Monday, January 04, 2010

Let's start 2010 on...

...an inspiring note, with some things that will give encouragement. Get your diaries out...

On March 25th there's a Day of Art and Music, aimed at RE teachers in Catholic primary schools, but also open to catechists, leaders of children's groups in parishes etc. It's at the Monckton Room at the beautiful and historic Holy Redeemer Church, Chelsea and is FREE for teachers. Includes lunch. Opportunity to view glorious art, and to learn Gregorian chant. The day finishes with Mass at which we'l be singing the chant we have learned...

Need a good wintry walk? Lamplight? History? Join us on January 20th on the steps of Westminster Cathedral at 6.30pm, following the 5.30pm sung Mass. A London Catholic History Walk, looking at the Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Parliament, the Thames...wear warm clothes, comfortable walking shoes, gloves, and bring a torch. No need to book, just turn up. And while you're about it, note Feb 17th, same venue, for another Walk, which will have a Royal theme and take in St James Park, Buckingham Palace, etc...and February 25th, this time meeting at St Mary Moorfields, 6.30pm, for a walk which will explore some of the City's history.

3 comments:

Margo's books said...

Happy New Year to you, Joanna. Despite the freezing cold over here, there's warmth in the hearts of those around me. We feel hope and that's a good start. God is in control and that's as it should be. Praise God!

nazareth priest said...

Wish I could join you for these walks!
Am in the freezing midwest of the USA.
Will join you in spirit.
I just finished reading "Come Rack, Come Rope" by Benson. Will read it again. So inspiring! A blessed new year and all God's blessing and graces to you, Auntie!

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