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Post Graduate Diploma in Christian Commu

The Postgraduate Diploma

in Christian Communications

& Media Practice is offered by Kairos 

in conjunction with St Patrick's College Maynooth. 

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MA in Applied Spirituality

Programme Outline
The MA in Applied Spirituality brings the resources of spirituality to bear on issues about the meaning of life that come up in work settings,
therapeutic settings, family settings, relationships or in the context of social issues regarding just and sustainable living. It aims to meet the
needs of those with an interest in pursuing advanced study in the area of contemporary spirituality. The programme draws on a substantial
body of literature by writers, scholars and practitioners, as well as mystics, drawn largely from Christian traditions. Other areas of study
such as anthropology, psychology, sociology, science, philosophy and the arts are employed to explore human experience and the
journey of life in terms of its spiritual dimension and connection.

Applications for this programme are made online by going to
www.pac.ie (Code wd590)

 

Contacts
Academic queries contact
Dr. Michael O’Sullivan Prof. Bernadette Flanagan
T: +353 (0)87 4140694 T: +353 (0)87 2033006
E: mosullivan@wit.ie E: bflanagan@wit.ie

 

Admissions queries contact
Waterford Institute of Technology
T: +353 (0)51 302670
E: pgadmissions@wit.ie

Maryvale lies at the centre of the ancient settlement of Oscott, about five miles from Birmingham City Centre. With its charming buildings, in which Christian values and prayer  are almost tangible, its long and interesting history and peaceful grounds, Maryvale is spiritual ‘home’ to many.

It has been the aim of the Maryvale Institute from its inception to provide opportunities for lay people, clergy and religious to achieve a deeper understanding of the faith and to appreciate more clearly its joyful message for the lives of individuals and communities.  Maryvale stands within the Catholic theological tradition, whose riches it seeks to explore, and draws from that tradition an insistence, not only on the foundational importance of faith for theological reasoning, but also on the place of reason in the response of faith.  In pursuance of this the Institute provides opportunities for Catholic formation and education through courses across a wide range of subjects and levels.

Click the links to see a full list of Further Education courses, and a list of modules for independent study. 

For more information contact Dr. Marie Cooke, Director of Further Education, at fedirector@maryvale.ac.uk, or on +44 121 360 8118, or visit www.maryvale.ac.uk

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The Priory Institute offers student opportunities to engage with the deeper questions about life and its meaning. Students may choose to study at a serious academic level for a degree or, alternatively, they may decide to work at their own pace without seeking academic credit and the pressure of essays, examinations and other deadlines. In our courses, students consider the meaning of religious faith and many of the challenging ethical issues that confront human beings in today’s world. They also explore why and how God interacts with the world, the understanding of God that is presented in the Bible and the relationships between the different world religions. We aim to facilitate the needs of individual students.

Postal Address

The Priory Institute
Tallaght Village
Dublin D24 W410
Ireland

Phone: +353 1 404 8124

Email: enquiries@prioryinstitute.com

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