Pilgrimage as Transformation – A Symposium to Explore Contemporary Thinking
The relevance of pilgrimage and why the concept still resonates with us today.
- 10am - 3pm
21st September 2022
Canterbury Christ Church University, Powell Building, North Holmes Road Campus, N Holmes Road, Canterbury, CT1 1QU
What relevance does pilgrimage have in the 21st century; why do labyrinths continue to have a place in our cultural thinking; why does the sacred still resonate today, these and other issues will be explored in this joint event organised by Canterbury Christ Church University and Confraternity of Pilgrims to Rome, delivered as part of the 2022 Kent Pilgrimage Festival.
Speakers will include Guy Hayward of the British Pilgrimage Trust, Neil McCollum of English Heritage, Sheila Sweetinburgh of the University of Kent, Canon Emma Pennington, Leopoldo Porcelloni, Ralph Norman, Jane Lovell, and Chris Daniel.