There will be an ecumenical memorial service for the late Fr Michael Hurley SJ on Thursday 15 September at 2.30 pm in Fortwillam and Macrory Presbyterian Church, Antrim Road, Belfast. It will be conducted by the Rev. Dr Lesley Carroll and the preacher will be the V. Rev. Dr John Dunlop, former Moderator of the […]
The Irish School of Ecumenics’ Continuing Education programme, Education for Reconciliation, has scheduled two courses for the autumn. Both courses will be facilitated by the Rev. Dr Johnston McMaster and Dr Cathy Higgins. A six session course on ‘Ethical Theological Responses to Shared Remembering 1912-1922’ will be held 21 September-26 October 2011 from 7.30-9.30 pm […]
Dr Peter Rollins, a Research Associate with the Irish School of Ecumenics in Belfast, will give a public lecture on ‘The Apocalypse isn’t Coming, it’s already Happened,’ on Monday 5 September at 7.30 p.m. in the Black Box Cafe, Hill Street, Belfast. Rollins describes the content of the talk this way: Fundamentalist Christianity has long […]
The closing date for applications to the Irish School of Ecumenics’ programmes is 15 Sept 2011. For more information on how to apply, click here.
A number of students from the Irish School of Ecumenics participated in commencement ceremonies in July. Among them was Paula Guzzanti Ferrer, who is the first Belfast-based student to complete an M.Litt. degree. Guzzanti Ferrer’s research was titled, ‘Identity, Conflict and Community Arts – Case Study: An Exploration of Community Arts’ Capacity for Peace-Building.’ She […]