Honouring our Pilgrimages and Sacred Journeys

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Honouring our Pilgrimages and Sacred Journeys was the theme of the World Interfaith Harmony Week celebration in Hobart, Tasmania at Alexander House, Sandy Bay.

Honouring our Pilgrimages and Sacred Journeys was the theme of the World Interfaith Harmony Week celebration in Hobart, Tasmania at Alexander House, Sandy Bay.

The Program for this occasion:

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10.00 Welcome to Country - Aunty Eva Richardson
10.10 Opening Catholic Fr Michael Tate, UTAS Chaplain
10.30 UAICC National Conference Alice Springs Aunty Eva Richardson
10.50 - Camino/Iona Vera Thomson
11.10 - Morning Tea -
11.30 Nime/Tibetan Buddhism Nepal Ven. Tenzin Drolma
11.50 Catholic Holy Land Mike Gallagher
12.10 Muslim Haj/Mecca Mehri Ghaffariyan
12.30 - Lunch -
13.10 Sikh Amritsar, India Gurleen Kaur, Meharmeet Kaur, Chhavijit Singh, Jagmeet Singh
13.30 World Youth Day Madrid Ryan Kay
13.50 - Afternoon Tea -
14.00 Brahma Kumaris mt Abu, India Alice Hawrylak
14.20 Sukyo Mahikari Japan Laraine Donnelly
14.40 Aboriginal/Baha'i Tarkine Kris Schaffer
15.00 -Short Break -
15.10 Baha'i Haifa Pym Trueman
15.30 Jewish Israel Pnina Clark
15.50 - Closing and Thanks -

Alexander House is the University of Tasmania Multifaith Centre, and is attached to the Tasmania University Union.



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