Virtus Lectures overview

The Virtus Lectures and Conversations at Ealing Abbey “pique our learning and aim to promote conversation, dialogue and conflict resolution”

Lecture theme 2018-2019: “The Dignity of Being Human: Awareness in a Divided World“.

Virtus lecturers/facilitators

Virtus lectures: If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It is lethal.

Virtus conversations 

Tuesday 5 February: 1900-21oo.
Lea Misan and Mark Hamlin (Processwork facilitators and UKCP registered), Facilitated Virtus Conversation, “Creating a listening Space

Tuesday 12 March: Facilitated Virtus Conversation, “Finding allies and supportive figures”

Tuesday 23 April: Facilitated Virtus “Conversation, Relationship and Relatedness”

Tuesday 7 May: Lea Misan, (Processwork facilitator and UKCP registered), Facilitated Virtus Conversation, “Our Body’s Call to Presence”

Tuesday 4 June: Facilitated Virtus Conversation, “Spirituality and Dreaming”

Dr Elaine Arnold “Relationships and Families: Supporting the emotional well-being of those who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.”

The lectures take place on a monthly basis from October to June at 7.00pm in 74 Castlebar Road.

Virtus lectures pique our learning in vital and risky issues for our society; oppression, bullying, abuse, privilege, rank, altered states.

Promoting conversation, dialogue and conflict resolution


Milan Bijelič and Lea Misan on “Awareness in a Divided World” Tuesday 6 March 2018

Venerable Amaro Bhikkhu (Abbot, Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, “The Good Heart and Social Action” Tuesday 6 February

William Bloom, “Spirituality as Social Activism”  Fri. 27 October 2017

Abbot Timothy Wright OSB, “From Xenophobia and Fear to Collaboration & Friendship: Shia Catholic Dialogue” Tues 14 Nov

ed. 18 December 2018 JL