2004: Globalisation and Catholicity

The twentieth annual conference of the CTA was held at Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds from Wednesday 1 September to Saturday 4 September 2004.

Speakers included
  • Margaret AtkinsTrinity and All Saints College, University of Leeds – “From Fuijan to Morecombe: Responsibility and Friendship in a Globalised Society”
  • Catherine CowleyHeythrop College, University of London – “Money, Finance and Morality in a Global Economy”
  • Robert KaggwaSt Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge – “The New Catholicity: Rethinking Mission in a Globalised World”
  • David McLoughlinNewman College, Birmingham – “The Global Church”
  • Ian LindenProfessorial Research Asssitant, SOAS, London – “A New Map of the World”
  • Richard PriceHeythrop College, University of London – “Globalisation versus Inculturation in Early Christianity”
  • Frank Turner SJCatholic Bishops Conference – “Globalisation from a Pastoral and Theological Viewpoint”

These papers appeared in New Blackfriars in March 2005.

The CTA is always ready to welcome new members who are actively involved in some way in the promotion of theology through their teaching.