Two people drawn to SSM are living and working in quite different realms, but through SSM they are finding common ground.
As well as the business of SSM, biannual Chapter Meetings are occasions for the convivial airing of perspectives and opinions necessary to make breakthroughs.
For a growing number of people drawing closer to SSM, an openness to a different form of religious life is as welcome today as it was for the many who encountered it more than a century ago.
American born, Margaret grew up at Lake Placid, New York State. A scholarship winner to Radcliffe College, a women’s liberal arts college in Cambridge Massachusetts
SSM member Joyce Bleby-Lewis says the group enjoyed a striking, sometimes startling and often humorous encounter, finding the assertions of this leading theologian of his time no less relevant today.
SSM’s most senior members, Father Laurence Eyers 102 and Sister Margaret Dewey 92 are settled in accommodation in Melbourne, Victoria: Laurence at Broughton Hall in Camberwell and Margaret at Mercy
SSM members and friends from down south shook off their winter chills and soaked up Darwin’s sun, in between more formal meetings and discussions about what ‘doing theology’ means today.
Richard Holloway was in Melbourne for the Melbourne Writers Festival in early September, and SSM members were keen to hear him speak.
A contingent of SSM members made its way north to the Cathedral Church of St Peter & St Paul at Port Pirie late last year for the ordination to the priesthood of Gregory Stephens SSM.
A Feast of Music, hosted each year at St John’s, reflects Father Kelly’s wish, ‘to call out a whole mass of enthusiasm and devotion of all kinds, wherever it might be found’.
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