United Kingdom and Ireland
November 8, 2018

Four Last Things Day: any 18-35 welcome on 17 Nov.

Juventutem London Day of Recollection

with Fr Armand de Malleray FSSP.

Saturday, 17 November 2018 11:00-17:00

St Mary Moorfields, 4-5 Eldon Street, EC2M 7LS London

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November focuses on the afterlife. On that month, Catholics celebrate the saints in heaven (1st Nov); and intercede for the Holy Souls in Purgatory (2nd Nov). On 11th Nov in Europe, we commemorate the end of the First World War, when victims died on an unprecedented scale. In England, by special indult, a Holy Mass of Requiem is even allowed on a Sunday to pray for those who died in battle. Those various motives are articulated in the doctrine of The Four Last Things: death, judgment, hell and heaven (the latter includes purgatory as its accidental antechamber). Comprising many fundamental dogmas, The Four Last Things is a most salutary doctrine. 

During this recollection, Fr de Malleray will address questions such as: Why do we die? Can we change our minds after death? Is God bound to give us a last chance? If hell exists, is it empty? Does it last forever? Can we help souls in purgatory? Are all saints in heaven equal? And many more… During a convivial lunch in the church basement, we will be able to discuss informally these questions.

We welcome any young adults and young professionals 18-35 to attend this day of recollection

· 11am-12noon conference (40 mins talk + Q&As);
· 12noon-1pm Holy Mass;
· 1pm-2pm Lunch;
· 2pm-3pm Conference (40 mins talk + Q&As);
· 3pm-4pm Rosary and Tea;
· 4pm-5pm third conference (40 mins talk + Q&As) and departure.

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