On Thursday 29 May the Faith Centre welcomed Sister Teresa Forcades to speak on the topic of ‘Faith and Politics’.
Described by the BBC as ‘Europe’s most radical nun’, Sister Teresa Forcades is a Benedictine nun and prominent social activist in her native Catalonia. She has studied in America and in Spain holding doctorates in theology and public health. A controversial critic of Government, Capitalism and her own Church, Sister Teresa has gained an international reputation as a left wing public intellectual and campaigner.
To listen to Sister Teresa’s talk please click play below or download as a podcast.
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In association with the LSE Forum on Religion