Subjects have been announced for the next three Peter’s Pints evenings, at the Narthex bar at St John’s Cathedral in Norwich, which offer the opportunity to hear a talk on the Catholic faith while enjoying a pint of real ale.
On Friday February 17, the talk is Becoming Like God: The Basic Call of the Christian Life from Dr Jeremy Pilch, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Eastern Christianity at Heythrop College, London. The beer is from Beeston’s Brewery in Norfolk.
On Friday March 17 (St Patrick’s Day), the subject is The Spousal Love of God in the Scriptures by Zyg and Paschale Mary Rakowicz. Zyg is the Director of Evangelisation at the Catholic National Shrine in Walsingham.
Finally, on Friday April 21, the topic is Gearing Up for Mary’s Month: A Look at the Power in the Litany of Our Lady. Speaker is Matt Roche-Saunders, a fifth year Seminarian for the Welsh Diocese of Menevia.
For each evening, the bar opens at 7pm with the talk at 7.20pm and a chance for questions afterwards. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org