Quest 2019 Conference
When: Friday, 17 Jul 2020 4:00PM | Where: Manchester
Quest is delighted to announce that we are taking bookings for the next Annual Conference. Bookings are not limited to Quest members. Our liturgy is based around the morning and evening prayers of the Catholic Faith and we finish the weekend (after lunch) with a Catholic Mass.
‘BORN THIS WAY: Gender & Sexuality Re-imagined’ will take place over the weekend from Friday evening 17/07/2020 to the afternoon of 19/07/2020 in Manchester. A number of buy in options are available. Though the timetable isn’t yet finalised the main event sessions are likely to take place on Saturday morning, a session after lunch on Saturday (followed by free time to explore Manchester, catch up with old friends or make some new ones) and a third session on Sunday morning before our AGM.
Speakers and contributors include: Professor Gerard Loughlin, Dr Luca Badini Confalonieri and Dr Anne-Marie Martindale.
“Imagine a revitalised Church, touching every part of the world with the mercy of God: inclusive, pastorally sensitive, welcoming, embracing the rich diversity of human relationships and forms of family life; accepting of the complexities of human sexuality, gender identity and equality. Imagine a Church liberated from the strictures of the past and emboldened to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ fearlessly and prophetically…”
To read more visit the conference page here: https://questlgbti.uk/quest-conference-2020/.
The rate for members is early-bird discounted until the 25th January 2020. If you aren't a member and would like to join Quest you'll find the membership page here.
To book a place go to the bookings page here: https://questlgbti.uk/questconferencebookingform/
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