SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
St Mary’s University Twickenham
May 06, 2021
The Institute of Theology and Liberal Arts at St Mary’s University in Twickenham (England) has announced the subject of this year’s third annual essay writing contest. The competition invites Year 12 students in English and Welsh schools to prepare an essay on the topic: “The Bible is the supreme authority for Christians.” Now in its
January 21, 2021
Catholic universities have a gift to offer the world which arises from the way we think about knowledge. We have a duty in teaching and research to ensure that the link between faith and reason is not severed. A Catholic university should also help in the building of character. Our alumni should go on to serve society whist practising the virtues – whether they practice in business, the law, sport, health or education.
November 28, 2016
Francis Campbell, Britain's former ambassador to the Holy See, said Catholic schools challenged 'group-think' in society
September 06, 2016
Speaking at a conference at St Mary's University Twickenham, the cardinal said a change to the job application process would help create stable employment
August 22, 2016
The new autobiographical work will be translated by St Mary's University theologian Jacob Phillips
July 08, 2016
John Charmley said the university aimed to educate 'the whole person, body and spirit as well as intellect'
May 12, 2016
I know from experience that religion is seen as prejudiced or irrelevant. But Catholics have a vital role to play in politics – as a new centre will demonstrate
February 25, 2016
The new centre at St Mary's has the approval of the Vatican's Secretariat of State
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