Home   »  2015   »  May
From the monthly archives: "May 2015"
2015 Oxford Flyer 2015.04.20 (high res)-page-001

Oxford Conference: Magna Carta and Freedom of Religion or Belief

Posted · Add Comment

June 21-24. St Hugh’s College, Oxford. Hosted by the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, in cooperation with The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. Join leading academics, policymakers, lawyers, and students for a conference commemorating the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. The conference, which includes presentations and visits to Runnymede and the […]

medieval weekend

Magna Carta Medieval Weekend

Posted · Add Comment

Saturday 8 August, 10.00am–4.30pm Sunday 9 August, 12.30pm–4.30pm Durham Cathedral. Meet the Medieval townsfolk and craftspeople as they take up residence within the Cathedral grounds – encounter a delightful array of sounds, smells and sights from a bygone era. See demonstrations of pastimes and skills that filled their daily life, and be entertained with music, […]

1.2.Reg.3 (1216 Magna Carta)(cropped)

The Great Charter – Magna Carta Community Opera

Posted · Add Comment

Saturday 13th June, Durham Cathedral. Saturday 20 June, Middlesbrough Cathedral. Young people from County Durham and Middlesbrough join with local singers and professional musicians to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta through words and music. The main themes of equality before the law, democracy, and freedom have been woven together by composer Timothy Craig […]

Middlesbrough Cathedral

St Mary’s Cathedral

Posted · Add Comment

Middlesbrough Teesside middlesbroughrccathedral.org/ St Mary’s Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Catholic community in the Diocese of Middlesbrough and seat of Bishop Terence Patrick Drainey. It is both a holy place of worship and a solace of prayer. Saint Mary’s is home to a community of people who seek to make it a place […]