On Wednesday 25th November a joint webinar, with the Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome, is to be hosted both by the Ripon Support Group of the Anglican Centre and the International charity, Christians Aware. The Revd John Bennett, Anglican Centre Diocesan Representative for Ripon, visited the Centre in September this year with his wife Rita on the first anniversary to the day when Archbishop Ian and his wife, Kamla, took up the appointment at the Centre in Rome. Archbishop Ian, spoke both of his inter-faith and ecumenical interests, having been Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and Bishop of Mauritius, before becoming the present Director of the Anglican. Archbishop Ian will speak in the seminar on the subject, “Pope Francis encyclical “Fratelli tutti “ and its inter-faith implications” . Translated - it is ‘Brothers and sisters All-a quote from St Francis Admonitions, a document on fraternity and social friendship, much used in the current encyclical on fraternity today. The date is Wednesday, November 25th at 7pm British time. (In Rome, Italy, the time is 8pm). Archbishop Ian will also introduce listeners and contributors to the current ecumenical work of the Centre, during this period of an extra-ordinary pandemic. To book into the seminar, please contact Matthew King, on email: [email protected] Matthew is setting up the zoom meeting. Otherwise you may wish to contact Nicoletta Rambelli, the Adminstrator of the Anglican Centre on email: [email protected] or, John Bennett on [email protected]. This will enable us to have some idea of the number of people we may have for the seminar and can prepare for. We recognise some people may need to join us without prior booking on email, in which case the Zoom details are: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87117953441?pwd=U2Q1WTE1U0hhTEU0Lys4VUh6V3hDZz09 Meeting ID: 871 1795 3441 Passcode: listening Christians Aware is an international and interdenominational UK based educational charity, working to develop multicultural and interfaith understanding and friendship both locally and internationally. Its aim is to work for justice, peace and development. The focus is on listening in order to encourage awareness and action. Its membership and programme is ecumenical, and promotes conferences-and webinar seminars, international exchanges, work-camps, books and a magazine. Its office is in Leicester, but it has UK and overseas supporters. We will be joined by Bishop John Perumbalath, the Bishop of Bradwell, Essex, who is the Chair of Christians Aware.