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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
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Agendas

7.00 PM

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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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PeterCoughlanThe mini-series is led by Dr Peter Coughlan  and will be lecture, discussion, and smaller breakout group based.  The cost is only £50 for 3 afternoons 4 to 6 PM, on October 6, 13, and 20th and all by Zoom online.

More information can be found here, with a link to Eventbrite for payment.

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CARDINAL NICHOLS SENDS “PRAYERS AND BEST
WISHES” TO ACTA AHEAD OF THE NATIONAL
CONFERENCE.
The National Conference takes place via Zoom on
Saturday 16th October with a central theme of
Synodality.
The Board of Trustees have issued an invitation to all the Bishops of England and Wales to its National
Conference on 16th October. We recognised that in many cases, the diocese might wish to send a representative of the Bishop’s office. The Conference occurs at exactly the moment that dioceses will begin their individual synodal process and it was felt important that dioceses have the chance to hear about the process from our speakers.
Cardinal Nichols wrote to explain that the date of 16th October was when the Archdiocese of Westminster was launching its own synodal process. He sent his “prayers and best wishes” on the occasion of the National Conference.

Trustees Welcome New Groups 

The pandemic has had a devastating impact on so much of the Church’s  activity in the last eighteen months. The Sunday Obligation suspended, limits  at weddings and funerals, social distancing in church. The regularity of Mass  attendance and face-to-face meetings were lost.

Those in early adulthood share their hopes for the Church after lockdown, recognising Pope Francis’ call to contribute their gifts and energies to the Church.

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