The Oxford Centre for Spiritual Growth (OCSG) offers a variety of approaches and events that will appeal to a wide range of people, encouraging growth in reflective practice and heightened awareness of God, others and themselves.  Based in the Tower Room in The Church of St Michael at the North Gate, which is reputed to be the oldest building in Oxford, the OCSG is a peaceful, prayerful place in the heart of the city.

We have pleasure in announcing a key event on February 25th at Corpus Christi College in Oxford,  courtesy of Professor Valentine Cunningham OBE.

Following the highly acclaimed exhibition at the National Gallery ‘Beyond Caravaggio’, OCSG is organising a reflective study day, entitled The Art of Caravaggio: Genius and Rebel’  during which we will be looking at the amazing paintings of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.

The study day, in the beautiful setting of Corpus Christi College,  will be led by Fr Geoff Wheaton, a Jesuit priest who is well-known for his knowledge and insights into the work of this genius. The programme will be enhanced by an interlude of contemporary music played on the lute and theorbo, and opportunities for reflection and contemplation.

The cost is £35.  Coffee, tea etc will be provided, but please bring a packed lunch.  Some concessions may be available (please contact the OCSG for this).  Everyone is welcome, however places are limited, so please book using the attached form Invalid download ID., or online at http://www.ocsg.uk.net/events/art-caravaggio-genius-and-rebel.  Alternatively you can contact the OCSG by email (info@ocsg.uk.net) or phone (07803 031 977).

The OCSG has charitable status as a project under the umbrella of The Oxford Diocesan Board of Finance (ODBF).  See website for further details, or if you wish to make a donation.

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