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2016

MAY


Now to next year
Open Bethlehem on general release

For more information see: http://www.openbethlehem.org/the-film.html


Monday to Friday throughout May, from 6 - 6.45 pm
Wales: Flores de Mayo style at the Poor Clares
If you want to bring a group, or a party of children please let the sisters know in advance. newlife@poorclarestmd.org or 01244 531029
Ty Mam Duw Poor Clare Colettines, Hawarden, CH5 3EN (North Wales, midway between Chester and Wrexham.)


Friday 6 May - 31 May - 9.30-18.30 Mon-Fri and Sat 11-18.30
London: Photography exhibition: Sage Tea and Sunshine - an alternative view of Palestine
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=30007


Monday 9 May 2016 7.30m
Westminster: Paul - The Missionary Disciple, How Paul helps people live out their Christian vocation in differing circumstances?
by Fr John Hemer
At Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
. Please book your place on line
 or e-mail to livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk. If you do not have access to the internet, please call 0207 931 6078 and leave your name, contact phone number and the date(s). Suggested donation £ 4. 
All talks are audio recorded and uploaded on the rcdow.org.uk website

Saturday 14 May
London: Latin Mass Society Conference
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=29936

Sunday, 15 May 3-6pm
New York: Peacemakers Awards Reception
In Casserly Hall, St Joseph's Greenwich Village Church
Honouring Orlando and Phyllis Rodriguez of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows; Sr Evelyn Lamoureux, DW, Peace and Community Activist in Nassau and Queens Counties; Fr Francis Gargani, PCMNY Board Member extraordinaire, Maloof Family Young Peacebuilders Paul Thomas, St Raymond High School for Boys, the Bronx; Caroline Bandigan, Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, Brooklyn; Jillian Eberlein, Notre Dame Academy HS, Staten Island.

Saturday 14 May 1.20am-3pm
London: Faith in China - One Day Conference with Bishop Thomas McMahon
At St Aloysius Parish Hall, 20 Phoenix Road, NW1 1TA
To book call 0208 202 2555 or email cec.uk@btconnect.com (limited places, book early).

17-20
London: Christian Resources Exhibition
At the Excel Centre

Wednesday 18 May 2016 7.30pm
Virtus Lecture at Ealing Abbey with Dr Ruth Valerio

Dr Ruth Valerio will be speaking about the relationship between mercy and environment in the Abbey Church. There will be time to meet Ruth following the talk. There is no admission charge and all are welcome. For further information please about Ruth please click here: http://ruthvalerio.net If you wish to register for a ticket then please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/virtus-lecture-dr-ruth-valerio-tickets-23000478049

20 May 10.30am
Liverpool - Feeding Liverpool Conference
at LACE - details to follow

23 May 5.30pm
London: Mass in honour of St Thomas A Becket at Westminster Cathedral
Celebrant: Cardinal Erdo, and Cardinal Vincent Nichols
In the presence of the President of Hungary

JUNE

1 - 4 June
London: Spirit in the City
See: https://www.facebook.com/groups/spiritinthecity/10153489873346088/?notif_t=group_activity&notif_id=1459465591152148

3 - 5 June
Mercy at the Heart of the New Evangelisation - Gary Stevens at Craig Lodge Family House of Prayer, Scotland
Evangelii Gaudium challenges every Christian to be actively engaged in evangelisation. Pope Francis teaches that the task of the New Evangelization and mercy needs to be proposed again and again with new enthusiasm, especially during this Extraordinary Year of Mercy. The retreat provides hands on training and formation in Evangelisation. All welcome! (£90) T: +44 (0) 1838 200216 E: mail@craiglodge.org www.craiglodge.org

Sunday, 5 June 2016 7.30pm
Carl Bahoshy Piano and organ recital for Iraq
St Michael & All Angels
Victoria Rd
Brighton
BN1 3BD


Saturday 11 June 2016, 10am - 2pm
Westminster: Retreat Day by Brian Purfield

At Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

Please book your place on line
 or e-mail to livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk. If you do not have access to the internet, please call 0207 931 6078 and leave your name, contact phone number and the date(s). Suggested donation £ 4. 
All talks are audio recorded and uploaded on the rcdow.org.uk website



11 June
Ealing Abbey: conference on Benedictine Lay Movements and Communities
details to follow

Wednesday 22 June 2016 7.30pm
Ealing Abbey: Virtus Lecture with Padraig O Tuama
Padraig O Tuama and colleagues from the Corrymeela Community will be speaking about the relationship between mercy and conflict resolution, in the Abbey Church. There will be time to meet Padraig following the talk. There is no admission
charge and all are welcome. For further information please about Padraig: http://www.padraigotuama.com
If you wish to register for a ticket then please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/virtus-lecture-padraig-o-tuama-tickets-23000493094


Thursday 23 June 7-9pm
London: An evening with Mary McAleese in conversation with Clifford Longley
At Westminster Cathedral Hall. This evening will explore the vision of the Church which Pope Francis is urging us to embrace.
RSVP to ACTA Southwark, actasouthwark@yahoo.com A donation of £10 on the day will be welcome. The hall is behind the Cathedral. The front entrance is in Ambrosden Avenue, SW1P 1QH.

Thursday 23 June
Rome An academic symposium, Living Fully 2016: Disability, Culture and Faith.
For more information and how to book see: www.livingfully2016.com or by calling Cristina Gangemi on
01883372114 or contact cgangemi.kairos@gmail.com

Weekend 24-26 June
Rome: Living Fully 2016: Disability, Culture and Faith: A Celebration
A creative and vibrant conference, including a differentiated, parallel programme for people who have been intellectually disabled, enabling them to celebrate and promote their vital place within the Body of Christ
For more information and how to book see: www.livingfully2016.com or by calling Cristina Gangemi on
01883372114 or contact cgangemi.kairos@gmail.com


Friday - Monday 24- 27 June 2016
Living Theology at Ammerdown (near Bath)
Among several Living Theology courses planned for the summer is the residential long weekend at Ammerdown conference centre, a welcoming and delightful setting in rural Somerset. Fr Gerard J Hughes SJ will give the plenary lecture 'What is a moral dilemma?' and two courses will be offered: 'What do we do now? Ethics for Christians in the 21st century' by Fr John Moffatt SJ and 'Searching for peace in the Holy Lands: a spirituality of hope and steadfastness' by Professor Mary Grey. Full details and how to book a place can be found at http://www.jesuit.org.uk/living-theology-ammerdown-2016.

Wednesday 29 June 9am - 4pm
Seminar on meditation in schools
Registration from 8.15 am Heythrop College, University of London, Kensington Square, London W8 5HN. For enquiries please call 020 7278 2070 ; 07980 581351 or email: meditatio@wccm.org See: www.wccm.org

JULY

13th July 2016 7.30pm
Ealing Abbey: Virtus Lecture with Ann Wideecombe
Ann Widdecombe. She will be speaking about the relationship between mercy and politics in the Abbey Church. There will be time to meet Ann following the talk. There is no admission charge and all are welcome. For further information please about Ann: http://www.annwiddecombe.com

15-17 July 2016
Annual Justice & Peace Conference

For more information and to book, see: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=29479

18 -24 July
Scotland: 1st Step - Married Couples Retreats from the Love & Life Programme with Fr Jay Szymczak
at Craig Lodge Family House of Prayer, Scotland
"Look, the courageous ones!' Because you need courage to love each other as Christ loves the church," Pope Francis
Come with your children who will be looked after for part of each day to allow you to attend talks & workshops. This is the 1st Step of the program devised by the Family Support Foundation to equip couples with the knowledge and to live out the beautiful vocation of marriage. (Adults £250, 11-16s £80, <11s donation) T: +44 (0) 1838 200216 E: mail@craiglodge.org www.craiglodge.org

Thursday 21 July 2016 at 7.30pm
London: JCFL Prayer Vigil
(Song Practice at 6.30pm)
For more information see: https://jcfllondon.wordpress.com/


24-27 July
Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics Summer School
Details of registration are here
http://oxfordanimalethics.us6.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=e8078cc8a96065221b73d9ab6&id=5031db2b22&e=d18c31cf07

25 - 29 July
Scotland: Icon of Christ Pantocrator - Basia Mindewicz, Edinburgh School of Icon Painting
At Craig Lodge Family House of Prayer, Scotland
Five days of intensive icon painting/writing workshops. We will focus on icon painting as a spiritual practice not only a form of art and allow the technique and tradition of iconography to lead us into prayer. Basia is an experienced icon painter and teacher who was trained in Poland and has been teaching in Poland and Scotland since 2008. (£200) T: +44 (0) 1838 200216 E: mail@craiglodge.org www.craiglodge.org

27 - 31 July
Krakow, Poland: World Youth Day
For more details see: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=29622

29 - 31 July
Scotland: Peace, Justice, Preservation of Creation & the Mystery of Christ - Fr Lawrence CFR
"Let everything that breathes praise the Lord!" Psalm 150. Fr Lawrence, a Franciscan Friar of the Renewal, will lead us in a reflection on Pope Francis' encyclical,' Laudato Si - on Care for Our Common Home' (£90)
T: +44 (0) 1838 200216 E: mail@craiglodge.org www.craiglodge.org

AUGUST

August 6 & 9
Worldwide commemoration of the first atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

​3-17 ​August​ ​
Oxford: Second Spring ​Centre for Faith & Culture summer school
The Quality of Mercy: English Catholic Culture from Reformation to Revival
Spend an unforgettable two weeks in the beautiful and historic city of Oxford, visiting world famous sites and studying with local experts. Explore the context, writings, and haunts of your favourite English writers such as More, Campion, Shakespeare, Newman, Hopkins, Chesterton, Tolkien, and Lewis. For more information see: http://www.secondspring.co.uk/summerschool


15 - 21 August
Scotland: The Fundamental Retreat - Foyer De Charité Team led by Mgr Keith Barltrop
at Craig Lodge Family House of Prayer, Scotland
"Silence is really the 'cloud' that covers the mystery of our relationship with the Lord, our holiness and our sins. We cannot explain this mystery, but where there is no silence in our lives, the mystery is lost, it goes away. Guard the mystery with silence!" Pope Francis This five day silent retreat is a chance to spend time with Jesus and return to our daily lives enriched and enlightened by Him.(£280) T: +44 (0) 1838 200216 E: mail@craiglodge.org or see: www.craiglodge.org

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

Thursday 20 October 2016 at 7.30pm
London: JCFL Prayer Vigil
(Song Practice at 6.30pm)
For more information see: https://jcfllondon.wordpress.com/


2017


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

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