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Our Partners

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The Centre for Catholic Studies is pleased to be working in partnership with: 

Arts and Humanities Research Council 

British Teilhard Network 

CAFOD

Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre 

Capuchin Franciscans of GB 

Catholic Historical Society of Ireland 

Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain 

Charles Plater Trust 

Community of St Francis 

Conference of Religious in England and Wales 

Congregation of Jesus 

Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of Peace 

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Conventual Franciscan Federation (US) 

Duquesne University, Pennsylvania

Durham University Catholic Chaplaincy 

English Benedictine Congregation 

Fairfield University, Connecticut 

Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood 

Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Littlehampton 

Franciscan Sisters of Mill Hill  

Institute of Our Lady of Mercy 

Irish Capuchin Province 

Jesuits in Britain 

Leverhulme Trust

Little Company of Mary

Mater Ecclesiae

National Board of Catholic Women 

Newman Association 

Northern Diaconal Formation Partnership

Order of Friars Minor (Irish Province) 

Order of Friars Minor in Great Britain 

Porticus

RC Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle 

Religious of Christian Education

Sisters of La Retraite (Britain and Ireland) 

Sisters of Mercy (Oaklea) 

Sisters of the Holy Cross

Sisters of the Poor Child Jesus 

Society of the Sacred Heart 

St Cuthbert’s Society of Ushaw 

The Society of St Francis 

The Tablet and The Pastoral Review 

Trustees of Ushaw College 

University of Notre Dame, Indiana 

and Generous Individuals of Vision 

 

Annual Report

Read our latest Annual Report (June 2021).

 

 

Annual Friends' and Benefactors' Event 

Individual supporters and representatives from our partner organisations are invited to our annual Friends and Benefactors event. Taking place in late February or early March in historic Durham City, this is an opportunity for our partners to meet with each other and with CCS staff and postgraduate students to hear about the CCS’s current research and recent outreach activities, and to share information and ideas for future CCS initiatives. There are presentations from CCS staff and students, with plenty of time for dialogue both during the meetings and informally during social time. The day concludes with a Mass of Thanksgiving for the CCS, and those planning to attend are also invited to arrive in Durham the evening beforehand for the annual Bishop Dunn Memorial Lecture and dinner at Ushaw. 

If you are interested in becoming a partner and would like to find out more about the CCS, please contact the CCS Administrator, Theresa Phillips, at theresa.phillips@durham.ac.uk or on +44 (0) 191 33 43952.