The CCS has created a large collection of recent talks, some of which are available as videos and others of which are available as audios. The audios can be accessed via Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts and Spotify, and the videos are available via the CCS’s YouTube channel.
In 2019, the CCS hosted the Franciscan Legacy conference, bringing together members of the Franciscan family, theologians, historians, and others to explore the continuing significance of St Francis and Franciscan traditions. Audios from the conference are available on Soundcloud, including talks by Ilia Delio, Mona Siddiqui, and John McCafferty. Some of the other papers are available as pdfs – the full programme is here and if you would like to a request a paper, please email email@example.com.
A list of publications and resources on Receptive Ecumenism
The CCS has created two pioneering academic Chairs, each of which commit 20% of their time to community outreach and engagement:
The Bede Chair in Catholic Theology stands in a special relationship to the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. The Bede Professor serves as theological advisor to the Bishop, speaks at diocesan and parish level events, and engages with teachers and students in the Diocesan school system. Recent talks from Karen include:
The St Hilda Chair, specialising in Catholic Social Thought and Practice, works with faith based organisations, policy makers, activists, social entrepreneurs and Church groups (among others). Recent resources by Anna include:
CCS members offer some thoughts about the pandemic - some words of hope, consolation, food for thought and more.
A 'patristic lectionary' is a series of readings from the fathers (in Latin patres) of the Church. Here we make available a two-year patristic lectionary initially edited by Stephen Mark Holmes (University of Edinburgh School of Divinity) and subsequently re-edited and formatted by Michele Freyhauf (Durham University); for Pluscarden Abbey, Scotland. The aim of this two-year patristic lectionary is:
Download the full two-year patristic lectionary
A talk by Carmody Grey to the Royal Geographical Society - What's philosophy got to do with it? Carmody Grey RGS Lecture 140222