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2016

SEPTEMBER

Now to - 4 October
Resources for Creation Time
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=30450

Monday- Friday 19 - 23 September, Mon - Thurs 11.30am - 8pm, Fri 11.30am - 2.45pm.
London Exhibition: You cannot pass today - life through a dividing wall
At Hinde Street Methodist Church, near Bond Street and Oxford Circus tubes.
For more information see: ICN 14 September 2016 London exhibition exposes harsh reality of Israeli border controls http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=30919


Saturday, September 24, 2016 7pm
Toronto: English Language Premiere of Open Bethlehem
TPFF (Toronto Palestine Film Festival)
More Info: www.tpff.ca

Saturday September 24, 10am - 1pm
Hitchin, Hertfordshire: Laudato Si and Care of Creation - where next?
at Our Lady Immaculate and St Andrew
exhibitions and talks from CAFOD, Justice and Peace and Caritas
for more information email Barbara at barbarakentish@rcdow.org.uk

Saturday 24 September 7.45
London: Catholic Underground
At Centre for Youth Ministry, 20 Phoenix Road, London, NW1 1TA
Catholic Underground is a cultural apostolate of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. It is a direct response to a call that began with Pope John Paul II, and is continued by Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. The first part of the evening is Eucharistic adoration, and begins with Vespers (Evening Prayer). This is the universal prayer of the Church - prayed by the Catholics throughout the world in every time zone and in every language. After Vespers, there is a time of simple praise. This provides a window for each person to personally encounter Jesus Christ. The beauty of the darkened Church illumined by candles helps us enter the mystery of our Lord's presence in the Eucharist. The holy hour ends with solemn Benediction.

Afterwards people can socialise downstairs in the hall. We end our evening as we began. With the prayer of the Church. Compline (Night Prayer) is simple and beautiful. It concludes with a hymn to Our Lady, Daughter Zion. Mother of the New Jerusalem.


Monday, September 26, 2016 7pm
Vancouver, BC, Canada, screening of Open Bethlehem at Rio Theatre
More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/186487138440916/


Tuesday, September 27, 2016 7pm
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: Screen of Open Bethlehem

At Edmonton Peace Festival
More Info: www.edmontonpeacefestival.org/

Tuesday 27 September 7 - 8.30 pm
Glasgow: Nukes of Hazard
Jurys Inn Glasgow (80 Jamaica Street, Glasgow)
Speakers: - Rob Edwards, report author, Alison Thewliss MP (Glasgow Central), Councillor Martha Wardrop (Hillhead), John Ainslie (Scottish CND), Jane Tallents (Nukewatch) Chaired by Rebecca Sharkey (ICAN UK)
The event will begin with a presentation on the Nukes of Hazard report from Rob Edwards followed by short talks on nuclear weapon convoys and the possible impact on Glasgow of an incident involving the convoys. There will then be time for a Q&A with the audience. This is event is free, but please register here if you have the time.


Wednesday 28 September 7.30-9pm
Canterbury: Fr Tom Herbst OFM will give his second talk on Mercy in the Gospel of Luke
Saint Thomas's Church Hall, Iron Bar Lane, Canterbury
Please make a donation to cover Fr Tom's expenses.

Thursday 29 September 7-9pm
London: A Call To Action Westminster

At Maria Fidelis Upper School
34 Phoenix Road, London NW1 1TA
The programme includes discussions and reports.
This event is sponsored by A Call To Action (ACTA) in Westminster. ACTA is a national movement. Still inspired by the Second Vatican Council, we work with others to create an atmosphere of openness, mutual respect and dialogue among laity, religious, clergy and Bishops; and together we seek to face the challenges of the world around us. www.acalltoaction.org.uk
For this event, booking ahead not essential but would help with catering.

Contact: Lauri Clarke lzmac@blueyonder.co.uk £5 donation welcome on the day to cover the cost of venue and food.

OCTOBER

Saturday 1st October, 2016
London: Regnum Christo talk by Fr Matthew Devereux LC - Letting Jesus Heal my Wounds
At St Mary's, St Thomas More Room, Cadogan Street, London SW3 2QR
The schedule for the morning will be: 10 - 10.30am Mass; 10.30 - 11am Welcome coffee 11 - 12:30 followed by talk.

Saturday i October 10am - 1pm
Chiswick, west London: Laudato Si and Care of Creation - where next?
at Our Lady of Grace and St Edward
exhibitions and talks from CAFOD, Justice and Peace and Caritas
for more information email Barbara at barbarakentish@rcdow.org.uk

Sunday 2nd October. 12noon - 4pm
Aylesford Priory, Kent. St Therese Pilgrimage
All welcome


Wednesday 5 October 7.30-9pm
Canterbury: Fr Tom Herbst OFM will give his third talk on Mercy in the Gospel of Luke
Saint Thomas's Church Hall, Iron Bar Lane, Canterbury
Please make a donation to cover Fr Tom's expenses.


Monday 10 October, 7 - 9pm,
Glasgow: 'Where are we now? What scope is there for Scotland to be a place of welcome for refugees and migrants?'
Organised by Craighead Institute of Life and Faith event with GRAMNet and the Iona Community
Iona Community, 21 Carlton Court, Glasgow G5 9JP
Speakers: Sarah Craig, Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Glasgow and Co-Convenor for Law, GRAMNet
Amal Azzudin, campaigner, human rights activist and former Glasgow Girl
Everyone is welcome. If you would like to attend, please book through the Eventbrite site.https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/where-are-we-now-can-scotland-be-a-place-of-welcome-for-refugees-migrants-tickets-20755824229?utm_term=eventurl_text #craigheadconversations

Tuesday, 11 October 7.30pm
Chester: ACN North West Event
St Columba's Catholic Church, Plas Newton Lane, Chester CH2 1SA. 

Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury in attendance. Entrance free. 




Wednesday 12 October 6.30pm
London: Pope Francis: Loneliness of a Long-Distance Runner - free public lecture by Marco Politi
At Heythrop College
Light refreshments will be available.
This event is free to attend but booking is essential at http://shop.heythrop.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=4


Wednesday, 12 October 7pm.
Paisley: ACN Scotland - Faith, Hope and Freedom Event 

St Mirin Cathedral, Incle Street, Paisley PA1 1HR.
Mass at 7pm celebrated by Bishop John Keenan of Paisley followed by talks in St Mirin Hall. Entrance free.



Wednesday 12 October 7.30-9pm
Canterbury: Fr Tom Herbst OFM will give his fourth talk on Mercy in the Gospel of Luke
Saint Thomas's Church Hall, Iron Bar Lane, Canterbury
Please make a donation to cover Fr Tom's expenses.

Wednesday 12 October
London: Heaven and Earth at the National Gallery
See: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=30761

Thursday 13 October 12noon
London: Sir Harold Hood Lecture 2016
Methodist Central Hall, Westminster - Faith, Prison & Rehabilitation: Looking to the Future
Lecture by Rt hon Andrew Selous MP, Minister for Prisons
Starting at 12noon with a lunch reception, lecture starts at 12.45

Saturday 15 October, 10am - 1pm
Kensington: Laudato Si and Care of Creation - where next?
at Our of Victories
exhibitions and talks from CAFOD, Justice and Peace and Caritas
for more information email Barbara at barbarakentish@rcdow.org.uk

Saturday, 15 October, 10.30am-3.30pm
London: ACN Annual Westminster Even
At Westminster Cathedral, Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1P 1AW. Mass in the cathedral followed by talks in the cathedral hall. Event led by Neville Kyrke-Smith, UK National Director of Aid to the Church in Need. Also speaking is Jacques El Kallassi, director of Télé Lumière, Lebanon's first and only Christian television station.Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster will make opening remarks as the talks get underway in the hall. Tickets £10 each. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Friday 14 October 7.30pm
London: Screening of the movie RISEN
At Notre Dame de France, 5 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BX. One of the best Christian movies of the decade about what happened after the Resurrection. Tickets: £5 book online www.bit.ly/risen14oct or in person at the venue, the movie is followed by Q & A. Advance booking is recommended!

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

28 -30th October 2016
Booking now: Young Catholic Adult Weekend @ Douai Abbey
Are you 18-40, do you want to deepen your knowledge of the Catholic faith, learn its devotions and meet like minded people? Young Catholic Adults are organizing a weekend at Douai Abbey in Berkshire) led by Fr Thomas Crean OP. You'll be able to hear catechetical talks, learn how to sing Gregorian Chant, say the Rosary, socialize and have fun. Book soon as places are limited!

This weekend has been going for over 10 years, it is a unique experience, which brings the Catholic faith to a new generation!

For more information go to:- http://youngcatholicadults-latestnews.blogspot.co.uk/.
For more details goto:- http://www. youngcatholicadults.co.uk/events.htm.

Saturday 23rd November 10/30am - 4pm
London: ACTA National Conference 'The Evolving Church - where are we going with Pope Francis?'
At Holy Apostles Parish Centre, Cumberland Street, Pimlico, SW1V 4LY
The speakers are Professor Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Roehampton and Director at the Digby Stuart Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing and Professor Werner Jeanrod, Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford. There will also be plenty of time for discussion.

2017

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

JUNE

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

AUGUST

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


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