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Wednesday 29th September 2021
The Common Good: What does it mean for society?

The Benedict XVI Centre at St Mary's University, with Together for the Common Good, The Centre for Social Justice and Caritas Social Action Network, invites you to an evening discussion on ‘The Common Good: What does it mean for society?’ with Tim Montgomerie, Julia Unwin, David Goodhart, Trevor Phillips, and chaired by Richard Harries.

Tuesday 14th September 2021
John Henry Newman's Enduring Englishness

The first 'Newman Lecture' of 2021 will be given by Dr Jacob Phillips (Director of the Institute of Theology and Liberal Arts).

Tuesday 13th July 2021
The Common Good: What does it mean for the family?

The Benedict XVI Centre at St Mary's University, with Together for the Common Good, The Centre for Social Justice and Caritas Social Action Network, invites you to an evening discussion on ‘The Common Good: What does it mean for the family?’ with Edward Hadas, Cristina Odone, Mercy Muroki, and chaired by Ruth Gledhill.

Tuesday 15th June 2021
The Common Good: What does it mean?

The Benedict XVI Centre at St Mary's University, with Together for the Common Good, The Centre for Social Justice and Caritas Social Action Network, invites you to an evening discussion on ‘The Common Good: What does it mean?’ with Professor Philip Booth, Jenny Sinclair and Dr Sam Bruce, chaired by Ruth Kelly.

Wednesday 10th February 2021
Punishment and prisons in 21st century Britain

The Benedict XVI Centre at St. Mary's University, together with the Caritas Social Action Network and the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, invites you to an evening discussion on Punishment and Prisons in the 21st Century with Bishop Richard Moth and Rev Jonathan Aitken, chaired by Professor Philip Booth.

Wednesday 4th December 2019
David Sheppard: Batting for the Poor

St Mary’s is delighted to invite you to the launch of the biography of Rt Rev Lord Sheppard of Liverpool, the former Bishop of Liverpool.

Monday 17th June 2019
From Christendom to Missiondom Keynote: Changes for the Parish

Sherry Weddell, author of Forming Intentional Disciples, first coined the term “Missiondom” to describe the new, cultural landscape we seek to evangelise in the 21st Century.

Monday 17th June 2019
Symposium on the Parish: from Christendom to 'Missiondom'

Is the parish still a relevant or effective means of evangelisation?

Thursday 8th November 2018
The Family, the State and the Common Good

The second of a series of three events which will be held over the next year in association with Theos and Together for the Common Good.

Friday 13th - Saturday 14th July 2018
Understanding sex and gender

The Benedict XVI Centre for Society and Religion has partnered with the Humanum Institute and St Patrick’s Church, Soho.

Monday 2nd July 2018
Migration and the Common Good

The first in the series of three public debates on State, Society and the Common Good.

Thursday 3rd May 2018
The economic, social and religious consequences of Western Europe’s demography

Hosted by the University of Bolton’s Centre for Islamic Finance and The Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society at St Mary’s University.

Tuesday 30th January 2018
Government, the common good and human dignity

Politics, religion and society seminar by the Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society.

Tuesday 7th November 2017
Benedict XVI Centre Politics, Religion and Society Seminar

On Tuesday 7th November, St. Mary’s University will be joining the Las Casas Centre, Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University for an event seeking to answer the question: “Is our model of democracy fit for the purpose of recognising human dignity?”.

Tuesday 8th November 2016
Pope Benedict XVI's Theological Testament

Tuesday 27th September 2016
Philip Booth's Inaugural Lecture

Prof Philip Booth's inaugural lecture at St Mary's University, Twickenham, London is titled 'Regulating Markets in an Economy Without Angels.'

Tuesday 6th September 2016
Joint Book Launch

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