Events schedule

2019 schedule:
Winter 2019: January, February, March

London Spring, Liturgical Institute & Deep Democracy events included

Tuesday 12 March 1900-2100h (Benedictine Institute)
Facilitated Virtus Conversation: Creating a listening Space.
Lea Misan & Mark Hamlin,

    

Spring 2019: April, May, June

Friday 5 April: Restorative Circle: (Benedictine Institute) a confidential group. If you would like to join, please contact us at info@benedictine-institute.org.

Tuesday 23 April 1900-2100h  (Benedictine Institute) 
Facilitated Virtus Conversation: Relationship and Relatedness.
Open event, £10 for employed, £5 non-salaried, free entrance to unemployed. Donations to a children’s charity (Act for Change)

Tuesday 7 May 1900-2100h  (Benedictine Institute) 
Facilitated Virtus Conversation: Our Body’s Call to Presence. Lea Misan
Open event, £10 for employed, £5 non-salaried, free entrance to unemployed. Donations to a children’s charity (Act for Change)

Friday 10 May: Restorative Circle: (Benedictine Institute) a confidential group. If you would like to join, please contact us at info@benedictine-institute.org.

Tuesday 4 June 1900-2100h  (Benedictine Institute) 
Facilitated Virtus Conversation: Spirituality and Dreaming.
Open event, £10 for employed, £5 non-salaried, free entrance to unemployed. Donations to a children’s charity (Act for Change)

Friday 21 to Sunday 23 June 2019  (Benedictine Institute) 
Healing History Workshop facilitated by Gary Reiss PhD (Process Work Institute, Portland, OR.) and organised in collaboration with the charity “Act for Change.” open event £300. (Module 2 of 4: Certificate in Healing History) in planning
dates to be decided

Summer 2019: July & August

prof Basilius Groen

prof Basilius Groen

Saturday 7 July 2018 1430h
St Bede Lecture:   (Liturgical Institute)
Prof Basilius Groen. In the 55th  year since the promulgation of the Liturgical Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium of the Second Vatican Council, the Institutum Liturgicum has the honour of inviting you to the lecture and reflection on the anointing of the sick, SC 73-75.

73. “Extreme unction,” which may also and more fittingly be called “anointing of the sick,” is not a sacrament for those only who are at the point of death. Hence, as soon as any one of the faithful begins to be in danger of death from sickness or old age, the fitting time for [her or] him to receive this sacrament has certainly already arrived.
[“Extrema Unctio”, quae etiam et melius “Unctio infirmorum” vocari potest, non est Sacramentum eorum tantum qui in extremo vitae discrimine versantur. Proinde tempus opportunum eam recipiendi iam certe habetur cum fidelis incipit esse in periculo mortis propter infirmitatem vel senium.] (SC 73)”

Monday 2 July to Friday 24 August
(Liturgical Institute)
Summer school: Liturgy, Latin, Syriac 

(September – holiday)

Friday 27 September :
Clergy awareness day
Date not yet decided

Autumn 2019: October, November, December

Friday 4 October: 1030- 1145h Restorative Circle: (Benedictine Institute) a confidential group. If you would like to join, please contact us at info@benedictine-institute.org.

Saturday 19 October 1000- 1600h:
National One Day Conference
Growing in Connectedness : Healing History 2

3 days October 2019
Healing History Workshop facilitated by Gary Reiss PhD (Process Work Institute, Portland, OR.) and organised in collaboration with the charity “Act for Change.” open event £300. (Module 3 of 4: Certificate in Healing History) in planning


Restorative Circle: First Friday each month. (Benedictine Institute) A confidential group. If you would like to join, please contact us at info@benedictine-institute.org.

Virtus lectures and conversations: (Benedictine Institute) are regular Public Lectures designed to pique our interest around diversity issues.

Please contact: info@benedictine-institute.org

JL 3 March 2019