The next online meeting of the Parish Book Group takes place on Thursday 11th March at 7.30pm, when “Winter in Madrid” by CJ Samson will be discussed. The following meeting on Thursday 13th May will discuss “The Betrothed” by Alessandro Manzoni. For more details please contact email@example.com
The second in the Albertus Institute’s series of monthly Covid and public policy discussions will be led by Elizabeth Drummond Young and Martin Robson and is entitled “Uncertainty and the Pandemic.” It takes place on Monday 8th March, 6-7pm, on zoom. Last month’s discussion looked at how “following the science” has been interpreted in government policy and public discussion. This month the question of intelligent response to uncertainty will be discussed: what we can know, what we can expect to know, and what shapes intelligent trust and intelligent doubt. The focus will continue to be on the current COVID 19 situation. The link for booking is https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/albertus-coffee-house-following-the-science-tickets-138035673415 For data protection and security reasons, the Zoom link will be sent to you by email separately after you have booked.
The Thomistic Institute at Edinburgh presents “Christian Politics in the Public Sphere: The View from Augustine.” This lecture will be given by Fr Robert Dodaro OSA, former president of the Patristic Institute Augustinianum, on Tuesday 2nd March at 7.30pm. Register on Eventbrite at tinyurl.com/25j8b8co This lecture is free and open to all.
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.