Friday, 14 May 2010

Evangelium Conference 2010: Weekend for Young Catholic Adults

Click here for details of the exciting Evangelium Conference 2010 for young Catholic adults (18-35).

Taking place at the Oratory School, Reading on 6th-8th August 2010, the conference promises to be an inspiring and informative event, with renowned and respected Catholic speakers in the Church and in the media.

Priestly blogger, Fr Tim Finigan will be there, Broadcaster and writer, Joanna Bogle, Jack Valero of Opus Dei and Catholic Voices fame, Fr Marcus Holden and Fr Andrew Pinsent, Co-founders of St Anthony's Communications and co-authors of Evangelium will be there as well as a range of other excellent speakers.

Actually, I don't know if they're excellent speakers or not, I'm just assuming that they are.

Click here for more information on that course.

Meanwhile, Fr Andrew Pinsent, who I think I may have met recently while I was in Oxford briefly, has been working on Apologia with Fr Marcus Holden. These two priests have a history of putting their heads together and coming up with concise, informative and incisive rebuttals of secular nonsense and have a gift for explaining the Catholic Faith in about 20 minutes.

Credo is an excellent RCIA tool and Apologia looks to refute the vast range of Dawkin's delusions.

Both are available now from the CTS for just £2.95 a copy.

What a bargain. Just think, Richard Dawkins books are probably about a tenner. Make yourself a huge saving and become a Catholic.

1 comment:

Michelle Therese said...

I just bought a whole bunch of CTS booklets! We have their bibles too. What a fantastic group!

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