You are cordially
invited to attend the “Melvyn Brown Lectures” at Hounslow, presented by Warren
Brown Literary Enterprises Limited.
Melvyn Brown is a well
known Public Speaker, Anglo-Indian Chronicler, author and publisher of several books and two Newsletters, “The Anglo-Indian”
and “The All-Parish Paper” in Calcutta, with worldwide circulation and membership. Melvyn is the Founder
of the lay Roman Catholic movement, “Ambassadors for Jesus”, which he founded in 1979 with the blessings of the
Holy Father Pope John Paul II.
Melvyn is a well known
leader of the Anglo-Indian community in India
and abroad. Melvyn has published a number of well researched books on the history, heritage and culture of the A-I community.
Melvyn Brown has also assisted a number of Researchers who have visited him in India
who have been compiling their Thesis and research papers on the various aspects of the Anglo-Indian community in India and abroad. Melvyn Brown recently assisted the popular
TV and Theatre celebrity-personality, Alistair McGowan discover his Anglo-Indian genealogical roots in India.
Melvyn will speak about the present
burning issues which are so relevant in today’s society. The three topics to be covered are given below:
1. God in Our Lives
2. Pro-Life Spiritual Guardianship
3. Anglo-Indian history, culture and heritage
Please send an email to confirm your attendance.
There is no charge. Refreshments will be given before and after the function. All are welcome to attend.
The Melvyn Brown Lectures-All Are Welcome
Venue: SS Michael & Martin Church
94 Bath Road
Date: 20 December 2008
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Talk in Hounslow, London
by Melvyn Brown
This has been an interesting visit so far and an incredible insight into
the mind-set of the British people and their open-heartedness in all things they program. I
have had this experience from watching their TV news, serials and especially their reaction to current
Basically, the problems of the world are not so far removed from each other and the only change
would be in the way we handle them or try to understand their values. I hope to have a personal
and a one-on-one experience the day I move out and meet the people.
have a dramatic impact on the news and in a way give meaning to the present impressions people have
a habit of forming. We live in a global village. Communication is faster and always unapologetical
in its presentation. Here in London the fact remains closer to the political and home front. The
affairs of the nation is always its first priority and the people who run their businesses have
always to keep this in mind.