Professor Sir Tom Devine OBE FRSE FBA, historian and author, speaks on “Different Lives in History: the Catholic Irish in Scotland and the USA” on Tuesday 24th September 2019 7.30-9.30pm. All are warmly invited to attend at Mayfield Salisbury Church 18, West Mayfield Edinburgh EH9 1TQ. A donation is requested to cover costs.
IF IT WORKS, IT’S CONSTITUTIONAL
This next Albertus Coffee House discussion will be led by David Christie, former lecturer on Constitutional Law, on Monday 7th October from 6pm-7.15pm. It will be led by David Christie, who is a former lecturer in Constitutional Law. To ensure sufficient cake please book on eventbrite. (Search albertus coffee house 3)
ALBERTUS ANNUAL LECTURE
Professor Robin Gill speaks on “The Future of Christian Ethics” in the Martin Hall, New College, University of Edinburgh on Thursday 24th October at 7pm.
ALBERTUS ANNUAL CONFERENCE
This year’s conference is on Atheism and will take place on Saturday 9th November from 10am until 5pm also at New College. Further details to follow.
Dr Alison Jack of the School of Divinity, New College, will speak on “The Prodigal Son in Poetry” on Monday 14th October at 7pm in the Garden Room with Access from George Square Lane. These talks are free and open to all. (The image used here is Guercino’s “The Prodigal Son” of 1627-29 and now in the Borghese Gallery in Rome.
The Catholic Chaplaincy serves the students and staff of the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University and Queen Margaret University.
The Catholic Chaplaincy is also a parish of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh (the Parish of St Albert the Great) and all Catholic students and staff are automatically members of this parish.