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Holy Hour and/or talk by missionaries from PNG

Holy Hour and dinner - Thursday 19th July
The Archdiocesan Office for Youth, in conjunction with the Life, Family and Marriage
Office, are holding a CulturED Cafe nights. But please note the change
of room for the dinner.
Format: The Six30 Holy Hour of Adoration at the Cathedral, including a reading,
homily and music - followed by dinner and an interview with a special guest at the
Cardinal Knox Centre next door.
Time: We will meet at the Cathedral side door at 6.25pm for the Holy Hour, or else you
can join us for dinner at 7.30.
Special guests: Sr Lorena Jenal and Fr Jan Jaworski will talk about their work
in Papua New Guinea.
Sr Lorena Jenal has been a missionary in PNG for 32 years. She works with families on :communication, natural family planning, counselling and marriage.
She also provides material support and counselling to individuals re: domestic
violence, drug/alcohol/gambling addictions, unplanned pregnancies, HIV/AIDS andteenage pregnancies. She travels all around PNG to provide training on the theology ofsexuality, leadership, counselling, family and money management and responsibility.
Fr Jan Jaworski is a Catholic priest and medical surgeon. He has been working as amissionary in PNG for 30 years. He is the Chief Surgeon of the Kundiwa Hospital inChimbu Province, and ministers as a priest to people from all walks of life. He also runsworkshops on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, and provides spiritual and practicalguidance for people coping with the disease.
Cost: A gold coin donation for Holy Hour, and $5 for
dinner, drink and dessert.

The Cathedral is on the corner of Gisborne Street and Cathedral Place, East Melbourne,
Melway Ref 2G A1. The Cathedral's main door and all the gates will be locked. Enter
- 2 -
via the Cardinal Knox Centre car park in Lansdowne Street. In the far left corner, you
will see a path - follow it past the Presbytery and then walk up the steps to the side door
of the Cathedral.
If you are attending the dinner and talk only: Please go straight to the Cardinal Knox
Centre. The talk will be in the lecture theatre. Please enter by the main door as usual, but then head to the farright corner to enter the lecture theatre (next to the bathrooms on the back wall).

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