The Caister Talks: an update. The first two are available online

Update 20.08.20: The Caister Talks: Exploring the Hidden Story

A series of evening lectures delivered by a team of experts both some of whom are local and others from across the country. These lectures will be recorded and broadcast on Youtube at regular intervals throughout 2020.

For more information please go to:

 https://www.ststephensnorwich.org/the-richard-caister-talks/

 

The Caister Talks are being recorded. You can access the first two through the links below.

Sally-Anne Lomas, “An Imaginary Day in the Life of Medieval Norwich, 1411”   (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqfTzHNVQ74&t=1081s)
2. Frank Meeres, ‘The Life, Times and Will of Richard Caister’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRWX61WjIR8&t=9s)

Also are:

“The Life and Times of Richard Caister” – Frank Meeres
“Richard Caister and Margery Kempe” – Dr Laura Varnam
“Caister’s Pilgrim Badges and their Context” – Dr Michael Schmoelz
“Can the English Pray? Caister as Vernacular Theologian” Rv Dr Alex Irving
“The Manuscripts of Caister’s Prayer” – Dr Elizabeth McDonald
“Caister and Lollardy” – Professor Richard Rex
“The Ministry of Richard Caister Continues” – Rv Cn. Madeline Light

These form part of the

“Grant Me Grace” The Richard Caister Project: :  A Hidden Story in the City of Stories

A festival of poetry, workshops and public talks to mark the 6th centenary of Richard Caister, the 15th century Norwich-based poet and priest at St Stephen’s, Norwich.

 

For more information: officemanager@ststephensnorwich.org