CHANGE OF DATE: The Baroness Hollins to deliver Craigmyle Lecture on theme of ‘Keeping Children and Vulnerable Adults Safe’

UPDATE: This lecture was due to take place on Monday 19th September but has been postponed owing to the national period of mourning.  It will now take place on Monday 18th November at 18:30. There is no need to re-register but if you are no longer able to attend it would be helpful if you could cancel your registration. The Catholic Union has offered its apologies for any inconvenience caused.


Baroness Hollins will deliver the annual Catholic Union Craigmyle Lecture on ‘Keeping Children and Vulnerable Adults Safe – Insights from the Vatican’ at the University of Notre Dame (1 Suffolk Street, London SW1Y 4HG) on Monday 18th November, at 18:30. In person and live streamed.  All welcome, free to attend and followed by a Drinks Reception. You can register on Eventbrite or with the Catholic Union office at or on 020 87491321.

Sheila Hollins is a crossbench life peer and is a former President of both the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the British Medical Association. In 2014 she was appointed by Pope Francis as a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. She is also a Vice-President of the Catholic Union of Great Britain. You can read a Profile of Baroness Hollins in the August edition of the Catholic Herald.  The lecture is named for Lord Craigmyle (1923-1998), a former President of the Catholic Union.

For more information on the Catholic Union’s Craigmyle Lecture please visit: