Join us as Ray Reid explores
The Need for Personal Hope
When: Sunday, 22nd June 6:30pm-8pm
Where: St John the Evangelist Hall, Meeting Room
Cordeaux St, Campbelltown
Cost: Gold coin donation
This presentation, The Need for Personal Hope, is a reprise of the talk that Ray gave at the Catholic Adult Education Centre at Lidcombe in February 2008.
The talk is on hope from a psychological perspective (including spiritual aspects). Ray will look at our fundamental and intrinsic hopes for being happy and fulfilled, linking these hopes with our need to love and be loved. The talk also covers aspects of false hope and its origin.
About the Presenter:
Campbelltown parishioner Ray Reid is a counselor with qualifications in social work, psychology and philosophy. He has strong interest in theology and spirituality. He has worked in Centacare agencies for nearly 30 years. His thesis for his Master's degree in social work was on the psychology of hope, and his understanding of the importance of hope has underpinned all his counseling work.