Evangelium Conference 2011



Just in case you had not heard, this years Evangelium Conference will be held on 5th - 7th August at Reading Oratory School. You can join the Facebook Group here.

Young adults (18 to 35) are invited to attend the fourth Evangelium weekend residential conference on the theme of explaining the Catholic faith in the modern world:


  • dynamic talks by excellent speakers
  • mix with other young people who share your faith
  • discuss and talk informally with our speakers
  • daily Mass and eucharistic adoration
  • opportunities for confession
  • relax in the beautiful grounds
  • opportunities for sport and evening entertainment


The Conference this year, organised by the Evangelium Project and sponsored by the Catholic Truth Society, is also delighted to welcome Rt Rev. Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury, as a principal celebrant and homilist:

Confirmed speakers to date:


  • Rt Rev. Mark Davies - Bishop of Shrewsbury
  • Steve Ray - World famous Catholic evangelist and former Baptist
  • Dr Caroline Farey - Head of the Maryvale Institute Catechetical Team
  • Fr Jerome Bertram - Oratorian and writer
  • Dr Andrew Nash - Expert on Bl. John Henry Newman
  • Rev. Ed Tomlinson - Priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham
  • Joanna Bogle - Broadcaster, writer, author of Feasts and Seasons
  • Fr Thomas Crean OP - author of A Catholic Replies to Professor Dawkins
  • Fr Marcus Holden - Co-founder of St Anthony Communications; co-author of Evangelium
  • Fr Andrew Pinsent - Oxford University Theology Faculty, former particle physicist at CERN


The Reading Oratory School was founded under the supervision of John Henry, later Cardinal Newman, in 1859, and is today one of the top independent boys' schools in the United Kingdom.

Further information:

Email: evangeliumproject@gmail.com
Call: 01834 812643 or 07563 351734

Comments

Mike said…
Lucky people who are aged 18-35. But where can us folks in our 60s go to hear such a range of wonderful speakers?
If I go I'll video it for you.
epsilon said…
Laurence - where were you this morning for the Big Question from Brighton?? Christina Odone sounded fairly sure that wimim bishops were "down the road". The BBC was more balanced than ever before - not, with CO daring to suggest that marriage should be - wait for it - between a man and a woman, to stoney silence from the rest of the audience.

There was one fantastic young guy Peter who was brilliant and a woman from the synod - have a look. We'll have to say an awful lot more prayers for the conversion of England!
Joseph Shaw said…
I'll be giving a talk too - hope to see you there!