Catholics for a Changing Church

What's On

We are pleased to invite you to participate in online events organised by other groups.   
We have experienced many of them in the past 
and can recomend their expertise and quality

Walking by Starlight

Join us in this exploration of the wisdom that continues to guide our steps towards the Christ-child, as we travel again to Bethlehem.With plenty of time for prayer and contemplation, join Fr John Udris and Avril Baigent as we seize the opportunity to switch off from all the pressures on us and just 'be'.

Thursdays through December: 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 7.30-8.30pm

Find recordings of the sessions and more resources on the Pastoral Ministry Office


Various dates
Various lengths

There may be a cost

Online and 
in person courses
  • Prayer from scratch
  • From Jesus to Christ
  • New Testament Greek
  • God and Suffering
  • Exploring the Gospel of Matthew
  • Laudato Si'
  • Guided Prayer
  • Voices from the Margins
  • Retreats
  • Thinking with Theologians

Various dates
and courses

Small donation per course

An Apostolate of the Dominican Sisters 
of St Joseph

By Zoom

Light of Truth

Catholic Faith Formation for Everyone
More Information

With Light of Truth, we hope to share with everyone the fruits of our contemplation: the fruit of our prayer, of our academic formation and of our rich experience of working with adults, catechists and young people at the services of parishes and dioceses in the last 25 years. 

Through Light of Truth, we aim to offer a formation which will provide a rich experience of the fraternal life of our community and of the fellowship of the Church.

29 October 2022
11am to 2.30pm

CAFOD's Faith in Action Day

By Zoom

We'll be gathering  to reflect on the role of hope in our faith, hear from people who are bearing witness to that hope in the communities we serve overseas and look at ways we can bring about hope through campaigning as individuals and in our communities.

That will include discussion with local experts in our Church network about the work they're doing to fix our broken food system and to care for our common home, especially at the 'COP27' climate talks taking place in Egypt in a few weeks' time.

We'll also reflect on what we can do ourselves or in our parishes and our constituencies to put our faith into action.

16th December 2022 
at 7.30pm - 9.15pm

A Winter's telling of Shakespeare favourites

St Augustine's Abbey, 
in The Assisi Room

In person event

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An evening to honour and remember the late Abbot Laurence O'Keeffe OSB

Several worshippers at St Augustine's Abbey, Chilworth will be reading wonderful Shakespearean extracts; all the favourites such as the famous balcony scene from 'Romeo and Juliet' and the strutting Agincourt speech from 'Henry V'. This will be a chance to remember Abbot Laurence's work as an English teacher when he brought Shakespeare alive for so many students.

8 January 2023
at 3.30pm (London time)

W e Are Church International

By Zoom

We celebrate monthly Eucharists
with international participants
on Saturdays at 16.30 hrs
Central European Time

If you would like to join us,
please contact 

Colm holmes

19 January 2023
7pm - London time

Towards a Beatitudinal Church
with Archbishop Charles Scicluna

By Zoom

" It is important for the shepherd to listen to his flock and not limit himself to ordering it about.

The faithful are together on this journey and just like a shepherd with his flock, sometimes one needs to trust the flock that they know the way." (Abp Scicluna)

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Monday, 23 January 2023
6 -  8 pm

The Catholic Union presents "Pub Talk"
at The Windsor Castle, SW1P 1DN

More information

In person

The first in a new series of events for people with an interest in politics and public affairs.

Please join us for an informal evening of drinks and discussion with a guest speaker.

For our first Pub Talk, we will be joined by Catholic peer Lord Alton of Liverpool who will speak about his work opposing genocide.

Drinks from 6.00pm with Lord Alton expected to speak around 6.30pm, subject to parliamentary business.