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School of the Annunciation - Introduction to Catholic Theology

School of the Annunciation - Introduction to Catholic Theology

14/08/2017 | £345

Introduction to Catholic Theology 4-day summer school at Buckfast Abbey.
Click here for more information or call the School of the Annunciation on 01364 645660.

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Conference - Fatima 100 Years Later - 12th and 13th October 2017

Two day conference - Fatima 100 Years Later. HE Cardinal Burke gave the keynote address. The photographs show Bishop Mark of Plymouth and Abbot David with the Cardinal and also the celebration of a Pontifical Low Mass on the two days of the conference.

Millennium Book Launch - 6th October 2017

Launch of the book “Buckfast Abbey – History, Art and Architecture”, written to celebrate the millennium of the Foundation Charter granted in 1018 AD.

Mary: Icon of the Church

Mary – Icon of the Church
The Role of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The doctrine of the Trinity contains within it the reason for the uniqueness of humanity’s relationship with God – Jesus, being true God and true man unites divinity ...

Kindness: a School Mass

Kindness – a School Mass

Jesus says that we must love others as he loves us. We must think about what he might mean by this. In the first place we know that he showed his love by allowing ...

Baptism of Teddy

Baptism of Teddy

Living as a Christian means wanting to be a complete human being. We easily think of the Christian claim that Jesus is God, but we should also think that Jesus is a human being in the fullest ...

Quiet Day at Buckfast Abbey led by Dom Christopher Delany O.S.B.

Forgive and Forget - is it possible to forget? Sat 21st Oct 10.00am - 3.00pm. Violet Evelyn Hall, Southgate Retreat Centre, Buckfast Abbey. (This Day is a repeat of the Quiet Day on the 23rd Sep which is now fully booked)

School of the Annunciation - Graduation Ceremony

Graduation Ceremony for the School of the Annunciation Students.

Behind the Scenes at Buckfast Abbey - Garden Department

A tour up to the gardeners base and glasshouses with the Abbey's Head Gardener.