Bishop Brady’s podcast of hope

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Bishop Terry Brady will lead the Sydney celebration of the World Day of the Poor, an event initiated by Pope Francis. PHOTO: Giovanni Portelli

Sydney Auxiliary Bishop Terry Brady has recorded an eight part podcast series on Soundcloud with the help of Brendan Hill.

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The series, titled ‘In Conversation’ sends a message of hope during these troubling times reminding us that each one of us is integral and precious members of the community.

Bishop Brady traverses a broad range of topics inlcuding the Ministry of Pope Francis, the Parish community as the centre of ‘Church’, social justice and the significance of the Australian Plenary Council.

Pope Francis greets Bishop Terry Brady of Sydney. Photo: CNS photo/Vatican Media
Pope Francis greets Bishop Terry Brady of Sydney. Photo: CNS photo/Vatican Media

those on the streets are Jesus in disguise

Anecdotes from Bishop Brady’s life experience and insight contribute to the pastoral and spiritual formation of Australian Catholics are also discussed.

Listen to the podcast on Soundcloud.

Bishop Brady as well as tips to listeners as to how Catholics can help migrants and refugees in the community and how we can solve the homelessness problem in Australia and why those on the streets are Jesus in disguise.

Nizar al-Qassab, an Iraqi Christian refugee from Mosul, gets a kiss from his children as they prepare to depart from Beirut international airport on 8 February 2017. PHOTO: CNS photo/Mohamed Azakir, EPA

Listen to the podcast on Soundcloud.

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