A group of Catholic theologians and religious educators met in Luton on Saturday 24th February 2018 to reflect on the current position of Catholic theology in the UK and Ireland and to discuss its future.
The meeting was an initiative of the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain, and convened and chaired by its current President, Professor Tom O’Loughlin, Professor of Historical Theology at Nottingham University. The nineteen people present had travelled from all parts of England, and represented a range of Institutions, including Diocesan centres, study houses of religious orders, Universities with a Catholic foundation, and public Universities which have a Theology Dept. Rev. Dr Michael Shortall (registrar of the Pontifical University, Maynooth) attended to represent the Irish Catholic Theological Association.
Etc. A very interesting read.