Lecture – Holy Cross: our only hope?

This Friday evening, Fr Matthew will give a talk on the topic: ‘Holy Cross: our only hope?’

Our church is named after the Holy Cross, and in our 200th anniversary year, this lecture will explore why the Cross has a central place in the life of every Christian, taking its cue from the line in the ancient hymn ‘Vexilla Regis’ which calls the Cross spes unica, our ‘only hope’. This is part of the programme for the Leicester Theological Society, which this year Fr Matthew is serving as President.

The lecture is at 7.30pm on Friday 10 January in the Frassati Centre (St Clement’s Hall at Holy Cross).
All welcome. Tickets are available on the door:
Lecture £5. Annual Subscription £15. Students free.
The lecture is followed by discussion and refreshments.

 

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Frassati Young Adults – upcoming dates

The Frassati Young Adults group (for those aged 18-35) will meet on the following dates:

Saturday 25 January (Feast of the Conversion of St Paul)
10.30 Adoration
11.00 Refreshments then Video
12.15 Benediction, then Mass
13.00 Lunch – Italian theme

Shrove Tuesday (25 February), 7.15pm: Pancake Party!
Details to follow.

Wednesday 4 March, 7.15pm: Christians in the Holy Land (public talk)
With Professor Robin Graham-Brown KC*HS. Details to follow.

Another cinema outing is being planned to see A Hidden Life, about the Catholic martyr Franz Jägerstätter.

 

To find out more or to be added to our mailing list, please email Fr Matthew (matthew.jarvis@english.op.org) or Katherine (katherinevankroonenburg@gmail.com).