China and Climate Change

23rd February 2015 - by Fr Denis Carter

Fr. Eamonn O'Brien SSC
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All are welcome to the 15th Annual General Meeting of Cultural Exchange with China on Saturday 23 May – ‘China and Climate Change’. Keynote speakers are Columban eco-theologian Fr Sean McDonagh and Rob Elsworth, Climate and Energy Policy Analyst at CAFOD.
Columban Fr Eamonn O’Brien, Director of Cultural Exchange with China, will also address the topic, ‘Transcending the Made in China Tag’. The business of the AGM and planning for the future will be part of the day.

Details: Saturday 23 May
Venue: St Aloysius Church (Parish Hall), 20 Phoenix Road, Euston, London NW1 1TA
(Nearest underground: Euston. No Parking at Church)

All are welcome. To ensure a place please confirm to Cultural Exchange with China (CEC)
Tel: 020 8202 2555

Register online by visiting

The day is free and lunch will be provided, but donations to cover costs are welcome

London-based Cultural Exchange with China developed out of a realisation of the significance of China in today’s world and a desire to help build bridges between the peoples and Churches of  Britain and China. It comprises individuals and organisations who are interested in China: teachers who have worked in China; individual lay people and representatives from various Dioceses and Catholic lay organisations: the Columban Fathers; Sisters & Lay Missionaries; Xaverian Missionaries; Daughters of Charity; Faithful Companions of Jesus; Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood; Mill Hill Missionaries; Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus & Mary (Chigwell Sisters); Vincentians.