Archbishop Fisichella to speak on Pope Francis at the School of the Annunciation, Buckfast Abbey

The Most Reverend Archbishop Rino Fisichella will be speaking on ‘A new phase of Evangelisation in the thought of Pope Francis’ at the School of the Annunciation: Centre for the New Evangelisation, Buckfast Abbey, on Wednesday 25th March, at 10 am. All welcome. Admission is free.

Archbishop Rino Fisichella will also preside at the celebration of Mass for the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord at 12 noon in the Abbey Church. All welcome.

Archbishop Fisichella is the President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization, responsible for fostering a ‘renewed missionary impulse’, especially among ‘Churches of ancient origin’. (Pope Benedict XVI, Ubicumque et Semper, 2010).

Archbishop Fisichella’s address will be delivered at the Schiller Hall, St Cuthbert’s Conference Centre, Buckfast Abbey. There is ample free parking on-site.

For further details:

http://www.schooloftheannunciation.com

enquiries@schooloftheannunciation .com

01364 645660

Directions: St Cuthbert’s Conference Centre, Buckfast Abbey, Northwood Lane, Buckfast TQ11 0EG

Notes:

The School of the Annunciation: Centre for the New Evangelisation is the UK’s only Higher Education School dedicated to the New Evangelisation. The School is located at Buckfast Abbey, Devon. On 25th March 2015, the Feast of the Annunciation, the School will be celebrating the first anniversary of its opening.

The School of the Annunciation was founded by Dr Andrew Beards, Academic Director, Dr Caroline Farey, Director of Studies, Deacon Nick Donnelly, Director of Formation, together with the Abbot of Buckfast. Fr Guy de Gaynesford has recently been appointed the School’s first Rector. The patrons of the School of the Annunciation are His Eminence George Cardinal Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat of the Economy, and the Right Reverend Mark O’Toole, Bishop of Plymouth.

Over the past year the School has launched three new courses in evangelisation, catechesis and Latin that combine on-line learning with residentials in the beautiful surroundings of Buckfast Abbey.

Together with six Summer Schools and weekend courses, on subjects ranging from sacred Scripture, philosophy and liturgy, the School has enrolled 129 students from the United Kingdom, Ireland, US, Australia, Gibraltar, Malta, and Dubai.

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6 Responses to Archbishop Fisichella to speak on Pope Francis at the School of the Annunciation, Buckfast Abbey

  1. johnhenrycn says:

    An interview with Pope Francis on the second anniversary of his election:
    “I have the feeling that my pontificate will be brief: four or five years; I do not know, even two or three,”he added. “Two have already passed. It is a somewhat vague sensation. Maybe it’s like the psychology of the gambler who convinces himself he will lose so he won’t be disappointed and if he wins, is happy. I do not know. But I feel that the Lord has placed me here for a short time, and nothing more.”
    http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=24326

  2. geoffkiernan says:

    And what makes the Holy Father think the world will last that long, If the likes of Cardinal Kasper and Marx have there way in October 2015…..

  3. geoffkiernan says:

    PS.. ,That there, is a their

  4. johnhenrycn says:

    “That there, is a their”, sayeth our senior citizen from the Outback.

    “Thar she blows”, as Chesterton once said. But, “who am I to judge?” One question I’d like to put to His Holiness is why he thinks people who “breed like rabbits”, like his mother did, need to “expect a punch”?

  5. geoffkiernan says:

    I wouldn’t say I am from the out back JH….. The roads are paved from the Capital ( Perth) all the way to my front driveway

  6. johnhenrycn says:

    Imagine living in Perth. Talk about the far side of the world. Isolated thousands of miles from the rest of civilization. I remember a National Geographic essay on Perth from about 30 years ago (I’m sure there’ve been others since) and I must say it seemed so magical; but strewth © mate, I cannot imagine actually wanting to live there.

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