15-17 September, 2014
In 1562, John Jewel produced the Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae as the answer of the Reformed Church of England to those who challenged the church’s legitimacy. In 1564 Lady Anne Bacon's English translation presented the Apology to English readers. In order to mark both the appearance of the Apology and the 450th anniversary of the English translation, we are holding a conference from 15-17 September 2014.
Call for papers: ‘200th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Society of Jesus in the Low Countries’
25 October 2014
The Norwich Historic Churches Trust, together with the Friends of NHCT, will be holding their first annual conference on 25 October 2014. Norwich has the highest number of surviving mediæval churches north of the Alps: there are thirty-one, of which eighteen are now redundant and in the care of NHCT.
12-14 November 2014
The colloquium is a joint initiative of LARHRA (Université de Lyon), CERCOR (LEM-UMR 8584 CNRS), KADOC (KU Leuven), Centro Studi e Ricerche sul Concilio Vatican II (Center for Studies and Research “Second Vatican Council,” Pontifical Lateran University), with the support of the École française de Rome, the Academia Belgica in Rome, and the Belgian Historical Institute in Rome.
CIVITAS Forum of Archives and Research on Christian Democracy