CATHOLIC THEOLOGY IN BRITAIN

The CTAGB was founded in 1984 as a professional association for Catholic theologians in higher education and elsewhere, so that they could form contacts and debate common interests at an annual conference. The first conference on "The Christian Understanding of God" was held in Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds in September 1985.

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CTA 2021 Conference: Save the Date!

We can confirm that the 2021 annual conference, to be held jointly with the Irish Theological Association on the theme of 'Eco-theology - a new heavens and a new earth', will still take place Monday 6 - Thursday 9 September 2021. The conference will take place online with more details to follow in due course. 

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Four Catholic theology/philosophy posts

The Dominican studium in Oxford, Blackfriars, is offering four posts in Catholic theology/philosophy. 

 

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Nicholas Lash Essay Prize 2020-21

In memory of the late Professor Nicholas Lash, the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain is launching the Nicholas Lash Essay Prize.

Professor Lash was a leading Catholic theologian and author, and a founder and second President of the CTA. This prize aims to honour his contribution to theological life in this country and the Catholic community, and to encourage the work of early career researchers.

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