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New Series Of Talks In Glasgow!

New Series Of Talks In Glasgow!

The Glasgow Faith Forum has just announced a new series of talks which will take place on Thursday evenings over the next few months. All talks are followed by questions, refreshments and Night Prayer and aimed at young people aged between 16 and 25. Get more information at the Glasgow Faith Forum Facebook Page

 

GLASGOW FAITH FORUM 2016

a series of talks for young people aged 16–25

 

HERALDS OF THE NEW EVANGELISATION

 

 

THE BAPTISMAL CALL TO EVANGELISE 21 January

Priest, prophet and king Father Peter Damian Grint 

 

EVANGELISATION THEN 4 February 

Proclamation of the Gospel among the early fathers James McDonald

 

EVANGELISATION NOW 18 February

John Paul II, the pope of the new evangelisation Father Nick Welsh

 

EVANGELISATION IN PUBLIC LIFE 3 March 

Witness to social justice Patrick Grady MP

 

 EVANGELISATION IN PUBLIC LIFE 10 March 

Witness to life John Deighan

 

 

 

> All Thursday talks take place at 7.30 pm in Turnbull Hall, University of Glasgow Chaplaincy, 13–15 Southpark Terrace, Glasgow G12 8LG and are followed by refreshments and Night Prayer. The nearest subway is at Hillhead or Kelvinbridge.

 

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