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Trinity College Dublin

Posted by Francis O' Toole on November 14, 2012

At the invitation of the President of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors I wish to draw to your attention the establishment of a new educational venture at Trinity College Dublin. It is called the Loyola Institute and it’s academic agenda is teaching and research in Theology in the Catholic Tradition. It is a quite new venture and in many ways breaks new ground in the offerings of Irish universities. Theology has been mostly absent, and certainly under-represented, in Irish university academic life when taken in comparison with their international counterparts. Thus the establishment of this institute is really quite significant.

The Institute was established by the board of Trinity College in June 2012. It will be formally launched by the Provost at a ceremony in The Long Room Hub at Trinity on Monday 12th November, with an appropriate press release.

The Institute is offering, in the present CAO handbook, a new BA to be titled BA Moderatorship in Catholic Theology – TR030. I am attaching a brochure of this programme which has the appropriate contact details. I would be very grateful if you would bring this offering to the attention of students alongside others.

Click here for flyer …

With much thanks in anticipation

Dr. Cornelius J Casey

Director of Loyola Institute

School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics Trinity College Dublin cocasey@tcd.ie

Phone: 01 896 3477

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