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2017

(Check also the Regular Events listings page for events that take place over a series of dates)

JANUARY

Ending early 2017
London: Heaven and Earth at the National Gallery
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=3076

18 - 25 January
Worldwide: Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
See: http://www.oikoumene.org/en/resources/week-of-prayer/week-of-prayer


Monday 23 January 7pm
London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary Lecture - Science vs Faith?

Dr Andrew Pinsent (Research Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at Oxford University)
At Newman House (111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR), finishing by 8.15pm
Open to all. Non-students need to register a place by emailing: chris@universitycatholic.ne
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=31650

Tuesday 24 January 2pm
London: Catholic History Walk
Smells and Bells, exploring London's Catholic culture over centuries.
Meet 2pm steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square.
Nearest tube: CHARING CROSS
The Walks are led by Catholic author Joanna Bogle.
More information from: www.catholichistorywalks.com

Wednesday 25 January 7pm
London: Burns Night ceilidh!
At Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue SW1P 1QH
Advance tickets: £17 ceilidh only / £27 including supper (+booking fee)
Streetwise Opera and The Passage's Burns Night ceilidh returns! Beat the January blues and join 'London's finest ceilidh band' Ceilidh Tree for a night of brilliant music, dancing and fun. There's haggis too (or a vegetarian alternative) if you opt for a ticket including our Burns Night supper! Everyone's welcome and it doesn't matter if you've never tried a ceilidh before or have two left feet as there's a caller to let you know the steps. All proceeds go towards Streetwise Opera and The Passage's vital work supporting homeless people in Westminster and beyond.
Tickets may also be purchased on the door (subject to availability) for £20 ceilidh only / £30 including supper. Book tickets in advance here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/streetwise-opera-the-passages-burns-night-ceilidh-tickets-29697474947

Thursday 26 January 2017 9.30am - 10.15am
London: South African bishop to lobby mining AGM over 2012 massacre
Outside the Lonmin AGM, Haberdashers' Hall, 18 W Smithfield, London EC1A 9HQ
For more information see: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=31730

Saturday 28 January 11am - 1pm
Birmingham: Talk on Life in Palestine after 50 years of occupation
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=31768

Saturday 28 January 11am-4pm
London: Scriptural Images for Reflection and Prayer
Magdalen Lawler SND
Mount Street Jesuit Centre, 114 Mount Street, W1K 3AH pathwaystogod.org 0207-495-1673
Pictures pose the same theological concepts as texts. The eye is more sensitive and what we observe forms our theological concepts. Reflection and prayer follow.

Sunday January 29 2.30 to 4.30pm
New York: Music and Poetry for Peace
The Cornelius Eady Trio: An Afternoon of Jazz, Blues, and Poetry. Mr. Eady is a renowned poet and musician who co-founded Cave Canem, a nonprofit organization that supports emerging African-American poets and their works on themes of family life, violence, race and class. Location: Most Holy Redeemer Church, 173 E. Third Street, Manhattan. Proceeds from this performance benefit the work of Pax Christi Metro New York. Registration information now available at info@nypaxchristi.org, www.nypaxchristi.org, 212-420-0250, and https://www.nycharities.org/events/EventLevels.aspx?ETID=9546.

Monday 30 January 7pm
Southwark: Talk on Life in Palestine after 50 years of occupation
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=31768

Tuesday 31 January 2pm
London: Catholic History Walk
The King's Good Servant, walking in the footsteps of St Thomas More. Meet 2pm, steps of the Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer and St Thomas More, Cheyne Row, Chelsea. Nearest tube: SLOANE SQUARE, then walk/bus along the Kings Road.
The Walks are led by Catholic author Joanna Bogle.
More information from: www.catholichistorywalks.com

FEBRUARY

Saturday 4 February 11am
Hexham: Three Popes & their Three Papers on Work
Employment lawyer - and parishioner of St Mary's, Hexham - Max Winthrop looks at Catholic Social Teaching on work and employment and raises the question: "If the Jesus of the Gospel, who befriended tax collectors and prostitutes, returned today, what message would we have for lap dancers and people on zero hours contracts - and their employers?"
At St Mary's Catholic Church, Hencotes, Hexham, NE46 2EB.
Tel: 01434 603119 email@stmaryshexham.plus.com Website: www.stmaryshexham.org.uk
Free admission (Donations requested) Refreshments available from 10.30 am. All are welcome

Tuesday 7 February 2pm
London History Walk
Lift up your heads, O gates! A City walk.
Meet 2pm on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral. Nearest tube: St Paul's.
The Walks are led by Catholic author Joanna Bogle.
More information from: www.catholichistorywalks.com

11 February 6pm Mass 7pm Concert
London: Edwin Fawcett Birthday Concert
At St Mary of the Angels
Notting Hill Gate
For more information see: https://www.facebook.com/events/1843170722618571/

Monday 20 February, 7pm
London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary Lecture - Are All Religions Really Just the Same?
Fr Damian Howard, SJ (Lecturer in Theology and Christian-Muslim Relations, Heythrop College, University of London)
At Newman House (111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR), finishing by 8.15pm
Open to all. Non-students need to register a place by emailing: chris@universitycatholic.ne



MARCH

Monday 20 March, 7pm
London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary Lecture - The Implications of Practicing Justice
Sarah Teather (Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service; Former MP and Minister)
At Newman House (111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR), finishing by 8.15pm
Open to all. Non-students need to register a place by emailing: chris@universitycatholic.ne


APRIL


Friday 28 April - Monday 1 May 2017 for 16-35s
Birmingham: Taize youth gathering - Hidden Treasure Inner life and Solidarity
For more information see: www.taize.fr/birmingham and http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=31681

MAY

Monday 8 May 7pm
London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary Lecture - Friendship and Its Enemies
Dr Andrew Hegarty (Director, Thomas More Institute, London; independent scholar researching the history of universities)
At Newman House (111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR), finishing by 8.15pm
Open to all. Non-students need to register a place by emailing: chris@universitycatholic.ne


Friday 26 May 2017
Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary event for students, academic staff, alumni and friends.
'The Boat Party' -Drinks, Supper and Cruise Down the Thames
Dates for your diaries. Details to follow...




Saturday 27 May,
London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary - Open House
(lunch, anniversary exhibition, recollections with former chaplains, evening talent show)



Sunday 28 May, 2pm,

London: Newman House Chaplaincy Anniversary Jubilee Mass and Reception
with Cardinal Vincent Nichols at St James's Church, Spanish Place (22 George St, London W1U 3QY).

JUNE

Wednesday - Saturday 7- 10 June
London: Spirit in the City 2017

JULY

21-23 July
Swanwick: National Justice and Peace annual conference

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

5 October at 10am-4pm
London: The Contribution of Spiritual Communities to Public Life
Cloisters Hall, St Benedict's School, Marchwood Avenue W5
For more information see: https://www.facebook.com/events/1365032703518990/?notif_t=plan_user_invited&notif_id=1484589741111917

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

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