What’s On

PROGRAMME for 2021

At present, due to coronavirus, it is not possible to organise live meetings or visits but the following lectures will go ahead via Zoom.

JANUARY: Saturday 30th, 2pm
Tim Guile: Catholic Recusant Women in 16th and early 17th Century England
Via Zoom, organised by the Catholic Family History Society.
Click here for further information and to register for the talk

FEBRUARY: Saturday 6th, 2pm
Dr Kenneth Carleton:
Cardinal Pole

FEBRUARY: Tuesday 9th, 7pm
Joanna Bogle: Marian Shrines of England
Organised by the Friends of Westminster Cathedral
Cost £5
Email: friends@rcdow.org.uk for the Zoom link and information on how to pay.

FEBRUARY: Thursday 11th, 7.30pm
Christopher Robson: Catholic Fleetwood since 1900
Organiser: Mrs Angie Hodges

MARCH: Monday 15th, 7.30pm
Christopher Robson: The History of Catholicism in Bournmouth
Organiser: Mrs Angie Hodges
Email Angie for the Zoom link.

MARCH: Thursday 18th, 11am
Lindsay Mullaney: Francois Longuet and the Reading Mission
Organiser: Mrs Angie Hodges
Zoom link to follow.

MARCH: Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th, 5-7pm
Hidden Histories: Recovering the importance of the archives of religious congregations 
Organiser: Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University.  Go to this link for more information.

  • James E. Kelly, Cormac Begadon, Brian Casey (Durham University)
  • John McCafferty (University College Dublin)
  • Kathleen Sprows-Cummings (University of Notre Dame)
  • Hannah Thomas (Bar Convent, York)

MARCH: Saturday 27th, 2pm
Les Mitchinson: Secular and Church of England Records
Organiser: Catholic Family History Society
Go to their website for more information and details of how to apply for the Zoom link.

If you would like more information please contact the relevant organiser (see Who’s Who page) or send an email to our Secretary using the Contact Us page.