Catholic commentator Anthony Hofler will be in Loughborough on Tuesday evening (21st June) discussing the EU Referendum and Catholicism. Do not miss this event.
Hear him here discussing the topic on EWTN Radio with host Kathy Sinnott who writes, "In a referendum scheduled next week the United Kingdom will decide on whether to remain or leave the European Union. The result will have major implications for the future of the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. Public debate has largely focused on economic and immigration issues, but what about Catholic values of faith, life and religious liberty? To understand what the European Union and the referendum is all about, Kathy talks to lawyer and Catholic commentator Anthony Hofler. On the run up to the vote, Hofler has been speaking in parishes around England on the issue."
Anthony Hofler will be covering aspects of European law which are significant from a recognisably-Catholic viewpoint.
The talk starts at 7.00 p.m.. The address is St. Mary’s Catholic Church Hall, 97 Ashby Road, Loughborough, LE11 3AB.
See also: "The E.U. Referendum and Catholicism" - UPDATE