Sr Patricia Rumsey and Dr Amanda Dillon reflect on the English Standard Version which has been selected by the Bishop's of England & Wales as the new Lectionary.

 

Fr Henry Wansborough and Fr Nicholas King SJ discuss the English Standard Version (ESV) Catholic Edition as our new Lectionary.

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In 1638 John Milton produced a pastoral elegy for a fellow student, a young clergyman, whose death prompted his criticism of the Anglican bishops of the time. He saw the young clergy as living their lives in response to the Gospel value of pastoral leadership and yet lacking the support of the episcopate. The model of the Good Shepherd was a staple of the Gospels and the comparison with those shepherds who did not know their flock and its needs was a constant in Jesus’ teaching.

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The ESV - Lost and Found in Translation - Session 2

The ESV - Lost and Found in Translation - Session 2

The commissioning of a new translation of Sacred Scripture will always raise key questions about how much any translation can meet the requirement to be faithful to original texts and, at the same time, aware of cultural needs. ACTA has arranged a series of talks from Scripture scholars to explore some of these issues.

The second session will be on Thursday 30th September from 7.00pm- 8.30pm

Session 2 will involve: 

  • Rev Dr Joseph O'Hanlon - Author, retired priest of the Diocese of Nottingham and Spiritual Director to ACTA                                                                                                                                            
  • Archbishop George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff and Chair of the Dept of Christian Life and Worship -CBCEW 

 

Event Properties

Event Date 30-09-2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 30-09-2021 8:30 pm
Capacity 100
Registered 69
Available places 31
Individual Price FREE

Agendas

7.00 PM

START

PROMPT START AT 7PM.

Speakers

Dr Joseph O'Hanlon

Retired Priest

Rev Dr Joseph O'Hanlon - Author, retired priest of the Diocese of Nottingham and Spiritual Director to ACTA

George Stack

Archbishop

Archbishop George Stack, Archbishop of Cardiff and Chair of the Dept of Christian Life and Worship -CBCEW

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