Monday, September 4, 2017

Consultant Pastoral Supervisor and Supervisor Trainer. 
Supervisor for people in ministry and faith based organisations. 
Australasian Association of Supervision (AAOS) Transforming Practices Inc and Association of Pastoral Supervision and Education United Kingdom (APSE-UK)
Rachel's Vineyard Ministries Sydney

Post abortion ministry Peter is Chair
The Swag
National Council of Priests Quarterly Magazine. Editor
Ministries with LGBTI people
RCiA Rainbow Catholics InterAgency.  Equal Voices
PALMS Australia

Volunteers abroad and in Australian indigenous communities
UTS Human Research Ethnics Committee

CONTACT DETAILSAddress: Unit 30 63-69 Bonar St Arncliffe 2205
Phone 61 (02) 9051 1485
Mobile (61) 0439 460 779
Email: petermaher [at]
ABN: 817 379 67337

Upcoming Events
Being Gay and people of faith: what’s all the fuss about?
James Alison

Catholic priest and theologian who has been developing a positive understanding on LGBTI issues in faith contexts for many years. James was born in England. Currently he works as a travelling preacher, lecturer, and retreat giver. He has written many books on God, religion and LGBTI people and a work on reimagining Christian theology -  Broken Hearts and New Creations: Intimations of a Great Reversal (2010).

The principal representatives of “religion” have until recently been very negative about LGBTI people, and yet LGBTI people of faith have discovered and are discovering, that it is our very struggle around issues of identity that has deepened our awe and gratitude for all that is best in our respective traditions. What are some of the ways in which we can help those who have “issues” with us (our marriages, our voices, our forms of political presence) move on, and maybe even move deeper into faith?  What are going to be some of our tasks in a future where being gay has become a “whatever” issue, but where the life of faith will need to be much deeper if it is to survive?
Sunday September 24, 2017, Time: 2 - 4pm
at University of Technology Sydney
Guthrie Theatre
Peter Johnson Building, Building 6, Level 3 (CB06.03)
Enter at 702-730 Harris Street, Ultimo and proceed to level 3 (down one floor)

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