Never Forgotten – The Suffering Church

Aid to the Church in Need is holding its Annual Westminster Mass and Event on 27 September 2008 with the theme: "Never Forgotten – The Suffering Church"

The programme for the day is as follows:

10:30 – Sung Mass in Westminster Cathedral
11:45 – Registration and Tea/Coffee in the Hall
12:00 – Angelus and Introduction
12:10 – Talk 1 Archbishop Jean Sleiman of Baghdad
13:00 – Break for lunch (which can be bought locally or you can bring your own sandwiches)
14:00 – Talk 2 Bishop Joseph Coutts of Faisalabad
15:00 – Talk 3 Neville Kyrke-Smith – National Director, Aid to the Church in Need (UK)
15:30 – Talk 4 John Pontifex – Head of Press and Information, Aid to the Church in Need (UK)
16:00 – Questions and Answers session
15:45 – Conclusion, Closing Prayer and Blessing

The website gives more information. The site is frame-based with java so I can't link to the actual page but click on "events". Tickets are £5, bookable from the website but I expect you can turn up and pay at the door.

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