McDonald will deliver the final lecture in this Faith Matters series, focussing
on the challenges to proclaiming the gospel in today’s multi-faith society. The
lecture will take place on Tuesday 27 March in Westminster Cathedral Hall at
The lecture will be a reflection
on Pope Benedict’s words when he met representatives of both the Catholic
Church and of other religions at St Mary's, Twickenham on 17th September 2010,
he said '... at the level of formal conversations, there is need not only
for theological exchange, but also for sharing our spiritual riches, speaking
of our experience of prayer and contemplation, and expressing to one another
the joy of our encounter with divine love.'
About Faith Matters
The Lent 2012 Faith Matters lectures, ‘Confident and Catholic’, examine some of the Church’s key priorities identified by the Catholic Bishops’ of England and Wales in their 2011 document ‘A Vision for the Church in Our Land’.
Faith Matters is a collaborative project of the Agency for Evangelisation and the Mount St Jesuit Centre. Following each lecture, recorded video and text along with an online discussion forum will be posted on the Diocese of Westminster’s website www.rcdow.org.uk.
Find out more
Faith Matters are all public lectures to which all are welcome. All Lectures will start at 7.00pm and will be held at Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1.
The previous three lectures in this series are available to watch here.
Register online for the lectures to guarantee a place or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7931 6078.