Every second Saturday of the month, 4 pm - Divine Liturgy in English of Sunday - Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family, Duke Street, London W1K 5BQ. Followed by refreshments.
Next Liturgy: Saturday 11th November, 4pm

But see below for the Pontifical Divine Liturgy in Westminster Cathedral on 28th October, to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Exarchate & Eparchy in the UK, served by His Beatitude Sviatoslav, Father & Head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church.

To purchase The Divine Liturgy: an Anthology for Worship (in English), order from the Sheptytsky Institute here, or the St Basil's Bookstore here.
To purchase the Divine Praises, the Divine Office of the Byzantine-Slav rite (in English), order from the Eparchy of Parma here.
The new catechism in English, Christ our Pascha, is available from the Eparchy of the Holy Family and the Society. Please email johnchrysostom@btinternet.com for details.

"It's Now or Never: The Return of the Eastern Christians to Iraq and Syria" - John Pontifex of Aid to the Church in Need gives the annual Christopher Morris Lecture in the Society's 90th year. Monday 27th November at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family. 6-15 pm Divine Liturgy, 7-15 pm Lecture, 8-15 pm Reception. £10 donation requested. RSVP to johnchrysostom@btinternet.com







Thursday, 11 October 2012

Conference: Louis Mattignon

The Life and Thought of Louis Massignon (1883-1962): Comparative political and theological perspectives
A one-day Conference in honour of the 50th anniversary of the death of Louis Massignon on the eve of the Second Vatican Council
27 November 2012, Centre for Eastern Christianity, Marie Eugenie Room, Heythrop College, Kensington Square, London W8 5HN, 10.00am-6.00pm (Registration from 9.15pm)

Attendance charge £20 – to be paid on the day. Lunch is not included - but the College cafeteria will be open for meals and snacks.

Louis Massignon, a Greek Catholic Melkite priest who dedicated much of his life to making known the importance of the living presence of Christianity in the Middle East, was an extremely influential French Catholic thinker on Islam and Christian-Muslim relations. Massignon's religious thought had a significant influence on the documents of the Second Vatican Council; on the political theology in the encounter between Judaism, Christianity and Islam; and the modern ‘dialogue of civilizations'.

For further information, please contact j.flannery@heythrop.ac.uk
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