Year of Faith Lectures

I have been asked to help publicise the following (which I have to say looks excellent!):

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, I am delighted to present some information regarding the ‘School of Faith’ series of study seminars. Delivered in collaboration with Holy Ghost Parish, Balham and the Maryvale Higher Institute of Religious Sciences, the course runs for 12 weeks beginning on Wednesday 09 January 2013 until  23 March 2013 and is held every Wednesday evening from 7:30pm – 9:30pm.
 The Catechism is offered to all who wish to understand better the inexhaustible riches of salvation. It is a treasury of wisdom and spirituality, as well as providing the reliable reference point for understanding and appreciating the Catholic faith.
 ~ School of Faith ~
A Twelve week series of public study seminars in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Beginning in January 2013, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Centre for Catholic Formation in the Archdiocese of Southwark will be presenting a series of study seminars looking at the Catechism.  Every Wednesday evening during this time, a public lecture will be held at the CCF by a variety of dynamic and well known speakers including:               Archbishop Peter Smith, Bishop Philip Egan, Mgr Keith Newton, Fr. Stephen Wang, Dr. Caroline Farey, Dr. Petroc Willey, Sr. Judith Russi, Canon John Redford, Fr. Kevin Hale, Fr. Timothy Finigan, and more. The evening includes a light buffet supper; refreshments, study notes, the weekly keynote lecture, and concludes with night prayer.

The cost for the entire series of 12 lectures is £50 per person in total all inclusive, or alternatively you may wish to pay on the door which will cost £8 per person per evening. Discounts available for students/unemployed. Please contact the CCF to reserve a place.

This is the full flyer:

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