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Durham University

Centre for Catholic Studies


The Centre for Catholic Studies exists as a result of the generosity displayed by individuals and communities who believe that the study of Catholic theology, life and practice has a vital role to play in public university education.

To continue to develop the Centre for Catholic Studies, attract and support the world’s most promising students and academics, and deliver top class Catholic learning in one of the UK’s oldest and finest universities, we ask that you show your support by making a donation to the Centre for Catholic Studies via the link below.

You can make a donation online here or by sending a cheque made payable to “Durham University” to the CCS Development Office. To discuss more substantial partnership opportunities, many of which attract generous matched-funding from the University and other benefactors, please contact CCS Development Director, Tim Guinan, for a further conversation. Thank you for your support!

CCS Development Office c/o Tim Guinan, Dept of Theology & Religion, Durham DH1 3RS

Email: Tel: +44 (0) 191 3346 470 Mob: +44 (0) 7771 500 808

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Development Brochure

View the CCS 10th Anniversary Development Brochure: Shaping the Future of Catholic Theology in the Public Academy; Development Priorities for the Next 10 Years and Beyond.