Join us for the The Catholic Herald’s Friary Talks
Three speakers will engage you for 20 minutes each on subjects they are passionate about.
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, former Anglican Bishop of Rochester, is an outspoken campaigner on behalf of Christian values. Karachi-born and Oxbridge-educated, Nazir-Ali retired in 2009 and now heads the Oxford Centre of Training Research Advocacy and Dialogue. He will talk about how Christians must assert themselves in the face secularism.
Edward Lucas, International Editor of The Economist, is the magazine’s former Moscow correspondent. He drew on his experience behind the Iron Curtain to write the best-selling The New Cold War. His latest book, Deception, sheds light on the world of east-west espionage.
Chairing the talks is Cristina Odone, former editor of The Catholic Herald (1992-5), author and Daily Telegraph columnist and blogger.
Only £10 per ticket
Please reserve your tickets at the secure PayPal link on our web page.
Tickets are sold on a first-come first-served basis.
Once 60 places have been sold bookings will be closed.
Date: March 22nd.
Time: 6.30pm drinks. 7– 8pm talks. 8.30pm post-question drinks
Reserve your seats now, only 60 places available. Invites emailed when you book.
£10 includes drinks and light buffet