The Conference of Religious (COR) is the association established for the benefit of the major religious superiors of England and Wales and represents religious leaders by uniting them in collaborative initiatives.
Firstly, I would like to thank all of you who were able to attend the AGM in Swanwick last week. We were blessed with great weather and an inspirational speaker, Sr Pat Murray IBVM. The full talk is available on the website: www.corew.org.
Those who were not able to attend will receive the annual report by hard copy in the coming weeks. The Executive committee say goodbye to Sr Kitty Ellard IJS, Sr Margo Murphy RNDM and Br Laurence Hughes FSC. They have brought much wisdom and energy to the committee for which we are very grateful. Three new members were elected to the Executive: Sr Mary Mangan SSHJM, Sr Bernadette Boland IBVM, & Fr Kenneth Okoli CSSp. Sr Jane Maltby RSCJ was elected as the Vice-President
Please click here to visit the Safeguarding / Independent Inquiry section.
Buzzacott - All you need to know about GDPR
New Monastic Communities in the Anglican Church - David Walker
International Meeting on Vocational Ministry for Consecrated Life - Letter attached, please click
Religious Safeguarding Seminar 23 March 2017 Presentations:
Embracing Change Embracing Change 2 Presentation Slides
27 June 2017 - London 30 October 2017 - Salford
Stone King, Gerald Eve & Buzzacott are hosting a seminar -Under the spotlight: Religious orders and property - 8 November 2017 Booking Form
National Office for Vocation
The National Office for Vocation is an Office of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales. The inspiration for the creation of the Office came from the Church document of 1997 entitled ‘New Vocations for a New Europe, (In Verbo Tuo.)’ This offers a vision of the Church as a community of the called whose task is to call others.
UISG - International Union of Superiors General
Centre for Catholic Studies
Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University, UK
Programme of Events
Celebrating 10 Years of the Centre for Catholic Studies