There will be a rare chance to meet Kate Hennessy, granddaughter of Dorothy Day, at Farm Street church in London next week, when she takes part in a discussion after a special screening of a film portraying the life of the celebrated Catholic social activist.
Hosted by The Tablet and Farm Street Church, the screening of ' Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story' on Thursday, 5 March, will be followed by Q&A and drinks.
The Cause for Dorothy Day's possible beatification is currently underway.
1745 - 1800 Pre Mass registration
1800 - 1830 Mass
1830 - 1845 Post Mass registration
1845 - 1850 Introduction by Brendan Walsh
1850 - 1900 Introduction by Kate Hennessy (granddaughter of Dorothy Day)
1900 - 1957 Showing of Revolution of the Heart (57 mins)
1957 - 2010 Short break
2010 - 2030 Q&A Session with Kate Hennessy
2030 - 2100 Drinks reception
To book your ticket click here: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4524630
or call 020 8748 8484
There are concessions available.
See a trailer for the film here: www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=189&v=DRQLnJJZnCo&feature=emb_logo
Pax Christi and London Catholic Worker are hosting An Evening with Kate Hennessy: International Women's Day event @ Bloomsbury Baptist Church Tickets on 4 March at 7pm. Kate will also be signing copies of her book: 'The World Will be Saved by Beauty'.The event is free. You can book tickets through Evenbrite" www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-kate-hennessy-tickets-91768362643
We Need Your Support
ICN aims to provide speedy and accurate news coverage of all subjects of interest to Catholics and the wider Christian community. As our audience increases - so do our costs. We need your help to continue this work.
Please support our journalism by donating today.Donate