Speaker: Dr Pia Matthews
This Reunion Weekend is open to all members and the BGM will take place on the Saturday.
The speaker for the annual Dora Turbin lecture will be Dr Pia Matthews. She is a theologian and a lecturer in Healthcare Ethics at St Mary's University, Twickenham. Her 2016 book, God's Wild Flowers: Saints with Disabilities challenges those who think that sainthood is just about being perfect, rather than being the individual that God wants us to be.
Further details will follow in the newsletter and on the website.
Conversation, conviviality and community mingle with prayer and liturgy in true CPW style for the whole weekend. Come for the whole or just the Saturday.
Chair: Anne Dixon
Age 18-25: £120
Deposit: £50 per person.
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About the venue:
Boars Hill is a Carmelite Priory just outside Oxford, within easy reach of the A34 and M40. Its peaceful setting has pleasant walks from its doorstep and fantastic views over the nearby city of Oxford. It provides good accommodation in single and twin rooms with good wheelchair access and is a venue that will appeal to adults of all ages.