Faith Matters: Westminster's Catholic Lecture Series returns on Tuesday evenings to address some of the questions people have on how to grow in knowledge and appreciation of the deposit of faith in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, in dialogue with patterns of thought and living in our changing society. This series is the first of four dedicated to the Year of Faith and focusses on Part I of the Catechism of the Catholic Church - 'What is Faith and how do we believe?'
The series will be introduced on 30 October with a talk given by Archbishop Vincent Nichols and the following three talks in this series will look at faith in relation to psychology, cultural anthropology and philosophy.
Each lecture will be introduced by a facilitator, who will also lead a question and answer session with the audience. There will also be an opportunity to take part in an online discussion forum on the diocesan website. Faith Matters is an initiative of the Agency for Evangelisation in conjunction with the Mount St Jesuit Centre.
All lectures will start at 7pm in Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, SW1P 1QJ.
All are welcome. Registration for the lectures is advised to guarantee a place. Register at: email@example.com or call: 020 7931 6078
Forthcoming lectures in the first series will be:
Archbishop Vincent Nichols
30 October 2012
Faith, Science and the Human Person
Rev Dr Andrew Pinsent
06 November 2012
Faith and the Psychologists
Professor Rachel Blass
13 November 2012
Finding God in other Cultures and Religions
Professor Ian Linden
20 November 2012