The series of public lectures, based on the theme of Creation, which is organised by Benedictus Trust in conjunction with the Order of Malta and the London Oratory, continues on Tuesday 7th March. Professor William Carroll, a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford and founder member of Benedictus Academic Team, will speak on "Creation and Contemporary Cosmology: From Stephen Hawking to Thomas Aquinas". 7pm to 8.30pm (including time for discussion) in St Wilfrid’s Hall at the Oratory. All lectures are free & everyone is welcome.

 

Forthcoming lectures:

28th March - Fr John Hemer MHM
Starting at 8pm, after the Mass of Exposition for the 40 Hours' Devotion
Formation Advisor, Allen Hall Seminary
Title to be confirmed

25th April - Dr Michael Hurley
Faculty of English, University of Cambridge
Creation in John Henry Newman (TBC)

16th May - Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP
Writer on art and faith
Grace as Re-Creation in Caravaggio's Calling of St Matthew