'One Man, One Woman': the future of civil society

19/07/2011

Marriage Day Rally News Story
Rebecca Hagelin.
A national rally to show support for traditional marriage will be held in the Great Hall of Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday 16 August.

The keynote speaker for the Marriage Day Rally, Rebecca Hagelin - Heritage Foundation USA senior communications fellow - will speak on 'One Man, One Woman: the Future of Civil Society'.

Rebecca is also a weekly columnist for the Washington Times and author of Amazon best-seller 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family.

Politicians and others supporting marriage will also address the rally.

Registration is $30 per person, which includes entry to the Great Hall and morning tea.

For more information or to register for the rally, phone 03 9816 0800 or visit http://www.marriageday.org.au/ 

Participants are also encouraged to purchase and wear ruby and gold National Marriage Day Rosettes: the symbol of traditional marriage.

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CCSS rallying Marriage Day support

CatholicCare Social Services - Diocese of Parramatta (CCSS) is arranging buses for people in the Diocese wishing to attend the rally. This is a separate booking to the rally.

There will be two pick-up points for buses travelling to the rally:

1. 6am from Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, 7 Grantham Rd, Seven Hills

2. 6am in the carpark near the Information Kiosk at Panthers Leagues Club, Mulgoa Rd, Penrith

CCSS will provide lunch at a venue in Canberra.

The deadline for booking a seat on the bus is Tuesday 9 August. Seating is limited, so book early.

Phone CCSS on 02 9933 0222.

Please note, registration for the rally and booking a seat on the bus are to be done separately.

Visit CatholicCare - Diocese of Parramatta

Related:

News Story: Marriage Sunday

Listen to an Australian Christian Lobby interview with Marriage Day Rally organiser Australian Family Association Vice President Mary-Louise Fowler

 


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