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Research Centre for Catholic Studies: Activities

Academic Forum

The Research Centre Academic Forum is a triannual seminar presented by a member of the centre to their peers at Maryvale Institute. Each forum is open to all and can be attended either in person or arrangements can be made for online access. The audio of each forum is also available to stream; non-centre members can gain free access by registering below.


19 November 2018,
10.30 am
Dr Stephen Yates Seminar: Between Death and Resurrection.*
21 February 2019,
11.00 am
Rev Dr Michael Cullinan Seminar: Finding Conscience in St Paul.*
13 June 2019,
2.30 pm
Cn David Evans Seminar: A Hallmark of Modern Philosophy. Blondel and the Ontological Argument.*
October 2019 Dr Chris Wojtulewicz Seminar: The Post Resurrection Appearances of Christ: Insights from Lacan.*
February 2020 Dr Birute Briliute Seminar: Key Issues in Contemporary RE and Catechesis.*
June 2020 Mr Patrick Martin Seminar: Historical Apologetics.*
October 2020 Mary Killeen Seminar: Anthropological Themes in the Works of G. K. Chesterton.*
February 2021 Deborah Hawley Seminar: Spiritual Theology.*
June 2021 Dr Jeremy Pilch Seminar: Eastern Orthodoxy.*

* MA staff and associate staff to attend in person or via webinar.

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