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Over two workshops, the social reality of modern slavery will be described. This reality will be placed alongside the Gospel message of human flourishing and Catholic Social Teaching on the dignity of the human person for participants to discuss. A concrete parish, school and personal intervention will be proposed as a faith-in-action response to the harmful practice of slavery. School leaders & staff, parish priests & parishioners welcome. This session is part of the WACMRO Faith in Action Series which looks at Catholic Social Teaching and how it relates to living out the Gospel in everyday life. CEWA Ongoing Renewal: this course has been approved for Faith Formation.
Deacon Gregory Lowe is the inaugural Director of the new Western Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office (WACMRO). WACMRO seeks to promote the acceptance and settlement of migrants and refugees into Australia. It aspires to support migrants and refugees in a manner that upholds their dignity to enable them to feel a sense of welcome and belonging in the parish and broader community. Rev. Gregory was ordained deacon by Archbishop Hickey in 2006 for the Perth Archdiocese. Currently, he is the Parish Deacon in the Innaloo / Karrinyup parish where he conducts baptisms, marriages,
funerals and assists at the Sunday Mass.