Exploring the Vision and Learning Together - 2023 8-10 March 2023 Martyrs, Monks and Mysteries: Understanding the Early Church Led by The Right Revd and Right Hon Lord Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury Fee: 75 Euros per person Please press here for the printable version of the course schedule The Church of the first few centuries was not just a forum where difficult doctrinal questions were sorted out. It was a network of communities united originally in their risky relation with the law of the Roman Empire; a network in which some people chose to lead lives of dramatic and costly spiritual exploration; a network which assembled to perform rituals that were held to change the routine definition of what human beings were capable of. This course will bring into focus these aspects of the first churches as communities familiar with risk and eager for transformation – and to ask what they might have to teach us in these respects. The course will be led by Bishop Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, and one of the leading theological thinkers of our day. 17-19 April 2023 Rome or death? In the footsteps of Garibaldi and the Risorgimento, in the age of revolutions Led by Lt. Col. The Revd Canon Paul Wright, Sub Dean of HM’s Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, and military historian Fee: 75 Euros per person This short course is an introduction to the story of the unification of Italy in the mid 19th century, and the central role of the city of Rome and the Papal States. Guided walks will follow in the footsteps of Garibaldi, King Victor Emmanuel, Pope Pius IX, and an exotic cast of characters that include Charles Dickens, Verdi, the Orsini bomb-making family, and an Irish soldier of fortune who would die alongside General Custer at the Little Big Horn. The walks include visits to the Janiculum Hill, the English cemetery, the Central Museum of the Risorgimento, and the Vatican. Themes of nationalism, faith, revolution and the interaction between Church and State are explored in this study. The course will be led by Canon Paul Wright, Sub Dean of HM’s Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace in London, and former Chaplain of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, UK. 13-15 June 2023 Pilgrimage in the footsteps of St Paul in Rome Led by The Revd Professor Scott Brodeur SJ, Gregorian University, Rome Fee: 250 Euros per person This pilgrimage will be a prayerful journey in the footsteps of St Paul in the city of Rome where he came to share the gospel and where he gave his life for Christ. Over three days we will encounter St Paul’s mission in Rome, by visiting sites related to his Jewish faith, the early Christian communities he supported, and the consummation of his love for Christ in his martyrdom. We will have the opportunity to deepen our personal and communal sense of mission in an ecumenical and interreligious fellowship. Fr Scott Brodeur SJ is Professor of Biblical Theology at the Gregorian University in Rome. To register your interest in attending any or all of these courses, please email Nicoletta Rambelli on [email protected]. Nicky can also provide other detailed information on each course/pilgrimage. Below you will find the details for Registration and Flights, Hotels and Religious Facilities for your stay in Rome for the ACR Courses and for the Pilgrimage: Courses: Fee in presence/person: 75,00 € (for each course) Fee on line attendance/person: donation from 15,00 € up (for each course) Pilgrimage: Fee for Pilgrimage: € 250,00/person Registration deadline for Pilgrimage: 24 March 2023 email to: [email protected] Payment of courses or Pilgrimage upon Registration to : The Anglican Centre in Rome Iban: IT78Q0306909606100000125898 Swift: BCITITMM Banca Intesa San Paolo Via del Corso, 226, 00186 Roma Purpose of bank transfer : Donation for ACR Course of ......(date) Flights: Rates may be changing from now up to the dates of courses and Pilgrimage. The rates here following are only a quote for a specific flight London-Rome-London) but the agencies here listed deal with flights from/to any place in the world, offering discounts to the participants of The Anglican Centre in Rome Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi Ref: Mr Franco Spadoni (e.g. London-Rome-London flights by low cost companies: € 100,00 and London-Rome-London flights by flag carriers, no direct flight: € 400,00) Email: [email protected] Capitol Travel Office Ref: Dr Marco Candidi (e.g. London-Rome-London flights by flag carriers,direct flight € 400,00 Email: [email protected] In order to get the discounted flight rate from both Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi and Capitol Travel Office, please, write: The Anglican Centre Course of ….. (put the date) Hotels/other Religious Facilities Hotel: Domus Internationalis Paulus VI has got availability in March and in June (NO APRIL) No air conditioning Fee/person/day 75 € (breakfast included – no stay tax) Email: [email protected] Hotels/other religious facilities Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi: 2-3 stars accommodation /religious Houses from € 50,00 (breakfast included) up in the Centre of Rome 3 stars Hotels: 70 €/person up (breakfast included) 4 stars Hotels 90 € /person up (breakfast included) In order to get the discounted Hotel rate from both Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi and Domus Internationalis Paolo VI, please, write The Anglican Centre Course of ….. (put the date) For further details, please press here. To register your interest in one or more of these courses please email [email protected].