by Professor Tracey Rowland
Professor Tracey Rowland, Dean of Blessed John Paul II Institute in Melbourne, Australia, is a leading authority on the theology of Pope Benedict XVI.
She will examine how the power of Christ working within his Church can change minds and hearts in our secularised society.
by Archbishop Rino Fisichella
Archbishop Salvatore Fisichella will begin the first lecture of Wednesday morning after Mass. The Archbishop is the opening Keynote Speaker present at the conference.
Rt Hon John Battle, Stephen Barrie and Professor Ian Linden will be on a panel to discuss 'The Church in the Modern World.'
by Professor Susan K. Wood SCL
Professor Susan Wood delivers the second keynote lecture of the Vatican II conference when she deliver to her audience on 'The Church: A People Sent in Mission.'
by Francis Cardinal George, OMI
Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago, is one of the leading thinkers in the American Church at the moment. He will reflect upon the key Vatican II word which describes the Church, namely "communion."
What does it mean to live communion with each other and with Christ?
by Fernando Cardinal Filoni
Fernando Cardinal Filoni starts Thursday morning on the Journey of Young Churches in the Auditorium.
by Professor Gavin D'Costa
Professor Gavin D'Costa will give the final Keynote lecture of the Vatican II conference which will include the 'New Evangelization and Other Religions.'
The second panel discussion of the conference will tackle 'Practising the New Evangelization.' Dr Helen Costigane, Miss Barbara Davies, Rev Dr John Wilson and Miss Andrea Velarde will be the panel for this session.
by Mgr Paul J. Watson
The final conference talk will be one which is free and open to the general public, delivered by Mgr. Paul J. Watson in the Auditorium.
Mgr Watson hs championed the use of the Catechism as the authoratative summary of our faith in a wide series of courses at home and abroad. He will explain how this book is the starting point for a new mission to convince the world in our time of the saving truth of the gospel.
26th–28th June 2012