A series of talks will take place at Vaughan House, behind Westminster Cathedral, throughout Lent. This year's lineup will be: Fr Richard Ounsworth OP; Fr John Farrell OP, Fr Aidan Nichols OP and Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP. There will also be a Resource Preview of Fr Robert Barron’s DVD Programme – Priest, Prophet, King in Shenley.
Booking is required for each event as places are limited. Register for each talk on the links below or email [email protected] If you do not have an access to the Internet, please call at 020 7931 6078. Suggested donation is £3 per session.
24th Feb 2015 ‘Jesus’ by Fr Richard Ounsworth OP. Book here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faith-matters-lent-2015-jesus-by-fr-richard-ounsworth-op-tickets-12395337789
3rd Mar 2015 ‘The Church and the Christian Life’ by Fr John Farrell OP, Book here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faith-matters-lent-2015-the-church-and-the-christian-life-by-fr-john-farrell-op-tickets-12395353837
10th Mar 2015 ‘How to write Theology’ by Fr Aidan Nichols OP. Book here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faith-matters-lent-2015-how-to-write-theology-by-fr-aidan-nichols-op-tickets-12395363867
17th Mar 2015 ‘Tolerant and Free despite being Catholic?’ by Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP. Book here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faith-matters-lent-2015-tolerant-and-free-despite-being-catholic-by-fr-timothy-radcliffe-op-tickets-12395387939
All the lectures are from 7pm to 8.30pm.
At Vaughan House, 46 Francis St , SW1P 1QN
All Faith Matters talks are recorded and can be accessed on a later date at http://rcdow.org.uk/faith/faith-matters/
Resource Preview – Fr Robert Barron’s DVD Programme – Priest, Prophet, King.
When: 25th Feb 2015, 1pm - 2.30pm and repeated at 8pm - 9.30pm.
Where: Catholic Church, Black Lion Hill, Shenley, WD7 9DH. (Just off Junction 22, M25)
It is essential to book a place. Click here to book or phone 0207 798 9150 or
email [email protected]
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