JACQUES MARITAIN and ENGLAND
In 1914, Jacques Maritain (1882-1973) was the first guest welcomed in their new guest house by the community of Solesmes exiled at Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight. One century on, the seminar will reflect on the links between Jacques Maritain and England, and endeavour to investigate some aspects of the life and thought of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain which may prove of special buy cat valium  relevance to contemporary English culture.
This seminar is organised by the Benedictine Community of Quarr Abbey,
under the patronage of Mgr Philip Egan, Bishop of Portsmouth,
and with the support of Mr John Hewitt.
The Seminar is open to all interested.
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Registration fee: £10 (including refreshments).
For more information including a full schedule of speakers, please click here  [PDF] to download the philosophy seminar flyer.