Family Life International Conference London

Family Life International conference

Daylight Origins had a magazine stall at the recent Family Life International conference in London.

Today’s Family Life International conference went very well. It was a nicely attended event at St. George’s Cathedral, Southwark, London (South of the Thames). Daylight Origins had their stall present, selling Daylight magazines thanks to Greg Clovis. We have a lot of time for the attendees of this quality Catholic event. Attendees typically warm to our Daylight stall, with an interest in the ever pressing topic of theistic evolution. For us, the annual Family Life International conference provides an excellent networking opportunity.

Networking partners present

It was no real surprise to see the Divine Will stall present, as Tim Fahy was scheduled to give a closing seminar at the conference. We made a couple of book purchases from our friends at the Divine Will stall, as they had quite a selection of books on offer. One book of note is ‘A Biblical Search for the Church Christ Founded‘ by Linus F. Clovis. Fr. Linus is Greg Clovis’s brother, and has solid Catholic views to teach & preach. Good Counsel Network UK were there, next to the Daylight magazine stall. This was a welcome surprise, as the Daylight webmaster has a lot of networking with Good Counsel Network in Ireland.

Family Life International speakers

A great scientific lecture by Emanuela Marinelli revealed much about the shroud of Turin. Andy Pollard gave an excellent talk on the real dangers of population control in light of the economy. Fr. Linus gave a talk on Our Lady and the Signs of the Times. Tim Fahy spoke on the Divine Will. There was other good speakers present, and we were all fed and watered with nice sandwiches and tea. St. George’s Cathedral provided us with Holy Mass before lunch, giving the Family Life International conference a thoroughly Catholic feel.


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