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Chaplaincy Lecture: Pope Francis and the struggle for the soul of Catholicism

We are delighted to welcome guest speaker Paul Vallely to the University of Reading for our annual Chaplaincy Lecture.

This 'In Conversation' style event will see Paul being interviewed by the Vice-Chancellor, Sir David Bell on Tuesday 6 June, 7.30pm.

Paul Vallely is author of "the stand-out biography" (The Tablet) of the Pope. He is a journalist, academic and campaigner. Paul co-authored Tony Blair's Commission for Africa's final report and worked with Bob Geldof on how to spend the money raised by Live Aid. He has chaired the Catholic Institute for International Relations, Traidcraft, advised Christian Aid and Cafod. He advises Waitrose on Corporate Social Responsibility and has been an adviser to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales. Paul will be interviewed by the Vice-Chancellor, Sir David Bell.

Admission free. Booking essential.

Event information

Date

06 June 2017

Time

19:30

Location

Henley Business School, Whiteknights Campus

Contact

For any queries please contact:

chaplaincy@reading.ac.uk

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