The Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University, is hosting two Study Days:
The Theology and Practice of Prayer in the Catholic Tradition
A Study Day for Clergy, Laity and Students of Theology
Saturday 15 March, 2014
Postgraduate Study Day: Catholicism and Critical Theory
Monday 28 April, 2014
All are welcome to attend. Details of both study days are below. Please advertise these events and pass on the details through your own networks.
Post-graduate Study Day
Hosted by the Centre for Catholic Studies
Catholicism & Critical Theory
Monday 28th April, 2014
£22 with buffet lunch
CALL FOR PAPERS: Postgraduates are invited to submit proposals for 20 minute papers in any aspect of contemporary Catholic theology and/or Catholic studies.
To book, or for more information, please contact Dr Michael Canaris:
This post-graduate study day is one of a series that is being jointly organised by: the Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University; the School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow; the Digby Stuart Research Centre, University of Roehampton; Heythrop College, University of London; the Margaret Beaufort Institute, Cambridge; St Mary’s University College, Twickenham, and Saint Patrick’s College Maynooth, in association with the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain.
|The Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University
in association with
The Newman Association
The Departments of Spirituality, Formation, and Education of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle
and The National Board of Catholic Women
“The Theology and Practice of
Prayer in Catholic Tradition:
A Study Day for Clergy, Laity, and Students of Theology”
Saturday 15 March, 9.15am-5.45pm
Ushaw College, Durham DH7 9RH
Including a launch celebration for Eamon Duffy’s book,
All are welcome. Pre-booking is essential.
The cost is £50 per person and includes a buffet lunch and refreshments. A limited number of concessions are available to students and those on low income.
To book, or for further details, please contact Michael Canaris firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0191 334 3968