Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture Friday November the 9th

We are delighted to be able to offer 2 free tickets to all our volunteers for the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture, the details are outlined below. I hope some of you are able to take up the offer of your free tickets.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for justice? The challenge of turning 50 – A lively panel discussion with John Battle, Fr Joe Komakoma and Rosamund Urwin.

The Paul VI Memorial Lecture welcomes:

• Rt Hon John Battle, Former Minister and Labour MP
• Fr Joe Komakoma, Deputy General Secretary of SECAM (Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar)
• Rosamund Urwin, Columnist
• Chair: Catherine Pepinster, Editor of The Tablet

What challenges do we all face today in bringing about the ‘truly universal human society’ that Pope Paul VI spoke about?

As CAFOD looks ahead in its 50th anniversary year, the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture brings together three leading panellists to offer insights from each of their areas of expertise – politics, media, development and the church.

The St Ignatius African Choir will also be performing at the lecture, so there’s an added incentive for everyone!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 9 November 2012 at 7:15pm start (doors will open at 6:45pm)

Venue: The Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 3DW

Additional tickets are available at £6 per person (includes a complimentary glass of wine following the lecture)
All tickets must be purchased in advance.

Please contact CAFOD on 020 7095 5684 to book tickets.

Visit: cafod.org.uk/lecture for more information

Full details also available on Pope Paul 2012 a5 Flyer7

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