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The Durham Centre for Catholic Studies is the first of its kind in British higher education. It represents a creative partnership between academy and church: a centre within the pluralist, public academy for critically constructive Catholic studies of the highest academic standing.

The aims of the Centre for Catholic Studies are:

-To provide a distinctive forum for the creative analysis of key issues in Catholic thought, culture, and practice.
-To engage, inform and shape public and ecclesial life from a leading knowledge and research base.
-To engage the breadth and depth of Catholic tradition in conversation both with the full range of disciplines and perspectives in a leading university and with the range of other faith traditions.
-To develop and pursue major collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects and to attract associated grant awards and philanthropic support.
-To model a vibrant and inclusive community of scholars of Catholicism and practitioners of Catholic theology.
-To form outstanding theologians who will shape the future from the richness of Catholic tradition in the church, academy, and public life.
-To foster and develop excellent working relationships with relevant regional, national and international public and ecclesial bodies.

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The Durham Centre for Catholic Studies is the first of its kind in British higher education. It represents a creative partnership between academy and church: a centre within the pluralist, public academy for critically constructive Catholic studies of the highest academic standing.

The aims of the Centre for Catholic Studies are:

-To provide a distinctive forum for the creative analysis of key issues in Catholic thought, culture, and practice.
-To engage, inform and shape public and ecclesial life from a leading knowledge and research base.
-To engage the breadth and depth of Catholic tradition in conversation both with the full range of disciplines and perspectives in a leading university and with the range of other faith traditions.
-To develop and pursue major collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects and to attract associated grant awards and philanthropic support.
-To model a vibrant and inclusive community of scholars of Catholicism and practitioners of Catholic theology.
-To form outstanding theologians who will shape the future from the richness of Catholic tradition in the church, academy, and public life.
-To foster and develop excellent working relationships with relevant regional, national and international public and ecclesial bodies.

    John Barclay: Salvation From What? New Testament Perspectives

    John Barclay: Salvation From What? New Testament Perspectives

    Salvation From What? Some New Testament Perspectives
    Seminar by Prof. John Barclay (Durham University)

    • 54 min
    Simon Oliver: Salvation as Health and Well-Being

    Simon Oliver: Salvation as Health and Well-Being

    Salus and Sanctus: On Salvation as Health and Well-Being
    Seminar by Prof. Simon Oliver (Durham University)

    • 48 min
    Anna Rowlands: Pope Pius XII's Christmas Messages

    Anna Rowlands: Pope Pius XII's Christmas Messages

    Dr Anna Rowlands (Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University):
    Pope Pius XII’s Christmas Messages: A Dialogue in Mid-Century Catholic Social Thought

    This lecture explores Pius XII’s wartime Christmas messages, offering a reading of them in the context of wider Catholic attempts to rethink social teaching in a context of crisis in 1940s. Drawing on the work of Simone Weil and Joseph Pieper, the lecture concludes with some thoughts on potential ways we might engage and develop such mid-century thought in our own context.

    • 47 min
    Mary Heimann: Remembering St Francis: Constructions and Deconstructions

    Mary Heimann: Remembering St Francis: Constructions and Deconstructions

    Prof. Mary Heimann (Cardiff University): Remembering St Francis: Constructions and Deconstructions

    • 54 min
    Mary Beth Ingham: Franciscan Curriculum: From Content to Pedagogy

    Mary Beth Ingham: Franciscan Curriculum: From Content to Pedagogy

    Prof. Mary Beth Ingham, CSJ (University of San Diego): Franciscan Curriculum: From Content to Pedagogy
    Read by Prof. Ilia Delio, OSF

    • 23 min
    John McCafferty: Franciscan History: 'All Who Live in the Whole World'

    John McCafferty: Franciscan History: 'All Who Live in the Whole World'

    Prof. John McCafferty (University College Dublin): Franciscan History: ‘All Who Live in the Whole World’

    • 21 min

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