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Speakers at this year’s York Catholic History Day will discuss aspects of Catholic education in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Sister Patricia Harriss CJ will talk about The Bar Convent and Nineteenth Century Catholic Education in York, Father David Lannon about Candidates and Pupil Teachers in Salford Diocese from 1873 to 1902 and Helen Knight about Secondary Schools for Catholic Girls – the response to government requirements from 1900.
The cost of the day is £17.50 (students £8.50) which includes all-day tea and coffee, available from 10am.
The programme will begin at 10.30am and includes a long lunch break so participants have
The programme will begin at 10.30am and includes a long lunch break so participants have time to visit the exhibition at the Bar Convent Heritage Centre (not included).
This includes a new display about St Margaret Clitherow and how her relic came to be housed in the Bar Convent Chapel.
This display runs until July 1 and is included in the entrance fee to the exhibition. For more information, visit bar-convent.org.uk/events.php.Lunches are available from the Bar Convent café. The final talk is at 2.30pm and the day ends with Mass in the chapel at around 4.30pm.
The event takes place at the Bar Convent on Saturday June 3.
There is no need to book but if you are not already on the mailing list, please call 01904 704525 or email email@example.com for more information.