Father Tony Storey at his desk at St Charles in Hull – Photo courtesy of Marian Hall
Inspiring speaker for Storey lecture

Inspiring speaker Dr Carmody Grey will give this year’s Anthony Storey Memorial Lecture, which is organised by the Diocesan Justice and Peace Commission.

Dr Grey, who is assistant professor of Catholic theology at Durham University, will speak on the subject of “Thinking about faith and the environment. What do we want to sustain?’.

Much of her work is in science, nature and the environment and she has become much in demand as a speaker on these issues.  

Dr Carmody Grey, who will give this year’s Anthony Storey Memorial Lecture

In 2021 she was visiting research fellow at the Laudato Si’ Research Institute and she will use themes from her acclaimed Hook Lecture for the Storey Lecture.  

We were keen that a wider audience should have the opportunity to consider her ideas, with time for questions and dialogue. She teaches and speaks publicly and is a columnist for The Tablet.

She particularly delights in supporting and enabling individuals and communities, including schools, churches, NGOs, and a range of lay groups and associations. 

To enable her to be available for the lecture and to take into account Covid infections, we have changed to an evening meeting this year and have again arranged it on Zoom only.

The lecture takes place on Tuesday June 21 at 7pm. To register, please email bhungin@yahoo.co.uk.

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