The Oratory’s group for young adults meets in St Wilfrid's Hall. Meetings begin with hot snacks and drinks from 7.30pm. Talk at 8pm. Social after until 10pm.
Thursday 24th January: Neil Scolding, Burden Professor and Director of the Bristol Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, will speak on “Stem cells and medicine: where are we now?”
Thursday 21st February: Speaker TBC
Thursday 28th March: Lenten Evening of Recollection in the Little Oratory from 7.30pm
Thursday 2nd May: Professor Julia Riley, Royal Marsden Hospital, will speak on ”Assisted suicide: should those with incurable illnesses be allowed to choose when they die?”
Thursday 23rd May: Clare Asquith will speak on “Shakespeare and the Resistance”.
Thursday 4th July: Speaker TBC
Helping us to help others
By volunteering through the Brompton Oratory you commit to a dual role: giving your time to those in genuine need and doing so as an "ambassador" for your Faith and for the Oratory. This will be a chance to witness to the truth of the Catholic Faith by concrete deeds of love.
We work with a number of different charities that care for the homeless, the elderly and ex-offenders. However, there are plenty more areas and opportunities.
What do I need to do?
All you need to do is register with us. After which you will be contacted by one of our team to arrange a meeting, where you will be able to explore the areas you wish to help in, your availability and how long you wish to volunteer for.
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All those aged 18-35 are welcome to attend