Faith Matters Question Time
The first Faith Matters Question Time will take place at Farm Street Church Hall in central London on Wednesday 4 June 2014. It will be an opportunity for members of the public to hear an invited panel engage in debate and answer questions on matters of faith and life today.
The topic for the first Faith Matters Question Time will be Pope Francis’ Vision for the Catholic Church – what does it mean for us? and the speakers will be:
Baron (Maurice) Glasman, an English academic, social thinker and Labour life peer in the House of Lords. Lord Glasman of Stamford Hill is a senior lecturer in Political Theory at London Metropolitan University and Director of its Faith and Citizenship Programme.
Julian Coman, the Assistant Editor of The Observer, with responsibility for home and foreign news. He was formerly Paris and then Washington correspondent for The Sunday Telegraph and Home News Editor for The Independent.
Sarah de Nordwall is one of the Catholic Voices team. She works in a bardschool, writing poems on commission for business and charity events. She also runs her own shows and creative poetry workshops in the community, for a mixture of clients. She is passionate about women's issues and volunteers for ’40 Days for Life’.
Sarah Teather is the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Brent Central. She founded the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Guantanamo Bay and is currently Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees. Last September, she announced that she would leave the Commons in 2015.
Faith Matters is a programme of the Mount Street Jesuit Centre and the Agency for Evangelisation. Faith Matters Question Time – Pope Francis’ Vision for the Catholic Church, what does it mean for us? will take place at Farm Street Church Hall, 114 Mount Street, London W1K 3AH on Wednesday 4 June 2014 from 7pm until 8.30pm. Booking is essential via www.mountstreet.info; recommended donation on the door - £7.00. For more information contact Fr Dominic Robinson SJ at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 19:00