Past Events

Details of past Heythrop Assocation events are listed here, together with links for recordings and additional information, if available.

DateType of EventDescriptionRecording linkOther information
15th Sep 2021Online lectureProf. Michael Barnes SJ:
“Christ in a world of many faiths”
Recording linkLink to book publication details
13th Oct 2021Online lectureDr. Shanon Shah:
“Climate justice: what’s faith got to do with it?”
Recording linkSee resources below
1st Dec 2021Online lectureProf. Fiona Ellis:
“Desire and the meaning of life”
Recording linkPending
19th Jan 2022Online lectureDr. Anthony Carroll
“Modernity and Transcendence: A Diologue with Charles Taylor”
Recording linkLink to book introduction
23rd Feb 2022Online lectureDr. Chris Corbally,
Dr Margaret Boone Rappaport:
“Cultural, Moral and Religious Capacities – How important are these and in what order did they evolve?”
Recording linkLink to book
7th Apr 2022Online lectureProf. Paul McPartlan:
“Ecumenism and ‘The Oxford Handbook'”
Recording linkLink to book
14th Jun 2022Online lectureDr. Stephen Law
“Wittgenstein and Religion”
Recording link
20th Sep 2022Online lectureBrendan Callaghan SJ:
“Synodality and Discernment: becoming a Listening Church”
Recording link
22nd Mar 2023Online lectureMichael Kirwan SJ:
“Hope-filled Christianity in a post-Christendom, post-secular Society”
Recording link
20th Sep 2023Online lectureGemma Symonds CJ
“Collating the responses from Religious around the world to the Synod of Synodality”

Faith For The Climate resources

Faith for the Climate
Make COP Count
A faith-inspired climate justice resource for how to Make COP Count
Further resources on loss and damage
Green Zone events – Faith for the Climate’s is on Wednesday 3 Nov
Faiths 4 Climate Justice
Faiths 4 Climate Justice at St John’s Waterloo
Interfaith action on 18 Oct at No10 Downing Street
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