25 September and major superiors might like to enrol their finance advisors or employees for these sessions – cost $150 per day.
Registration: Please complete the registration form and return by email: email@example.com or c/o Catholic Religious Australia, PO Box 1518, North Sydney NSW 2059 by Friday 26 April 2019
Refund Policy: Substitution of participants may take place until Friday 13 September 2019. Refunds if required will be decided on a case by case basis.
Accommodation: Participants will arrange their own accommodation. Some accommodation may be available at Mary MacKillop Place, telephone: 02 8912 4800. If there is any difficulty, please contact Maria Casey, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Eucharist and Dinner: Wednesday 25 September 2019 at 5pm. Dinner is $50.
Numbers: There is an upper limit of 100 participants to this course. Preference will be given to continuing participants provided that this is indicated by the reception of enrolment forms and deposits. New participants will be advised of their acceptance as soon as possible after this date. If they are not able to be accepted, their enrolment fees will be returned
Documents: Participants are asked to bring their governance documents (Constitutions, statutes etc). Copies of the Code of Canon Law would be helpful but these are often hard to get. Most canons relating to religious life may be found in the reader distributed last year (pages 26-50)