Ushaw Mass and Lecture: Monarchy and Catholics in Britain

MonarcyAndCatholicsProf. Philip Williamson will deliver an Ushaw Lecture Monarchy and Catholics in Britain, 1689-2012 on Wednesday 9 March. Prof. Williamson is Professor of Modern British History and Durham, and is a historian of twentieth-century British politics, political culture and government.

5.30pm for drinks; lecture 6:00pm-7.30pm
Venue: Ushaw College, Exhibition Lecture Theatre

The Lecture will be preceded by a Mass of Thanksgiving for the Centre for Catholic Studies at 5pm on St Cuthbert’s Chapel.

If you wish to attend the lecture and/or Mass you must register with Dr Hannah Thomas on or Jane Lidstone on 0191 334 1656, indicating whether you are coming to the lecture, the Mass, or both. If you need help with transport to and from Ushaw College, please mention this when booking.

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