St Patrick’s Soho Square is re-opening after 14 months of renovation work
Tuesday 31st May 2011 6pm Mass
The Principal Celebrant will be His Grace the Archbishop of Westminster, the Most Reverend Vincent Nichols. The Mass will include the premiere of a choral work by James MacMillan.
Wednesday 1st June 2011 6pm First Vespers of the Ascension
presided over by the Right Reverend James Conley, Auxiliary Bishop of Denver followed by a private, invitation-only address from the noted American scholar Prof George Weigel on Pope Benedict XVI and the Future of the West
Thursday 2nd June 2011 6pm Solemn Mass of The Ascension
celebrated by His Eminence Cardinal George Pell, Archbishop of Sydney
See you there
Theres so much going on at the Thomas More Institute
For example, Wednesday 6th April, Rt. Rev. Michael J. Nazir-Ali What has Christian Faith to Do with Essential Values?
Crosses for Life
Saturday 13th November, starting at 1.30pm at Westminster Cathedral and ending at Westminster Abbey
Relational Thinking: a vision for Christian engagement in public life
November 11th Jubilee Centre founder Michael Schluter will describe what can happen when we view all of life through a relational lens.
November 18th Paul Mills, an economist who has worked in London and Washington on global financial stability, will argue from a biblical perspective that finance is inherently relational. This lecture offers a biblical critique of the current financial system and indicates how individuals, churches and society can find ways forward in the present crisis that reflect God’s character and ways.
November 25th, Jonathan Burnside, reader in Biblical Law at Bristol University, will show how a culture of control is not the best way to bring justice to a society in which relationships are unravelling.
All Souls, Langham Place, starting at 6.30pm. More details at the Jubilee Centre
James Featherby is speaking at the first meeting of the Economy Working Group of the Saint Augustine Institute, today, Friday, 8th October 2010. James Feather will take us on his
Personal Journey through the City and Leviticus: One family’s exploration of Jubilee in an urban, post-modern, debt- driven, non-communal and never-resting world
James is author of The White Swan Formula: Rebuilding Finance and Business for the Common Good
Our problems are in reality human, not technical. They are philosophical and psychological, not regulatory or economic…
Fırst, let us not rush past the moment in which we now stand. We will not learn lessons unless we engage fully with the consequences of our mistakes. A key part of that is a proper engagement with the pain caused by our shortcomings…
I am sorry that doesn’t give you much notice. But you can admire the Institute’s website. I have posted a couple of short pieces on the Economy page
The Word transforming – The composer James MacMillan and the poet Michael Symmons Roberts Thursday 29 October 12.00-1.30pm St Faith’s Chapel, St Paul’s Cathedral
Money: A Crisis of Value St Paul’s Cathedral Institute’s 2009 series will address the moral questions raised by the dramatic financial situation, and whether opportunities for society’s good can come from the economic crisis.
Still on the subject of money, have you met Thomas Greco, David Boyle, Ellen Brown, David Korten and Richard Douthwaite ? A clear victory for the popularisers over the academics. Though there is a flash of genius from Willem Buiter (you’ll need to persevere).
The Romanian Orthodox parish of Saint George invites you to join us in prayer for the celebration the Divine Liturgy and of the sacrament of the ordination to the priesthood of Deacon Liviu Barbu
His Eminence Josif Pop Archbishop of the Romanian Metropolis of Central and Western Europe will preside over the Divine Service
The Fourth Sunday of Great Lent of Saint John Climacus
The Romanian Orthodox Church
St Dunstan in the West
I am giving a series of four short Lent lunchtime talks, with Q&A, starting Wednesday 11th March at St Stephen’s Walbrook. These will deal with Lent and Easter, Church and Eucharist, and they will be light but theological.