The Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology

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.

We offer courses, study days, workshops, seminars and conferences that promote the study of theology, ethics, philosophy, pastoral practice, spirituality and theological reflection in dynamic ways that seek to meet and address twenty-first century global needs. In line with our foundational principles, we continue to promote the resourcing of women through a community life that is open to all. Through our teaching and learning we facilitate exchange with art, culture and social justice initiatives. We resource schools, parishes, hospitals, prisons and other institutions with expertise, training and pastoral support. Our theology engages with different professional and community-based (service) needs and perspectives. This is enriched and enabled by an interdisciplinary approach that is at the heart of our educational work. Many of our students gain qualifications from the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University (DTM, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD, DProf).

Our Catholic Teaching and Practice: A Learning Space for Women 4 week Thursday afternoon modules for Michaelmas Term are

  • Jesus Through the Centuries led by Dr Louise Nelstrop
  • The Nameless Women of the Bible led by Dr Rosalie Moloney

These course require a simple application form for students new to MBIT. See the website for more information on how to register.

https://www.mbit.cam.ac.uk/avada_portfolio/margaret-beaufort-certificate-of-theology/?portfolioCats=24

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.

We offer courses, study days, workshops, seminars and conferences that promote the study of theology, ethics, philosophy, pastoral practice, spirituality and theological reflection in dynamic ways that seek to meet and address twenty-first century global needs. In line with our foundational principles, we continue to promote the resourcing of women through a community life that is open to all. Through our teaching and learning we facilitate exchange with art, culture and social justice initiatives. We resource schools, parishes, hospitals, prisons and other institutions with expertise, training and pastoral support. Our theology engages with different professional and community-based (service) needs and perspectives. This is enriched and enabled by an interdisciplinary approach that is at the heart of our educational work. Many of our students gain qualifications from the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University (DTM, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD, DProf).

Our Catholic Teaching and Practice: A Learning Space for Women 4 week Thursday afternoon modules for Michaelmas Term are

  • Jesus Through the Centuries led by Dr Louise Nelstrop
  • The Nameless Women of the Bible led by Dr Rosalie Moloney

These course require a simple application form for students new to MBIT. See the website for more information on how to register.

https://www.mbit.cam.ac.uk/avada_portfolio/margaret-beaufort-certificate-of-theology/?portfolioCats=24

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