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Faith Matters Question Time: 'Should Religion be Part of Education?'

As a supplement to the three series of Faith Matters series talks we are hosting a panel discussion on matters of faith and life, bringing together Catholics and others from different walks of life and inviting them to respond to questions from the audience. 

This autumn's Faith Matters Question Time will take place at Farm Street on Tuesday 18 November at 7:00pm, when the topic will be: 'Should Religion be Part of Education?' 

On the panel will be: 

- Jonathan Bartley (Founding Director of Ekklesia, the Christian Political Think Tank)

- Francis Campbell (Vice-Chancellor, St Mary’s University College & former Ambassador to the Holy See & Pakistan)

- Prof Sandra McNally (Director of the Education Programme, Centre for Economic Performance at The LSE) 

- Andrew Copson (Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association)

All welcome to an evening of lively panel debate on this important matter of faith and life today.

Recommended donation: £7 on the door. Booking is essential via

Faith Matters is a programme of the Mount Street Jesuit Centre and the Agency for Evangelisation.