Independent Catholic News logo Welcome Visitor
Monday, April 27, 2015
London: Conference to mark first anniversary of election of Pope Francis
Comment Email Print

On 13 March 2013,  the Jesuit Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected Pope. Over the past 12 months, how has Pope Francis been influenced by Saint Francis of Assisi and by the founder of the Jesuit Order, St Ignatius of Loyola? What has been his impact on the Church’s evangelical mission, its option for the poor, its hopes for unity with the eastern churches and on global politics?

What’s in a Name?  Conference to mark first anniversary of election of Pope Francis takes place at Heythrop College in Kensington on Saturday 15 March 2014, 9.30am – 4.30pm.

The speakers will be: Ms Cathy Corcoran, Cardinal Hume Centre; Dr Damian Howard SJ'  Mr Anthony O’Mahony;  Dr Paul Rout OFM, Dr Gemma Simmonds CJ, Heythrop College; and Dr Scott Thomas, University of Bath

Cost: £20, including morning tea/coffee and a sandwich lunch

For booking and further information, including full programme, see:

Share:  Bookmark and Share
Tags: Cardinal Hume Centre; Dr Damian Howard SJ' Mr Anthony O’Mahony; Dr Paul Rout, Cathy Corcoran, Dr Gemma Simmonds CJ, Dr Scott Thomas, Heythrop College, Pope Francis, University of Bath, What’s in a Name? Conference

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software