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Installation of Paul D. Murray as one of the new Ecumenical Canons for Durham Cathedral

Paul Murray was installed as one of the first three Ecumenical Canons at Durham Cathedral on Sunday 14 January.
Installation of Paul Murray as Ecumenical Canon at Durham Cathedral - group Chapter House

Learning on the Way Symposium 2023 - Papers and Programme

All briefing papers and documents from the CCS's 'Learning on the Way' Symposium, an ecumenical gathering for Church Leaders, Practitioners, and Theologians in England and Wales to explore the potential synergy between Synodality and Receptive Ecumenism, are now available to view.

CCS Symposium featured in The Tablet

Christopher Lamb reports on the CCS's 'Learning on the Way' Symposium.
Group of delegates at symposium in Ushaw lecture hall

CCS Annual Review 2022-23

The CCS's Annual Review for 2022-23 is available to download.
Looking up at Abbey House in Durham

'Christian Wisdom of Reconciliation' research project launch

The 'Christian Wisdom of Reconciliation' is a research project, held in collaboration with the Rose Castle Foundation, the Centre for Catholic Studies, and The Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies.

The Centre for Catholic Studies' Newsletter, Easter Term 2023

CCS newsletter 45 is now available online.

Two new articles by Karen Kilby

Two new articles from Karen Kilby on her visit to a drought-hit East Africa.
Karen Kilby

Durham University’s Centre for Catholic Studies launches FCJ Bicentenary Scholarship Fund

The Centre for Catholic Studies (CCS) at Durham University has launched a £400,000 postgraduate scholarship fund in partnership with The Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ) to mark the 200th anniversary of the founding of the FCJ Society.
Students from the Centre for Catholic Studies on Palace Green

CCS events schedule 2022/23

Full listings of the Centre for Catholic Studies' events in 2022/23