Ampleforth Centre for Theology and Spirituality
Most of our presenters are lay people, with professional or personal interest in the topics. They present the challenges a person of faith faces in these areas, and focus on the practical implications of our beliefs. We always include a time of prayer, group discussion and reflection.
At past ACTS of Faith events we asked for your feedback, and so we know that you like:
+ 3 short presentations (no more than 10 mins each)
+ plenty of time for discussion
+ a few questions to guide your discussions
+ a time for reflective prayer
We offer a welcoming environment to explore the faith in an atmosphere of acceptance and open hospitality.
All are welcome, and, as everything is conducted in English, ask only that you be a proficient English-speaker.
Benedictine Way of Living - Stability:
How might the monastic vow of stability offer us a new perspective?
by Fr Wulstan Peterburs OSB
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 – 13:00 to 15:30
Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Chapel
Ricci Hall, The University of Hong Kong, 93 Pokfulam Road, Mount Davis, Hong Kong (map)
(Light Refreshment will be provided)
Fr Wulstan Peterburs OSB, Non-Executive Director of ACTS Hong Kong, holds both a BA and a PhD in Theology from the University of Durham. Originally a lay teacher at Ampleforth College, he entered the monastery at Ampleforth in 1998 and has subsequently served as Head of Christian Theology, a Housemaster, Procurator and Headmaster. He is currently Monastery Bursar and a trustee of both the Ampleforth Abbey Trust and the St Benet’s Trust.
Please send us an email at email@example.com if you would like to be our volunteer or our ACTS of Faith speaker.