Booking is now nearing the cut off date for the 2015 Annual Colloquium run by the Confraternity of catholic Clergy. 27th - 28th October. I have been to these before and they have always proved excellent both in content and in the sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the clergy present.
This year’s conference takes place in the beautiful and historic setting of St Edmund’s College, Ware. We will make use of the school’s fine Pugin chapel for our liturgies.
Fr John Hunwicke
of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham,
who will speak on the Magisterium
Fr David Marsden
a member of the recently founded Irish Confraternity,
and lecturer at Maynooth,
who will speak about priestly formation
Fr Nicholas Schofield
archivist to the Archdiocese of Westminster,
who will give an introduction to the fascinating history of
St Edmund’s College.
Bishop Alan Hopes and Bishop Robert Byrne will both join us during the Colloquium.
The cost of the Colloquium is set at the very reasonable sum of £50, all inclusive.
(Please note, only paid-up Members of the Confraternity may attend the Colloquium. A Membership Application and Standing Order Form are therefore attached to the booking form.)