Friday 7 December 2018

Upcoming Seminars: February

Catholicism and the Arts York was so pleased by the presentations, turn-out and discussion of our December session, 'On Hallowed Grounds? Understanding Medieval Church Architecture' - many thanks especially to our presenters Elizabeth Biggs and Karl Kinsella and to all who attended!

We are already looking forward to our next sessions! We will be taking a break for the remainder of December and for January to celebrate the holiday season, and then will come back full-force with two sessions in February! At the beginning of the month we welcome two panelists for our regularly scheduled early-month session (on a Wednesday, rather than a Thursday), and at the end of the month, we are so pleased to be hosting Andre Gushurst Moore from the Benedictine institution, Worth School, who will be debuting his new book, Glory in All Things (see his previous publication, The Common Mind, below)!  Looking forward to all these talks and those to follow, at the usual time and place - 6pm, Upper Room, St. Wilfrid's York. 

6 February 2019: The Language of Grace? Literature and the Theme of Grace in the Novel (Tentative title - more information to follow!)

Dr. Elizabeth R. Powell (Centre for Catholic Studies,Durham)

Brother Isaac Wharton (Blackfriars, University of Oxford)

28 February 2019: SPECIAL LECTURE by Andre Gushurst-Moore (Second Headmaster, Worth School) Glory in All Things - An Exclusive Book Debut 

‘Upper Room’, St. Wilfrid’s Church, Duncombe Place YO1 7ED
6 and 28th February, 2019, 18.00-19:30
(N.B. The Upper Room is located upstairs through a door in the furthest back of the small car park adjacent to the church.)

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