Towards a politics of communion: Catholic Social Teaching in dark times
Dr Anna Rowlands, St Hilda Associate Professor of Catholic Social Thought & Practice, Durham University will give a paper entitled 'Towards a politics of communion: Catholic Social Teaching in dark times'.
This event is part of the Jerusalem Chamber seminars, which are an informal but well-established forum for Christian ministers (lay or ordained) to discuss theological issues at post-graduate level, sponsored jointly by Westminster Abbey and the Diocese of London. Academics and reflective practitioners share their current work in progress, and there is also good opportunity for discussion.
The booking deadline for this online seminar is 5.00pm, Friday 24th September.
Seminars will be hosted online, via Microsoft TEAMS, and an access link will be emailed to registered attendees on Tuesday 28th September.