Thursday, October 11th 2018
Rights of Nature 2018
In October 2018, the Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) is hosting Rights of Nature Australia 2018 (RONA18), a series of connected events that explore and promote the rights of nature to exist, thrive and evolve.
Friday, October 5th 2018
Laughter is still the best medicine
We will be raising money for the WORLD WELLNESS CLINIC that helps our community's most vulnerable members...
Friday, September 28th 2018
Looking back on 10 years In Exile
As we move up to our 10th year liberated from the Roman Catholic Church we remember how it all happened
Friday, August 31st 2018
Terry Fitzpatrick on 'You Can't Ask That'
The renegade priest, who belongs to the St Mary’s in Exile community, appeared on this season of the ABC show to answer any and all questions thrown at him.
Monday, August 20th 2018
The Powerful Owl Community Art Day @ Mt Coot-tha, September 16th
A ‘Get Back to Nature’ community event that focuses on the Beauty of Mt Coot-tha
Friday, May 25th 2018
The liberation of mindfulness
The energies of mindfulness can liberate
Monday, April 23rd 2018
How we came to be so cruel to asylum seekers.
Robert Manne endeavors to explore the situation, of how Australia became so cruel to asylum seekers.
Friday, April 20th 2018
A history of Mother's Day: From campaigns for peace to cards, flowers and family reunions
Getting back to roots of why we celebrate Mothers day. The modern Australian celebration of Mother's Day actually grew out of calls for peace and anti-war campaigns following the American Civil War (1861-65).
Saturday, May 6th 2017
St Mary's in Exile (QTC) theatre review
His way of worship was popular among the diverse residents of St Mary’s parish, so much so that where many pews were empty at other churches his following rose to 800 or more each Sunday....
Friday, November 4th 2016
St Mary’s in Exile Writer’s Note
I came to St Mary’s as many others did: a sticky-beaking lapsed Catholic. I visited the church just once, at the height of its controversy, in 2009. What I encountered was a refreshing, relevant and...