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Strengthening Moral Courage in Public Life: Moral Acting

Part of Westminster Abbey Institute's spring events season, Feeding the Soul


Even if we know what is the right thing to do, and we want very much to do it, what then gives us the courage to act? What reminds those in public office of their vocation to serve? Powerful stories of journeys that resonate with the stories in our own lives can waken the giant within and remind us that the best, most interesting lives are lived for others. In this lecture, Claire Foster-Gilbert will describe the ‘hero’s journey’ as a map for lives of public service.


Speaker(s):

Claire Foster-Gilbert | talks

 

Date and Time:

7 April 2014 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Westminster Abbey
The Chapter Office
London
SW1P 3PA
020 7222 5152


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Tickets:

Free, but booking is essential. Priority will be given to public servants.

Available from:

www.westminster-abbey.org/institute

Additional Information:

Location: Lady Chapel

Speaker: Claire Foster-Gilbert, Director, Westminster Abbey Institute

Chair: The Right Honourable The Baroness D’Souza CMG, Lord Speaker

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