Fr Stewart Foster, Archivist of the Diocese of Brentwood, has been elected to a Fellowship of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Established in 1707 and enjoying royal patronage, the Society is a learned body of some 3,000 scholars in the fields of history, archaeology and allied disciplines charged with promoting all aspects of our cultural heritage.
The Most Rev Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, delivered a keynote speech at a debate hosted by the St Paul’s Institute last night, Thursday 11 April, in which he asserted the need for businesses, and our urban environment more generally, to be of service to human flourishing. The debate was held in St Paul’s Cathedral and was chaired by Stephanie Flanders, BBC Economics Editor. Other panellists in the debate included: Baroness Helena Kennedy, Labour Member of the House of Lords;