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Study Day: My God, My God, Why? Exploring the Mystery of Suffering

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This course provides some resources to help us to approach our own pain and that of others with confidence and compassion.

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There is surely nothing more difficult to talk about than suffering and yet surely no subject where it is more necessary that we speak responsibly. This course does not aim to provide an answer to “the problem of pain” – because that is impossible. Rather, it is hoped that it may provide some resources from the Christian tradition to help us to approach our own pain and that of others with confidence and compassion.

Course Leader: Dr Ann Swailes OP

Date: Wednesday, 26th January 2022, 10.30am– 4.00pm (includes lunch and coffee breaks)

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Early birds get £5 off if you register before 26 November 2021

This is Day 2 of the Death and Dying miniseries.

Day 3 of this series will be a Study Day: Living, Ageing, Dying: Exploring the Life Course in Dialogue with Gregory of Nyssa’s Life of Macrina on Wednesday 16 March led by Dr Jessica Scott

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Organiser The Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology

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Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology is a Catholic institute in the heart of Cambridge and part of the Cambridge Theological Federation. We resource lay people theologically both within and outside of the Catholic tradition. We provide specialist theological education and open learning opportunities for both individuals and groups.

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