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Department of Theology and Religion

Catholic Theology Research Seminar

Meetings: Usually thrice per term on Thursdays (5.00-6.45pm)
at various venues in central Durham City

The Durham Catholic Theology Research Seminar is a regular forum for scholarly discussion of pertinent issues in the Catholic traditions of theology and church. It draws together people with specialist interests across the traditional theological disciplines (scriptural, historical, philosophical, systematic, liturgical, ethical and practical/pastoral), Catholic social thought and practice, and social-scientific approaches to Catholicism.

Should you wish to offer a paper, please make this known to Prof Karen Kilby (karen.kilby@durham.ac.uk).

Seminars take place on Thursdays, starting at 5pm and are followed by post-seminar drinks at 6.30pm. One seminar per term is followed by a meal in a local restaurant for those who wish to dine.

All are welcome; registration is essential. Please see our online registration site for full seminar details, including up-to-date venue details, and to register (registration opens 3 weeks before each seminar).

To view and download the latest events programme for the Centre for Catholic Studies, including the Catholic Theology Research Seminar and the Ushaw Lecture Series, please click below:

Catholic Theology Research Seminar: Parishes and Placemaking: Observations from the Making (and Unmaking) of Catholicism in Modern Communities

Presented by Dr Tricia Bruce, Maryville College, Tennessee

18 January 2018 17:30 in Venue TBC

Contact ccs.admin@durham.ac.uk for more information

The Durham Catholic Theology Research Seminar is a regular forum for scholarly discussion of pertinent issues in the Catholic traditions of theology and church. It draws together people with specialist interests across the traditional theological disciplines (scriptural, historical, philosophical, systematic, liturgical, ethical and practical/pastoral), Catholic social thought and practice, and social-scientific approaches to Catholicism.

All are welcome; registration is essential. Please see our online registration site for to register (registration opens three weeks before each seminar).

Catholic Theology Research Seminar: Parishes and Placemaking: Observations from the Making (and Unmaking) of Catholicism in Modern Communities

Presented by Dr Tricia Bruce, Maryville College, Tennessee

18 January 2018 17:30 in Venue TBC

Contact ccs.admin@durham.ac.uk for more information

The Durham Catholic Theology Research Seminar is a regular forum for scholarly discussion of pertinent issues in the Catholic traditions of theology and church. It draws together people with specialist interests across the traditional theological disciplines (scriptural, historical, philosophical, systematic, liturgical, ethical and practical/pastoral), Catholic social thought and practice, and social-scientific approaches to Catholicism.

All are welcome; registration is essential. Please see our online registration site for to register (registration opens three weeks before each seminar).

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