Science and Faith on Tour – Season 3 – Faith Journeys in Science – Ep5
Written by Radio Maria England on 18/06/2022
Parish: St Bede’s Catholic Church, Clapham, London
Episode 5 – Begins broadcasting on June 17 (Friday) at 8:30pm, June 19 (Sunday) at 4pm and June 20 (Monday) at 10pm
Speakers included Fr. Robert Gay and Dr. Szymon Stelter. Robert teaches moral theology and bioethics at Blackfriars Hall and Studium. He is a Governor of the Anscombe Bioethics Centre, and is a member of the Advisory Board for a Catholic Investment Fund. Fr Robert was elected Prior to the Holy Spirit Priory, Oxford, in May 2018. He is also JCR Chaplain and Welfare Officer, providing pastoral and spiritual support to Hall and Studium students. Fr Robert studied biological sciences at Wye College, University of London, before going on to do his doctorate in Plant Physiology at the University of Glasgow. He studied Philosophy and Theology at Blackfriars Studium, and bioethics and medical law at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. His academic interests include the ethics of persistent vegetative state, ethical issues at the end of life, and the use of Thomistic virtue ethics in bioethics. Szmon is a research scientist working in the biotechnology industry in Cambridge. He obtained his PhD in Molecular Immunology from St George’s, University of London. Szymon is involved in many evangelising initiatives, like The Word on Fire Institute and Catholic Voices. He also leads a group for young Catholic adults in the local parish.
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