Forthcoming Events

  • (Updated )

2018

(Check also the Regular Events listings page for events that take place over a series of dates)


DECEMBER

Now to 30 January 2019

Scotland: Refugee photographic exhibition to visit all dioceses
See: www.indcatholicnews.com/news/35146

Monday 10 December
Worldwide: UN Human Rights Day
See: unmeditation.org/

Monday 10 December
Glasgow: Jim Forest on Peacemaking: in conversation with Kathy Galloway, Iona Community
An evening meeting 21 Carlton Court, Glasgow, G5 9JP
Book tickets here: www.wildgoose.scot/events/

Tuesday 11 December
Glasgow: An evening with Jim Forest
Hosted by UK Province of the Xaverian Missionaries, the Justice and Peace Commission Scotland and Pax Christi Scotland,
At St George's Tron, Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 2LX 7 - 9pm

Tuesday 11 December 7pm
London: Pax Christi Advent Peace Service and Christmas Market
St Aloysius Church, Euston followed by alternative Christmas market with fairtrade goods, goods from Palestine, Philippines and more.
For singers and musicians, there will be a rehearsal on 8 December between 2 - 4pm in St Philomena's Convent, 70-71 Euston Square NW1 1DJ (Corner of Euston Square and Grafton Place) Music will be led by Julie McCann.

Wednesday 12 December 7.30pm
London Annual Guadalupe Mass
at St Dominic's, Haverstock Hill
Followed by a reception.

Wednesday 12 December 6.30pm
London: National Churches Trust Carol Concert with Huw Edwards, Bill Bryson and Michael Palin.
At St James's church, Piccadilly
See a very short video about the concert: https://vimeo.com/299757199

Thursday 13 December 7pm.
London: Apostleship of the Sea Carol Service
At the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption,
10 Warwick St, London W1B 5LZ
With the Victoria Children's Choir, followed by traditional refreshments including mulled wine and mince pies.
If you are attending, please send a message to Roland 07887893763 roland@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk

Thursday 13 December 7 - 9pm
London: Aid to the Church in Need Carol Service
At Farm Street Church, 14 Mount Street, Mayfair
London, W1K 3AH

Thursday 13 December
London: Jim Forest reflection on Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Daniel Berrigan.
Hosted by Pax Christi, London Catholic Worker, Faith & Resistance and Thomas Merton Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
At St Pancras Church Hall, Lancing Street, off Eversholt Street, Duston. NW1. 6.45 - 9pm
Details of all events here: http://paxchristi.org.uk/news-and-events/events-calendar/

15-23 December 7.30pm
London: Novena of Simbang Gabi Masses
Followed nightly with a "fiesta" of traditional Filipino food and celebrations.

15 December 10.30am-12.30pm
Chester: Friends of Palestine, street campaigning
Meet up outside HSBC, Eastgate, Chester. We will also be giving out Christmas cards.
Further information: ChesterFriendsofPalestine@hotmail.com

Wednesday 18 December
Worldwide: International Migrants Day
For more information see: un.org/en/events/migrantsday

Wednesday and Thursday 19 and 20 December 7.30pm
London: A Christmas Celebration at Westminster Cathedral
Music and readings for Christmas
Westminster Cathedral Choir and Orchestra with conductor Martin Baker
Tickets available from Cathedral Gift Shop and Ticketmaster: 0844 0444 or www.ticketmaster.co.uk

30 December
Sunday Worship led by Sarah Teather, Jesuit Refugee Service
Radio 4 8am-10am

2019

JANUARY

15 January 6pm

London: Unveiling of Homeless Jesus sculpture by Timothy Shmaltz
At Farm Street Church, Mayfair
Read more about the work here: www.indcatholicnews.com/news/25559

19 January 6pm
London: Santo Niño Mass
at St Dominic's, Haverstock Hill
With the Filipino choir.

28 January 10am
London: Mass in honour of St Thomas Aquinas
at St Dominic's, Haverstock Hill
10 am. Followed by enrolment ceremony for the Angelic Warfare Confraternity.

Wednesday 6 February - 9 March
Oxford: 'Cloisters' Photography Exhibition
Paul Preece Photography from the 12th Century
At The North Wall
For more information see: www.thenorthwall.com
Wednesday 6 February 6 for 6.30pm - Free gallery talk 'Decoding the hidden symbolism of Oseira' with the photographer Paul Preece


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