Quest Bulletin 70 (Autumn 2014): Contents


So hope for a great sea-change: 2014:  Conference reports

Icon of Emmaus: Chair’s Address to Conference Delegates

Scarborough, a sea-change and a mid-life crisis

A ‘First-timers’ remembrance of the Quest conference

The Hidden Words of Henri J. M. Nouwen. Michael Ford reflects on Nouwen’s struggles with his sexuality

Will “Ministries of Welcoming” for returning Catholics result in a crash landing for LGBT Catholics? Terence Weldon speculates

Faith and Sexuality – Ania’s story

Real lives : living faith. Introducing Simon and Chris

A world to gain, a life to lose. Benedict Luckhurst on St Benedict and the impact of the internet

The Sexual Revolution reaches the Catholic Church. Terence Weldon detects that the Church may be about to embrace change

“For the fruits of God’s creation”. With the approaching CAFOD October Fast, a reflection from Pope St Leo the Great

News from the Local groups
Churches support anti-gay legislation. Adam McIntosh on the widening gap between Christians in the Global North and South

Can you drink the cup that I shall drink. An open letter to Deacon Nick Donnelly on the final demise of his blog

DVD and Book Reviews:
In the Name Of (DVD);
The Francis Factor; Reclaiming Francis

The Pilgrims’ Tales. Reports on the first Quest Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Gracias Times! Ruby Almeida contrasts her meetings with two Cardinals

The Bible: Friend or Foe? Details and Booking Form for the 2015 Quest Conference in Derbyshire