The Knights of the Southern Cross (Dandenong North) invite you to 'the Nott' for a dose of inspiration, ideas and a hot meal. "God and Beer" draws on the truth, beauty and goodness of the Christian faith in the Catholic tradition. Presented by academic Angela Schumann, this talk will focus on William Shakespeare, considered by many the greatest writer of the English language. His plays are still performed and admired all over the world. Find out about the man behind the plays and how Catholicism, and in particular the Sacrament of Confession, had such a huge influence over his work.
Angela Schumann is an academic, PhD candidate and writer who specialises in Shakespeare. She is the runner up of Monash University's 'Three Minute Thesis' competition and has a Youtube channel called "The Shakespeare Whisperer".
God and Beer is a new event to bring together people of all ages from across the south-east suburbs several times a year. The aim is to inspire and strengthen Christians by providing ideas and inspiration for renewal by drawing on the truth, beauty and goodness of the Christian faith in the Catholic tradition.
Monday, April 11, 2022
6:30pm – 8:00pm
The Notting Hill Hotel (260-262 Ferntree Gully Rd, Notting Hill)
John Smyth: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0406 747 123
Free but places are limited so please register to avoid disappointment