Brentwood Cathedral Hall, Ingrave Road, Brentwood CM15 8AT
Why was there such a great schism in Western Christendom in the sixteenth century? What made the Catholic Church so unacceptable to men like Martin Luther and Jean Calvin? What made THEIR ideas so unacceptable to the Catholic Church? What, as modern Catholics and modern Protestants, should we make of their ideas? As we approach 500 years since the Reformation began, can we all still learn from them?
Join us when we welcome Rev Professor John Morrill who will share his insights with us at the twenty second Ecumenical Study Day for Essex and East London Christians.
Rev Prof John Morrill FBA is a permanent deacon in the diocese of East Anglia and chair of the Commission for the New Evangelisation there. Until December 2013 he was Professor of British and Irish History at the University of Cambridge and he is a life Fellow of Selwyn College Cambridge.
Admission is free – A light buffet lunch is provided – Please book your place!
The study day is Saturday 13th June 2015 and runs from 10.30 am – 3 pm. The event takes place at Brentwood Cathedral Hall, Ingrave Road, Brentwood CM15 8AT. A light buffet lunch is provided. All are welcome to attend and there is the opportunity to ask questions and make a donation. Booking is essential.
To book, please contact the CEF office on 01277 265289 or email cef [at] dioceseofbrentwood [dot] org.