St Benedict, the Father of Western Monasticism, still guides religious life 1,500 years after his death. Fr Cassian Folsom, OSB, will speak on his life and the Rule he wrote.
Fr Matthew Blake, O.C.D., will explore the combination of powerful mysticism and practical wisdom that are characteristics of the two Spanish saints, Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross.
St Francis de Sales was known as a steadfast promoter of holiness in the day-to-day working life of the lay person. Canon Scott Tanner will offer insights into the spirituality offered by this great, but humble, bishop.
An online colloquium exploring various themes in Newman with leading UK scholars.
Fr Richard Conrad will explore the themes of being, freedom and friendship as the core of the spirituality of one of the Church’s greatest theologians: St Thomas Aquinas.
Dr Giuseppe Pezzini will offer insights into Newman’s vision of reality and his conversion to Catholicism.
Explore the simple, yet profound, spirituality of the Little Flower, with Canon John Udris.
Explore the life and spirituality of the romantic, former mercernary, Ignatius of Loyola, with Fr Dominic Robinson, S.J.
An afternoon conference with Professors Peter Davidson and Gerard Kilroy, exploring the relationship between Reformation England and Renaissance Europe.
Join us for a fun day of learning about and celebrating our Christian story, with Joanna Bogle. Parallel activities for adults and children.
Explore the relationship of the physical and spiritual worlds in Caravaggio’s painting, with Fr Leo Daley.
Explore the Christian spirit of European art through the eyes of the Victorian polymath, John Ruskin, with Prof. Keith Hanley.
Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P., will explore the Gothic style as an expression of the Catholic worldview ennunciated by the Scholastic philosophy of the Middle Ages.
Explore the life and spirituality of Blessed John Henry Newman in this three-part talk with Fr Laurence Gambella.
A day of input and discussion on the whats, whys and hows of evangelisation.
Post-modernity and Catholicism present two fundamentally different ways of viewing the world: what are the challenges and the opportunities?
Authors John and Wendy Rayne-Davis will present their latest book on St Margaret Clitheroe, followed by Q&A and drinks & nibbles.