When and how did there begin to be a distinctive style of spiritual discipline that we call 'Anglican'?
We shall be looking at how the early generations of English Reformers thought about Christian society, about making the monastic heritage available to all, and about coping with doubt and conflict in the life of prayer.
||Saturday 25 May
||10.00 am - 3.30 pm
||St Peter's, Eastern Hill
||$30 (concession: $25)|
Note: this includes lunch
||The Most Revd Rowan Williams|
Archbishop of Wales
Authorized by the Vicar
and The Institute for Spiritual Studies
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