The “Instrumentum Laboris”, the working document for October’s Synod on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment, was presented this week at a press conference in Rome, by Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, the Secretary General of the Synod of Bishops. Read more
St Mary’s University, Twickenham is presenting a two-day festival of theology and faith at the service of the Gospel in the parish, school, home and workplace.
A weekend ticket is £70, and a Day Pass is £40. Student prices are £25 a day. Places can be booked online. Limited on-campus accommodation is available – enquire about this please contact email@example.com.
For more information about this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Download a poster: Pastoral Review Congress 2018
The latest research into the lives and faith of young Catholic adults is essential reading for youth workers, and the report is accompanied by a valuable tool for applying the findings to your work with those you already reach, and in giving insights to reaching beyond this group.
Bishop Hudson with Camino House team, Stephen Davies, Danny Curtin
and Matthew van Duyvenbode
Over 70 representatives from Catholic youth organisations and religious orders attended the launch this week of ‘Complex Catholicism’, an new study from the Catholic Youth Ministry Federation (CYMFed) and strategy consultancy Camino House, into the shifting dynamics in the faith and life of Catholic young adults in England and Wales. Bishop Nicholas Hudson was present at the event at Romero House, Southwark, representing Cardinal Vincent Nichols.
Have you got your tickets to Brightlights 2018 yet? The terrific line-up at Alton Castle from 29 June – 1 July includes Written in Kings, One Hope Project, Youth 2000 and David Wells.
Get all the info at the Brightlights website, and make sure you don’t miss it!
To book, phone 0300 0750115 or click the link below!
Looking for the right volunteer opportunities (for yourself or for the young people you work with), or finding suitable volunteers for your project, can be a time-consuming process. If you’re in London or Hertfordshire, Caritas Westminster’s Volunteer Service can match volunteers to projects, with a wide range of opportunities to suit different skills and interests, and the time people have available. AND – here’s the best bit – they want to extend this free service to cover the rest of the UK, which sounds like an excellent idea! (And if you’re in London on Tuesday 5th June 2018, visit their Volunteer Fair)