Faith Summer Session 2006

Singing the Salve at the end of Compline

I have just returned from the Faith Summer Session. Ths is five days of talks, discussion, prayer and social activities held at Woldingham School in Surrey. This year was the 34th Annual summer session organised by the Faith Movement. The idea is to promote a coherent, dynamic vision of the Catholic faith that is completely loyal to the magisterium of the Church.

This year, there were 220 participants, mainly young people but including 30 priests and some religious. The conference was a great success and everyone is looking forward to the Winter Conference at Stonyhurst College from 27-29 December.

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