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Seminar 1:
Dancers in the Desert: Lenten Quiet Day

Charles de Foucauld died in the Sahara at the hands of the Taureg in 1916 and Antoine de Saint-Exuprey died when his plane crashed in the vicinity of that desert in 1943. Monk and aviator, they are intriguing men, who knew much about dancing in the desert.

Assisted by the Little Prince, Ken Parker will help us to explore their lives and celebrate their work. There will be plenty of time for folk to use the eyes and ears of the heart. As the desert is sometimes part of life in urban Australia, there may be something to learn from these two.

Date Saturday 25 February
Time 10.00 am - 3.30 pm
Venue Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Hotham Street, East Melbourne
Cost $25 (concession: $20),   BYO lunch (tea and coffee provided)
Conductor Fr Ken Parker
Rector of Christ Church, Castlemaine, member of the Advisory Board of ISS.

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