Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson Philosophy and Theology BA1989 I arrived at Heythrop having gone though clearing in the Summer of 1989. I was sad that I had been diverted from my main love of history, but I compensated for this by discovering the exciting world of Applied Ethics, which was taught by Alan Carter. I also made …

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Stephen Balogn

Stephen Balogh MA in Christian Theology2013 – 2015 For me, arrival at Kensington Square for the post-grad induction day in 2013 represented the convergence of several threads in my life: the desire to return to higher education after a 25-year business career; to study Theology; to follow in my beloved Godmother’s footsteps as a Heythrop …

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Stan Marut

Stan Marut MA in Christianity and Interreligious Dialogue2002 – 2005MA in Philosophy and Religion2005 – 2007 In 1999 aged just 51 there came a moment in my life when I needed the challenge of academia to give me a necessary focus. I could have taken any course, perhaps plumbing, but I was drawn first to …

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Vacancy: Churches Together in England General Secretary

Due to the impending retirement of the current post holder, Churches Together in England (CTE) is seeking an able and inspiring General Secretary to provide vision and leadership within CTE, whilst promoting the unity and mission of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 1 October 2021Interview date: w/c 18 October …

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Association AGM and lecture by Professor Michael Barnes SJ

The Heythrop Association Annual General Meeting – which will be held on Wednesday 15th September at 7.00pm (note the change of date from Thursday 16th, previously advertised), which will include both the formal elements of the Association’s business, and a talk from Professor Michael Barnes SJ, “Christ in a World of Many Faiths”, which no …

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New book by Michael Barnes SJ

A new book entitled ‘Ignatian Spirituality and Interreligious Dialogue: Reading Love’s Mystery‘ by Professor Michael Barnes SJ has been published. More information is available at the publisher’s website and there is a brief review in the Irish News.

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