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'Remembering Romero' - 2010 Archbishop Romero Lecture
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Archbishop Oscar Romero
Fr Thomas Greenan is travelling home to Britain from Central America to give the 2010 Romero Lecture in June and July.

He will speak at the Lauriston Centre in Edinburgh, St Aloysius Church in Glasgow, Liverpool Hope University, the Cathedral Hall in Leeds and at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square, London.

Entry is free and all are welcome. Fr ‘Tommy’ Greenan is a priest of Edinburgh diocese, now living and working in the remote Petén area of Guatemala. He spent many years as a missionary priest in El Salvador before moving to neighbouring Guatemala. He has researched  and written a major study which compares and contrasts the lives of Saint John Chrysostom in the 4th Century and Archbishop Romero in our own times. We hope that Fr Tommy will bring us new insights into Archbishop Romero’s life and teaching.

Please note the dates in your diary.

EDINBURGH: Tuesday 22 June at 7.30pm in the Lauriston Jesuit Centre, next to Sacred Heart Church. Cardinal Keith O’Brien will be with us.

GLASGOW: Wednesday 23 June  at 7.30pm at the Ogilvie Centre in Rose Street, next to St Aloysius Church.

LIVERPOOL: Friday 25 June  at 7.30pm in Lecture Theatre A, at the main Childwall Campus of Liverpool Hope University, L16 9JD, which can be approached from the Taggart Avenue entrance.

LONDON: Sunday 27 June  at 7.30pm in St Martin in the Fields Church in Trafalgar Square following on from an evening service with a Romero theme at 6.30pm.

LEEDS: Friday 2 July  at 7.30pm in the Wheeler Hall, St Anne's Cathedral, Great George Street, LS2 8BE.


For more information visit: www.romerotrust.org.uk/

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