Root and Branch free Zoom presentation: Tom O’Loughlin 2.00pm Tues 13 April 2021

Root and Branch are organising a Synod in Bristol (5-12 September 2021) where Mary McAleese, Ally Kateusz, James Carroll, Ursula King, Helena Kennedy, and James Alison are some of the speakers.

Leading up to the Synod they are presenting a number of ZOOM talks.

Tom O’Loughlin is the speaker at 14.00hrs on Tuesday 13 April 2021:

THOMAS O’LOUGHLIN is Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology in The University of Nottingham, and the Director of Studia Traditionis Theologiae. He is a sought-after speaker and the author of Eating Together, Becoming One, and The Rites and Wrongs of Liturgy – why good liturgy matters. We look forward to hearing his deeply insightful research. He has sent us his article ‘How many priests do we need?’ to read ahead of his talk (attached).

The ZOOM session is open to all for free. But they must register on the Root and Branch website:

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