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Event: Bellocian talk in London

The Belloc Society is pleased to announce that the veteran Bellocian Michael Hennessy will be giving a talk on Hilaire Belloc MP and his parliamentary contributions during the early part of the last century. Belloc was one of the great Catholic writers of the 20th Century. Mike has researched Belloc's parliamentary speeches extensively and is well placed to do so as he works at the Palace of Westminster. We look forward to what promises to be a most entertaining evening. 

Venue: Monday, Nov. 27, 7:30p.m., The Spying Room, The Morp

eth Arms, Millbank, Pimlico (nearest tube Pimlico).

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There is also a blog, dedicated to Belloc, if you would like to learn more about this great man:

1 comment:

  1. Having a root canal done was more pleasurable than this event. Which, sadly I attended. My entire deceased family and friends have taken flight from purgatory as a result of my offering of suffering. So, thank you for letting me know the date and venue.
    I wish the Belloc society my best for their future endeavours.


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