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2015

AUGUST

Now to end of year
Open Bethlehem on general release

For dates see: http://www.openbethlehemcampaign.org/film/screenings/

27-31 August
Walsingham: Youth 2000 Festival

See: http://www.youth2000.org/#!the-promised-land/c13gp

28-31 August
GREENBELT FESTIVAL

Broughton House, near Kettering,
Northamptonshire,
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=27859

28 August - 15 September 2015

Cardiff: Exhibition
 on Teresa of Avila

Metropolitan Cathedral of St David

29 August 2015 - 10am - 4pm
London: Sing Well & Pray Twice
A day of music, prayer & fun with international composer Christopher Walker
Workshop, Celebration of Mass & Lunch Individual & Parish group bookings welcome. No charge but donations welcomed to the Parish Regeneration Project. At St Augustine's Church, 55 Fulham Palace Road, London W6 8AU
Advance booking is required: 020 8748 3788 or staugustineshammersmith.eventbrite.co.uk

Saturday 29 August 3pm
Ealing: Disputation on Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love
For more information see: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=28045

SEPTEMBER

1 September 5.30pm
London: Communities for the Climate
At Finsbury Park Mosque
7-11 St Thomas's Road, N4 2QH
Reflection and discussion about climate change ahead of the UN meeting in Paris.
Light refreshments.
The day is part of the Pray and fast for Climate Movement.

5 September 2015 2-6pm

London: An Afternoon with St Teresa of Avila at Notting Hill Carmel

The third of three Afternoons with St. Teresa - this one on 'Her Work of the Foundations' - at Notting Hill Carmel (The Carmelite Monastery, 87 St Charles Square, London, W10 6EA, Tel. 0208 960 4248). The afternoon includes an exhibition, a conference by Fr. Robert Opala, O.C.D., a period of silent prayer, refreshments, a Q&A session, and vespers. For further information email Sr Mary of St Joseph.

5-12 September 2015
Cumbria: Thinking Scripture: "The Gospel of Luke".
At Boarbank Hall All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer ofthe Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship andcommunity in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

7 - 11 September and 14 - 18 September 2015

Suffolk: Association of British Carmels Conference

A three-day conference on Teresa and her relevance today will be hosted by the Association of British Carmels and held at Belsey Bridge Conference Centre, Suffolk. The speaker will be the Australian Carmelite friar Fr Greg Homeming, OCD. This event will be open to members of the Carmelite Family only. Registration details will be available nearer the event.

11 September 2pm
New York: Commemoration of 11 September 2001 and UN International Peace Day
Pax Christi Metro, Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, The Curran Center, Fordham University, and Westchester Interfaith Connection invite you to a commemoration of September 11th, 2001 and UN International Peace Day. Film screening: 'In Our Son's Name' about the transformation that Phyllis and Orlando Rodriguez experienced after their son Greg died in the World Trade Center, followed by a discussion with Phyllis and Orlando.
In Casserly Hall, St.Joseph's Greenwich Village Church, Washington Place and Sixth Avenue. Suggested donation: $5-$10

12 September 2015
Quidenham Carmel: Afternoon with Teresa of Avila


The final of a series of three sessions at Quidenham Carmel in Norfolk, this afternoon explores Teresa's teaching on prayer. For more details visit the community's website by clicking here. The afternoon will include refreshments and time for discussion, and will end with Sung Vespers. To register for this free event please email Sr Shelagh.

12 September 2015
London: Understanding and Enjoying Holy Mass: Heaven on Earth
Newman Room. Heythrop College. Kensington Square W85HN. London
10 - 10.15am Arrivals and registration; 1015-12noon: Talk on the theme of the Holy Mass and the Eucharist
12.15 - 1pm Holy Mass at Maria Assumpta Chapel (To be confirmed)
Lead by: Fr Francisco Javier Oseguera, LC

2nd week of September 2015

Durham: Mysticism Conference, Durham

The Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain's conference in 2015 will be in Durham, England, on Mysticism and Spirituality.

20-26 September 2015
World Week of Peace in Israel-Palestine
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=27294

22 September - 4 October 2015

Salford: Exhibition
 on Teresa of Avila

Salford Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist

Saturday 26 September 2015. 10.30am - 5pm
London: Women & Peacemaking - Personal & Political
Day conference organised by Pax Christi & Women's International League for Peace & Freedom, supported by First World War Peace Forum and Ekklesia
At Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8EP
Fee for the day £10 / concessions £6
Booking form here: http://paxchristi.org.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Final_Womens-Conference.pdf

OCTOBER

7 - 15 October

Worldwide: Novena of Prayer
 with Teresa of Avila

Wherever you are in the world, join the Carmelite Family in nine days of prayer as the feast of St Teresa approaches.

13 - 23 October 2015

Nottingham: Exhibition
 on Teresa of Avila

Nottingham Cathedral Church of St Barnabas

14-16 October 2015 10.30am to 6.00pm
London: Exhibition by British Association of Iconographers
At St Saviour's Church, St. George's Square, London SW1V 3QW.
The exhibition will be opened on 14 October at 10.30am by the Archbishop Gregorios the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Thyateiria and Great Britain. There be a series of talk, including: Archimandrite Zenon by Aidan Hart. Icons a Living Tradition by Ramos Guillem Poqui. A history of Icons by Annie Shaw. The exhibition will close with a procession and blessing of Icons and Iconographers led by Fr Robert Gibbons, a Melkite priest and monk, who writes weekly for ICN.

15 October 2015 9.30am

Dolgellau: Teresa of Avila
 Mass

At Dolgellau Carmel, Wales, on the Solemnity of St Teresa (Celebrant: Fr John Bosco, Preacher: Fr Bob Rainbow)

17 October 2015

AYLESFORD
, CLOSING CELEBRATION OF THE TERESIAN YEAR,
Closing of the Teresian Year with a day of workshops, special events and Mass at Aylesford Priory, England.

17 October 2015
Quidenham Carmel in Norfolk 
Festal Vespers at to mark the close of the Teresa of Avila
 centenary year.
Vespers at 4.30pm will include excerpts from Handel's "Carmelite Vespers" sung by a special choir, and will be followed by refreshments.

Saturday 24 October 2015 10.30 am - 4.30 pm
London: Revolutionary Communion: Chasing Thomas Merton 100 years on
At the Meditatio Centre. Led by Revd Gary Hall Cost £30 Concessions £20

26-29 October 2015
Cumbria: Freedom and Hope: "After prison, what next?"
Study week with prayer and relaxation. For all who work with and for prisoners.
At Boarbank Hall. All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer of the Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship and community in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

NOVEMBER

3 November 2015: 5pm 

Dolgellau: Teresa of Avila
 Mass

Mass at Dolgellau Carmel, Wales, to close the Year for Religious (Concelebrants: Bishops Peter Brignall & Edwin Regan)

9-13 November 2015
Cumbria: Autumn Break: "Faith and the Arts". All welcome.
At Boarbank Hall. All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer of the Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship and community in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.

See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

Bristol: 'Green Economy' conference
7 November 2015, 11am to 5pm
At St Michael's Centre, Stoke Gifford, Bristol.
For tickets (priced between £5 - £20) and more information on 'The Economics of Hope' conference and the 'Joy in Enough' project
For more information visit www.greenchristian.org.uk/joy.

19- 20 November 2015
Dublin: Conference 
Academic Conference on Teresa
At Avila Carmelite Centre in Dublin. Details coming soon.

Saturday 21 November
Liverpool: Embrace
See: http://www.embrace-liverpool.org.uk/

DECEMBER

4-6 December 2015
Cumbria: Hope in Health: "Compassion".
Weekend for Catholic under-40s in healthcare.
At Boarbank Hall. All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer of the Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship and community in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

2016

JANUARY

11-16 January 2016
Cumbria: Health and Salvation: "Body, Mind and Spirit".
Retreat for healthcare professionals.
At Boarbank Hall. All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer of the Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship and community in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk


MARCH

11-13 March 2016

Cumbria: Time to Reflect: "Furness and the Cistercians".
Lenten weekend for lecturers in higher education.
At Boarbank Hal.l All our residential events combine lectures and discussions with Mass, Prayer of
the Church and opportunity for personal prayer, in a context of friendship and
community in our beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

19 March-2 April 2016
Cumbria: Holy Week and Easter Week.
Book early to share this time with us.
At Boarbank Hall in a beautiful Cumbrian setting beside Morecambe Bay.
See: http://www.boarbankhall.org.uk

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