Friday, 15 January 2010

Publicity Spot


Two sessions on the subject of Anglicanorum Coetibus have been brought to the WG's attention. Details below. It is heartening indeed that efforts are being made throughout our church to seek to understand the Holy Father's generous offer.

1. Holy Trinity, Reading

Father David Elliott, Priest-in-charge of the Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Reading has set aside an evening for discussion on the subject of the recent Apostolic Constitution issued by the Holy Father. It will be held on Wednesday 20th January at 7.30pm in the Undercroft at HT. Fr David writes that while this is principally for the people at HT, others are more than welcome to come along to explore the future possibilities for different churches.

2. Pusey House, Oxford

A day conference examining elements of Anglican Patrimony in the light of the Apostolic Constitution of Pope Benedict XVI, Anglicanorum Coetibus.

Speakers include:

Anglican Patrimony: A Catholic historian’s perspective
Professor Eamon Duffy, Professor of the History of Christianity, Fellow, Director of Studies, Magdalene College, Cambridge

The Anglican Tradition of Moral Theology
The Revd Canon Dr Robin Ward, Principal, St Stephen’s House, Oxford

The Church of England: Parochial and Pastoral
The Revd Philip North, Rector, Old St Pancras Team Ministry, London

Canon Law: A comparative study
The Revd David Ackerman, Priest in Charge Sherborne, Windrush, the Barringtons and Aldsworth, Gloucester

Conference Fee: £20 (includes coffee on arrival and buffet lunch).

Booking: Father William Davage either by telephone 01865 288024 or by email william.davage@stx.ox.ac.uk

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Early booking is advised. When booking you should make any dietary requirements known.

The Conference will end with Sung Evening Prayer at 5.00 p.m.

Please keep those involved in such events in your prayers.

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