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Triduum on Campus

1 April 2010 Leave a comment

Sancti and Beati of the Order of Preachers

The Sacred Triduum begins at the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on the evening of Holy (“Maundy”) Thursday. Since the only other public Mass offered on Maundy Thursday is the Chrism Mass at each cathedral church, the regular weekday Masses of USyd and UTS were replaced by a public recitation of the Via Crucis, the “Stations of the Cross”.

We hope you have had a fruitful experience of prayer, fasting and almsgiving this Lent, and look forward to enjoying the glorious feast of Easter with you.

Categories: Liturgy, USyd, UTS

What is Truth?

19 March 2010 Leave a comment

A special treat is the first of the Veritas Seminar Series events for 2010 at the University of Technology, Sydney. Mr Daniel Hill begins by laying the philosophical foundations of truth, addressing objections to the concept of truth, and then exploring the necessity of truth for individuals in their day to day lives. We then learn about the implications of truth on morality, and particularly the consequences of neglecting moral truth in societies both contemporary and historical.

This well attended seminar concluded with an extended question and answer session. View the talk below or on Youtube – be sure to come along next time and ask questions yourself!

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