MBIT is seeking an Administrator

Title Administrator Length of post 12 months with possibility of extension Average hours per week Full-Time Salary £29,619 Location On-site with a possibility of WFH Reports to Principal Start 15 November 2022 or soon after Deadline for Applications 7 November 2022, 5 pm Application Documents Cover Letter CV Two references to be emailed to info@mbit.cam.ac.uk Summary The Administrator is responsible for a number of administrative functions at MBIT as well as overseeing the communications and marketing functions for the Institute. The Institute has a particular commitment to the integration of research, teaching and pastoral practice. Its teaching ranges from [...]

MBIT is seeking an Administrator2022-11-07T11:23:24+00:00

MBIT – Article in The Tablet Online April 2022

MBIT in the News  - April 2022   A  short article by Susanne Jennings, President of the Margaret Beaufort Association was recently published in The Tablet Online.  The topic is Catholic Social Teaching and leadership and summarises the late October Study Day on leadership. To see the article click here https://www.thetablet.co.uk/blogs/1/2001/what-does-catholic-social-thought-teach-us-about-leadership-

MBIT – Article in The Tablet Online April 20222022-04-08T14:40:34+01:00

A Letter from Dr Claire Daunton, Chair of Trustees of MBIT January 2022

Press Release  - January 2022   Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology launches a 'Sustainable Future Plan' In view of the important role that MBIT currently plays, and can play, in carrying out its core mission, the Institute’s Board of Trustees together with the Council at their meeting on 30 November 2021 unanimously agreed to open up to supporters, and potential supporters, their ambition to develop the MBIT Sustainable Future Plan. Background The Institute’s core mission is to resource Catholic women theologically and provide intellectual and spiritual enrichment to all those within and outside the Catholic tradition. The Institute carries out [...]

A Letter from Dr Claire Daunton, Chair of Trustees of MBIT January 20222022-01-20T17:54:50+00:00

A Baptismal Font for Wales (II) Saint Winefride now and always by MBIT Student Evelyn Nicholson

St Winefred or Gwenfrewi Sant, in her iconography is seen as Abbess of Gwytherin and known as a gentle and kind religious leader for fifteen years. She wears the Crown of redemption, her crozier and a nun’s habit, as so she is remembered in the Roman Martyrology (Sancta Wenefreda). In her statue at the shrine and above in the Guild window at Shrewsbury Abbey Church, she also carries her martyrs’ palm. It was because of the translation of her remains from her Abbey in Gwytherin to the Benedictine Abbey of Shrewsbury and the establishment of her Guild there, that [...]

A Baptismal Font for Wales (II) Saint Winefride now and always by MBIT Student Evelyn Nicholson2021-09-25T15:03:43+01:00

Who is Sophia?

Jackie Tevlin, a Margaret Beaufort Institute student submitted this lovely poem after attending Sophia Study Day in November 2020 led by Dominic White OP.  Thank you, Jackie! Who is Sophia? And where is she now? i. Leaf green prancing playfully in the early Summer breeze Sighs wistfully with a longing for today to be still Be held by O! Creator God of the unseasonal falling Let us revere Your Majesty in this sense of place It is not Autumn’s season yet It is not the turning of the page And it is not time for us to die. ii.  [...]

Who is Sophia?2021-01-29T15:55:31+00:00