Virgins and Free Women: the Christian Women of Rome

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

Sunday 9 June 2019 – Friday 14 June 2019 This course argues for the foundational role of the women leaders and martyrs of the Church in Rome.  It will examine classical conceptions of gender and the rights of women in the Roman Empire, before situating early Christianity within Its social and cultural context.  We will …
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Angles and Anglicans

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

    Angles and Anglicans Sunday 8 September 2019 –Friday 13 Sept 2019 What are the Anglican roots in Roman soil? How can we understand the foundation and flourishing of Christianity in England, the growth of the Church of England, and the development of the Anglican Communion through the ministries of St Gregory, St Augustine, St Benedict and Theodore of Tarsus. Visiting the …
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To Rome, Together

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

Sunday 22 Sept 2019 – Friday 27 Sept 2019 What does the place and faith of Rome say to those Christians who share a marriage and a faith, but come from different denominations? How do we remain true to our denominations, and the teachings of our churches, and at the same time, express the love and service …
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“First see, then write, then send”: the Doctors of the Church and Christian mission

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

    “First see, then write, then send”: the Doctors of the Church and Christian mission Sunday 3 November 2019 – Friday 8 November 2019 What can we learn about the mission and ministry of the Church from the examples and lives of the Doctors of the Church? Studying the legacy and lives of Augustine …
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Power, Politics, and Christendom

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

  Power, Politics, and Christendom Sunday, 17 November 2019 – Sat, 23 November 2019 How should Christians treat the secular powers? The course presents a critical history of the interaction between Christianity and secular power, examining how economics, politics, war, and theology all contributed to the place of Christianity in the world today. As Christianity, …
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