Speaker Events

One of the most important aspects of the work of the Institute is to encourage conversation around topics related to Anglican Religious Life. To this end we have initiated a new series of speaker events at St Antony’s Priory.

These include a termly research seminar, hosted in partnership with the Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies at the University of Durham, as well as other one-off speaker events, such as book launches.

2024 Programme

Wednesday 31 January 2024, 4-5.30pm
George Westhaver, Pusey House
Sacramental Vision: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Oxford Movement

Thursday 2 May 2024, 5pm
George Guiver, CR
All Christians are Monks: the monastery, the parish and the renewal of the church
BOOK LAUNCH EVENT with Sacristy Press

Wednesday 15 May 2024, 4-5.30pm
Greg Peters, Nashotah House
Edward Bouverie Pusey and Christian Tradition: The Necessity of Monasticism in the Church of England

Date tbc (likley Autumn)
Scholastica Jacob
‘Your theology is my theology’: The Correspondence of Herbert Kelly and Dorothy L. Sayers, 1938–1947

Wednesday 9 Ocotber 2024, 4-5.30pm
Christopher Irvine
What Makes a Holy Place Holy?


We hope to be able to record all our speaker events, which will then be posted on our YouTube page here.

Serenhedd James

The Cloister-Madness of the Monk, 10 May 2023

Clinton Collister

The Theology of John Neville Figgis, 1 October 2023

John-Francis Friendship

The Wisdom of the Religious Life, 9 Ocotber 2023

George Westhaver

The Sacramental Vision, 31 January 2024

Greg Peters

Pusey and Monasticism, 15 May 2024

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