Set in the East End of London, against a backdrop of government spending cuts and increasing civil disorder, Fr Christopher Jamison OSB will explore how people’s approach to charity is changing and how it is affected by a sense of home that is no longer confined to the place where we live.
This year’s Pope Paul VI lecture is an invitation to take a fresh look at the best ways to address poverty in this country and overseas.
Date: Friday 18 November
Time: 7:15pm start (doors open at 6:54pm)
Venue: St Mary and St Michael’s Church, Commercial Road, E1 0AA
Chair: Shelagh Fogarty (BBC Radio 5 Live)
Tickets for lecture and reception: £6
Music provided by Bishop Challoner Catholic Collegiate School Choir.
Visit www.cafod.org.uk/lecture for more information.