Charles de Foucauld was one of ten new saints canonised by Pope Francis in May 2022. His journey in faith, preaching the Gospel to all with his life, led him to Nazareth, to a
Trappist monastery and finally to his hermitage in the Sahara where he died in 1916.
Kathleen McKee, a member of the Fraternity of the Little Sisters of Jesus in
Walsingham, will speak about his extraordinary legacy for the Church at this Gidea Park study day. Entitled ‘St Charles de Foucauld – universal brother’, it will take place on Saturday 8 October from 11.00 to 13.00 BST.

You may attend this free event in person at Gidea Park Catholic Church – RM2 6DH – from 11 am (Coffee available at 10.30). Please book your place by email to [email protected]

The event is also live-streamed. Go to on the day. No booking necessary. A recording will be made available after the event on