Beginning on Friday 24 January, the monthly vocation discernment group for men and women (aged 18 to 40) will be reflecting on the message and mission of Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium.
We will look, chapter by chapter over the next six months, at how our own vocational journey can be informed and inspired by the Pope's vision for the Church today and in the years to come. The meeting on January 24th, led by Fr Richard Nesbitt Vocations Director for Westminster Diocese, will begin with an overview of the Evangelii Gaudium and there will be a free copy of the document for all who attend.
On Friday 21st February. our speaker is Martin O'Brien, Director of Ten Ten Theatre, reflecting on Chapter One of Evangelii Gaudium - The Church's Missionary Transformation and relating it to his own personal faith journey and also the evangelising work of Ten Ten. Also featuring part of The Runcorn Passion - an extraordinary filmed version of a Passion play he directed with over 200 people from Catholic and Anglican churches in a Runcorn shopping mall last Good Friday. Please note that the venue for this month's meeting has changed from our usual home in the Hinsley Room next to Westminster Cathedral to the Centre for Youth Ministry at St Aloysius parish in Phoenix Rd, Somers Town, London NW1 (next to Euston Station).
For further information, contact Fr Richard Nesbitt at firstname.lastname@example.org