Upcoming Events

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10-11 June
COMECE Adviser José Luis Bazán will deliver a keynote speech on migration in the ecological context during a conference at the University Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid, Spain

12 June
COMECE General Secretary Fr. Manuel Barrios Prieto will celebrate the holy mass at the European Parliament at 8:30 (CET).

12 June
International conference “The geopolitics of Higher Education”. Info & Registration

12 June
COMECE General Secretary Fr. Manuel Barrios Prieto will participate in the event “Stolen childhood; do not forget Ukrainian new generation” to be held in Brussels by the Focolare Project Europe.

13-14 June
Spring 2024 Meeting of the COMECE Commission on Culture and Education to be held at the COMECE Secretariat in Brussels presided over by Mgr. Janusz Stepnowski.

17-19 June
Fr. Barrios Prieto will participate in the CCEE annual conference of General Secretaries of Bishops’ Conferences across the European continent. The meeting will take place in Madrid, Spain.

20-22 June
The members of the COMECE Standing Committee will be in Rome for a private audience with Pope Francis. During their visit, they will also have a series of institutional meetings with representatives of the Holy See, including Card. Pietro Parolin and Mgr. Gallagher. Additionally, they will meet with the Presidency of the CCEE at the new headquarters in Rome, and with Alexandra Valkenburg, the EU Ambassador to the Holy See.

23-24 June
COMECE-CEC ecumenical delegation will meet with representatives of the Hungarian government to exchange on the priorities of the Hungarian EU Presidency to start on the 1st of July.

26 June
Second online meeting of the COMECE ad-hoc working group on the Future of Work.

27 June
COMECE General Secretary Fr. Manuel Barrios Prieto and COMECE Adviser Alessandro Calcagno will participate in the conference on religious and philosophical diversity in the European Committee of the Regions.

1 July
Organ concert and Mass for Europe to be held at the Cathedral of Brussels, Belgium, on the occasion of the start of the Hungarian EU Presidency. More Info