fellowship

Norman Tanner SJ
For his seminal writing on Church history, particularly the role played by the great Councils of the Church in clarifying the Christian message, Norman Tanner SJ has been made a Fellow of Maryvale Institute. Born in wartime England in 1943, Norman entered the Novitiate in 1961 and was ordained priest in 1976. His apostolate has focused mainly on teaching and writing, with four books published, as well as short courses on Church history which have been taken in countries across the world....
Campion Hall, University of Oxford in association with Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford and Jesuit Refugee Service International, Rome, has announced the Pedro Arrupe Research Fellowship in Forced Migration.This exciting new two-year Fellowship is a collaboration between Campion Hall, the Refugee Studies Centre (RSC), and Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) International. The Fellow will design an independent academic research programme relating to forced migration to be undertaken over...