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Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy

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Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Razvan Porumb Dates: Tuesdays 11th May–13th July 2021 This postgraduate module explores essential aspects that characterise and define Orthodox spirituality – the interconnections between liturgical life and communitarian/societal understanding. It will cover ways in which Orthodox theology is implicitly communitarian (and therefore pastoral), theology as holistic: inseparable connection between the liturgical and sacramental life, social action and commitment, and the concept of theosis as ‘engine’ and ultimate goal [...]

Diocesan Certificate of Catholic Studies

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Diocesan Certificate of Catholic Studies The Diocesan Certificate of Catholic Studies offers an informal opportunity to learn about the Catholic faith. The course was commissioned by Bishop Alan Hopes, and the Margaret Beaufort Institute runs it on behalf of the Diocese of East Anglia. It is an entry level theology course. We explore topics such as the overall structure of the Bible, how the Bible is used within the liturgy and who the person of Christ might be for us as individuals and as a group, as well as the church, the sacraments and moral theology. We plan to run [...]

£120

Philosophical Theology

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Philosophical Theology Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Christoph Schneider Dates: 13th May­–15th July 2021, 2–4.30pm This module investigates the relationship between theology and philosophy. One theme is usually used as a focus for the entire course, for example: ‘faith and reason’, ‘evil’, ‘divine and human action’, ‘language/semiotics’, ‘religious epistemology’, etc. The aim of the module is to familiarise students with the most important positions, movements and schools in Philosophical Theology. The module discusses texts from the Continental tradition, [...]

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy

Online with Zoom

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Razvan Porumb Dates: Tuesdays 11th May–13th July 2021 This postgraduate module explores essential aspects that characterise and define Orthodox spirituality – the interconnections between liturgical life and communitarian/societal understanding. It will cover ways in which Orthodox theology is implicitly communitarian (and therefore pastoral), theology as holistic: inseparable connection between the liturgical and sacramental life, social action and commitment, and the concept of theosis as ‘engine’ and ultimate goal [...]

Philosophical Theology

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Philosophical Theology Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Christoph Schneider Dates: 13th May­–15th July 2021, 2–4.30pm This module investigates the relationship between theology and philosophy. One theme is usually used as a focus for the entire course, for example: ‘faith and reason’, ‘evil’, ‘divine and human action’, ‘language/semiotics’, ‘religious epistemology’, etc. The aim of the module is to familiarise students with the most important positions, movements and schools in Philosophical Theology. The module discusses texts from the Continental tradition, [...]

Workshop: Ageing and Spirituality (2)

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Workshop: Ageing and Spirituality (2) Ageing as a process of spiritual growth: developing fruits of integral ageing The second of two workshops exploring the life journey from midlife to an integral ageing through knowledge sharing, experience reflection and spiritual practice. Wisdom will be drawn from research on Spirituality of Integral Human Development for Ageing in Hong Kong: an intercultural and interfaith approach This workshop will share some initial findings of intercultural research on and insight into the spirituality of ageing, its intercultural and interfaith dimensions and the phenomenon of integral human development. Course Leader: Dr Christine Lai Date: 3rd July 2021, 9am–1pm [...]

£45.00

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy

Online with Zoom

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Razvan Porumb Dates: Tuesdays 11th May–13th July 2021 This postgraduate module explores essential aspects that characterise and define Orthodox spirituality – the interconnections between liturgical life and communitarian/societal understanding. It will cover ways in which Orthodox theology is implicitly communitarian (and therefore pastoral), theology as holistic: inseparable connection between the liturgical and sacramental life, social action and commitment, and the concept of theosis as ‘engine’ and ultimate goal [...]

Philosophical Theology

Online with Zoom

Philosophical Theology Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Christoph Schneider Dates: 13th May­–15th July 2021, 2–4.30pm This module investigates the relationship between theology and philosophy. One theme is usually used as a focus for the entire course, for example: ‘faith and reason’, ‘evil’, ‘divine and human action’, ‘language/semiotics’, ‘religious epistemology’, etc. The aim of the module is to familiarise students with the most important positions, movements and schools in Philosophical Theology. The module discusses texts from the Continental tradition, [...]

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy

Online with Zoom

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Razvan Porumb Dates: Tuesdays 11th May–13th July 2021 This postgraduate module explores essential aspects that characterise and define Orthodox spirituality – the interconnections between liturgical life and communitarian/societal understanding. It will cover ways in which Orthodox theology is implicitly communitarian (and therefore pastoral), theology as holistic: inseparable connection between the liturgical and sacramental life, social action and commitment, and the concept of theosis as ‘engine’ and ultimate goal [...]

Philosophical Theology

Online with Zoom

Philosophical Theology Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Christoph Schneider Dates: 13th May­–15th July 2021, 2–4.30pm This module investigates the relationship between theology and philosophy. One theme is usually used as a focus for the entire course, for example: ‘faith and reason’, ‘evil’, ‘divine and human action’, ‘language/semiotics’, ‘religious epistemology’, etc. The aim of the module is to familiarise students with the most important positions, movements and schools in Philosophical Theology. The module discusses texts from the Continental tradition, [...]

Catholic Ethical Leadership and Management within Ecclesial and Secular Settings

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Catholic Ethical Leadership and Management within Ecclesial and Secular Settings This will be an exploratory and interactive day led by top lay and religious speakers. It will include sessions on Catholic social teaching and thought; Benedictine and Ignatian spiritualities of moral and ethical leadership; and ways in which the Church’s teaching on the dignity of the individual can and must be met ‘on the ground’ both within an ecclesial and secular setting. This will be a thoughtful and dynamic study day with opportunity to engage, question and explore a topic of huge impact and importance upon individual lives within and [...]

£20.00

MBIT Zoom Seminars on Pope Francis

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MBIT Zoom Seminars on Pope Francis We are celebrating 7 years of Pope Francis’s pontificate by offering two sets of seminars. The July seminars will seek to identify what lies at the heart of Pope Francis’ pontificate. They will consider questions such as who is Pope Francis? What motivates him? What is the central focus and direction of his service as ‘Bishop of Rome’ in the universal Church? Pope Francis’ own words and actions, as well as his key texts, enable us to understand and appreciate more fully his vision for the Church and its future. The October seminars will continue to develop themes touched [...]

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