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Evangelium Conference 2024

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Archbishop Julian Porteous invites you to join us for the Archdiocese of Hobart's fifth Evangelium Conference which will focus on evangelisation and being a church on mission to spread the Good News today!  

The keynote speaker for this year is Deacon Peter Pellicaan, PhD who is the Executive Director of Evangelisation Brisbane - the Archdiocesan Agency commissioned to work with, inspire and empower parishes and communities to encounter Jesus and live the joy of the gospel.

We are delighted to be joined again by the exceptional musician, Stephen Kirk who will lead us in prayerful worship through his soul-moving music. The event will be hosted by author and speaker, Sam Clear who is also the Director of Youth Evangelisation for the Archdiocese of Hobart.

The afternoon will include workshops below and will conclude with a prayerful Celebration of Faith including Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.  

When: Saturday, 3 August 2024 - 10 am to 4 pm

Where: Sacred Heart School, 227 York Street, Launceston TAS 7250

Time: Doors open at 9:30 am for a 10:00 am start and will conclude at 4.00 pm

Registration: Early bird tickets $40 per person, including morning tea, a hot lunch and afternoon tea. (Early bird tickets end on 21 July 2024)

Registration for this event closes on Sunday, 28 July 2024

More information:


  • Have a Go! Discovering and Living the Lay Person's Vocation & Mission - John Kennedy
  • Evangelistic Outreach to the ‘Religiously Unaffiliated’: the Tasmanian context - Dr Christine Wood
  • The Eucharist as The Source and Summit of All Evangelisation - Fr John Joseph, LEB
  • The Search 101 - Effective Catholic Evangelisation Tool - Fr Shammi Perera
  • To The Ends of the Earth: Evangelising and Spreading the Word of God - Merin Abraham & Aleena Nelson
  • ‘Let the Little Children Come to Me’: The Religious Potential of the Child - Dr Christine Wood

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