DC2015 Conference Registration is now live!

On November 15, 2014, in General News Items, by Webmaster

We are happy to announce that the registration for the 9th Ecclesiological Investigations International Conference: Vatican II – Remembering the Future: Ecumenical, Interfaith and Secular Perspectives on the Council’s Impact and Promise which will take place in Washington DC, May 21-24 2015 is now live: You can register at this page: http://dc2015.ei-research.net/ We are also still […]

EI in DC – 2015 Website and Call for Papers Now Live!

The Call for Papers and website for the 9th Ecclesiological Investigations International Conference are now Live. Follow the links and we hope to see you in Washington DC – May 21-24 in 2015.   Vatican II – Remembering the Future .…. Ecumenical, Interfaith and Secular Perspectives on the Council’s Impact and Promise We invite your […]

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On July 1, 2014, in General News Items, by Webmaster

The website for the 9th EI’s International Conference is now live and can be accessed here: dc2015.ei-research.net The topic of the conference is: Vatican II – Remembering the Future: Ecumenical, Interfaith and Secular Perspectives on the Council’s Impact and Promise Washington DC, May 21-24 2015

SAVE THE DATE: Ninth International Ecclesiological Investigations Conference

On June 1, 2014, in General News Items, by Gerard Mannion

Save the date! EI’s next international conference: Vatican II – Remembering the Future: Ecumenical, Interfaith and Secular Perspectives on the Council’s Impact and Promise Washington DC, May 21-24 2015

Latest title released in the Ecclesiological Investigations Series

On May 13, 2014, in Essential Reading, General News Items, New Publications, by Gerard Mannion

Latest title released in the Ecclesiological Investigations Series with Bloomsbury. many congrats to Boston College’s Ray Helmick on a fine volume which will be discussed far and wide…. The Crisis of Confidence in the Catholic Church By: Raymond G. Helmick SJ About The Crisis of Confidence in the Catholic Church The Catholic Church in the […]

Vatican Radio coverage of Oxford2014 Conference

On April 17, 2014, in General News Items, by Webmaster

Mrs. Philippa Hitchen, who took part at this years’ annual Ecclesiological Investigation Conference, which took place in Oxford and Cuddesdon 08-11. April 2014 with the topic “Hope for the Ecumenical Future” wrote several news-articles about the conference. You can find them here: http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/04/12/new_ways_of_being_church_together/en1-790173 http://www.news.va/en/news/oxford-ecumenical-meeting-focuses-on-anglican-cath http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/04/09/hope_in_the_ecumenical_future/en1-788891 http://www.news.va/en/news/hope-in-the-ecumenical-future Oxford2014 Organising Team

The Program for Oxford 2014 – Hope in the Ecumenical Future – is live!

On February 27, 2014, in Calls and Notices, General News Items, by Gerard Mannion

The Program for Oxford 2014 – Hope in the Ecumenical Future – has gone live! http://oxford2014.ei-research.net/program/

Christology and Filipino Cultures: The Faces of Christ in the Philippines

On February 27, 2014, in General News Items, by Synodos

You are cordially invited to the first Mindanao Theological Forum on March 6 & 7, 2014 in Davao City, Philippines. The theme of this national gathering will be on Christology and Filipino Cultures: The Faces of Christ in the Philippines and will be exploring the issues, thinking and practices of doing Christology in the Philippines. […]

Notice of Forthcoming Deadlines

On February 24, 2014, in Calls and Notices, General News Items, by Gerard Mannion

February 2014 Notice of Forthcoming Deadlines   Dear Friends, Hoping this finds you and your loved ones keeping very well.   Two imminent deadlines to remind you of – March 3 and March 15   They concern bookings for the Oxford Conference this year and the call deadline for the EI sessions at the AAR. […]

Co-chair of the Ecclesiological Investigations AAR Program Unit, Brad Hinze awarded the New Karl Rahner Chair in Theology

On February 13, 2014, in General News Items, by Webmaster

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Brad Hinze who is a co-chair of the Ecclesiological Investigations AAR Program Unit as the holder of the Karl Rahner, S.J., Memorial Chair in Theology. The ceremony took place in Tognino Hall in Duane Library at Rose Hill. You can read more about it on the following pages: http://www.fordham.edu/Campus_Resources/eNewsroom/topstories_3102.asp http://fordhamram.com/2014/02/12/fordham-professor-appointed-as-new-theology-chair/

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