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30 January 2019Forgive us our Debts - the launch of the research findings from a partnership project between Theos think tank and St Paul’s Institute. The project is examining debt in the UK at the personal, corporate, and government levels and engage the main areas of concern within a theologically–informed moral framework. The evening will bring together a group of leading thinkers and practitioners to discuss ethics, finance and our nation’s relationship with money. Speakers include: Stella Creasy MP, Lord Brian Griffiths, Barbara Ridpath and Nathan Mladin. 6:45pm-8:00pm. OBE Chapel, St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London. Booking here. 

30 January 2019Modern Slavery in London Diocese of London Lent Appeal  An evening to understand more about what Slavery in London looks like today and to explore how we can be part of the solution to eradicate it through actions and financial donations. Featuring Bishop Sarah Mullally. The evening will focus on a Theology of Liberation; the signs to look out for; Modern Slavery from a survivor’s perspective; resources for churches; meet five of the charities working in the field. 6.30pm – 8.30pm, St John’s Church, Lansdowne Crescent, W11 2NN. Free, open to all and includes refreshments. To book a place click here.  

12 February 2019 - Housing and the Common Good - a public lecture and discussion panel on housing and Catholic social teaching run by the Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice and hosted by the Centre for Theology and Community. Speakers: Dawn Foster, Pat Jones and Revd Dr Angus Ritchie. Event begins at 6pm with drinks reception, then keynote address at 6.45pm, followed by a panel and audience discussion. Preceded by an interactive workshop led by Pat Jones looking at how Catholic social teaching and the concept of the common good can help us divine solutions to homelessness and the housing crisis. The workshop runs from 4-6pm and will draw on the experience of faith-based work on housing and homelessness. To book a place at either or both events, email

23 February 2019 The Exceptional Case: reflecting on the Legacy of Ken Leech A day conference to reflect on the theology of Ken Leech with a particular emphasis on London. Speakers: Rt Revd Jonathan Clark, Bishop of Croydon, The Ven Stephen Heathfield, Archdeacon of Aston, The Revd Sue Lucas, Team Rector Holy Trinity Eastham. St Botolph’s Aldgate, London. For more information email Terry Drummond

1 March 2019 - Christians in Politics - The Influence Tour 'The difference between just making noise and having influence is relationships.’ An event run by Christians in Politics and Jubilee Centre to 'inspire Christians to take up the biblical call to engage'. Speakers: Anna Smith, Tim Lornie. Panel discussion, Q&A, group reflection, discussion and networking. At the C3 Centre, Cambridge from 19.30 - 22.00. Register on Eventbrite.

14 March 2019 - The State, Church and Community  PLEASE NOTE THIS DATE HAS CHANGED This is the third debate in our series State, Society and the Common Good held in partnership with Theos, the Benedict XVI Centre and CCLA. It will take place at St Mary's Putney, London.  Speakers will be announced and booking will open nearer the time - check back here or subscribe to our newsletter for updates. View previous events for video of the first two debates in the series.

18 March 2019 - Love in Action – Catholic Social Teaching for Every Church Launch of a new book by Fr Simon Cuff. Following a celebration of Holy Communion at 6.30pm, there will be a short talk on the content of a new book and an introduction to Catholic Social Teaching. This will be followed by refreshments and the opportunity for more informal discussion. At All Saints, Margaret Street, London W1W 8JG


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