Br Peter Bray speaks at Sydney on life in Bethlehem

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Br Peter Bray speaking at NSW Ecumenical Council
Sydney
23 February 2017

On Thursday evening, whilst protests were held in the Sydney CBD to the visit of Prime Minister of Israel’s visit to Australia, another group met to hear Br Peter Bray speak on life in Bethlehem.

Brother Peter Bray, FSC, EdD is the 8th Vice Chancellor of Bethlehem University, the first university established in Palestine and the only Catholic university in the Holy Land.

Br Peter is a De La Salle Brother.  The De La Salle Brothers specifically are concerned with  meeting the educational and welfare needs of young people, especially the poor.

Brother Peter assumed leadership of Bethlehem University in February 2009 and brings more than 30 years of Catholic education experience as a teacher, consultant, administrator, and expert in leadership and educational systems.

A New Zealander by birth, Br Peter has spent the last x years in Bethlehem helping lead what some call an ‘oasis of peace’ for a community living under the military control of Israel.

The event was organised by the Palestine Israel Network and hosted by the NSW Ecumenical Council.

For further information

Greetings from this holy city of Jerusalem at Easter!, 26 March 2016

Greetings from Bethlehem at Easter, 6 April 2015

Br Peter Bray – Bethlehem University: A beacon of hope, 16 March 2014

ABC Local, ‘The Interview: Peter Bray, Vice-Chancellor of Bethlehem University’, Sunday Nights, 11 August 2013

Easter message from Bethlehem 2012

Bethlehem University head meets Marrickville supporters, July 2012

Peter Kirkwood, ‘Good news from Palestine‘, Eureka Street, 19 May 2011

Jewish Voices for Peace, ‘Israel and Palestine an introduction (animated video)‘, 28 November 2012

Vice Chancellor Brother Peter Bray, FSC, Addresses Pope Francis at World Congress, 21 November 2015
https://www.lasallian.info/2015/12/vice-chancellor-brother-peter-bray-fsc-addresses-pope-francis-at-world-congress/

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