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Find out about Marian-themed events that may be of interest to our readers
The Online Mariological Society of America Meeting (12th – 14th May 2020)
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Mariological Society of America will hold
its annual meeting in an online format from Tuesday 12th - Thursday 14th May
2020. The conference topic is “The Person of Mary: Her Cultural and
The schedule is available here. All the times are given in US Eastern Time (so we
will be five hours ahead in the UK).
Anyone who is interested is invited to join the meeting free of charge by registering in
advance click here for the online form.
More information on the Mariological Society of America is available on their own website.
8th-10th July 2021
Bridges and Boundaries: The Role of the Virgin Mary in Faith and Culture
The Centre for Marian Studies are joining with The Institute of Theology at St Mary’s University, for this conference which will be held at St Mary's University, Twickenham, London.
Confirmed speakers include Rev. Johann Roten, S.M. (The International Marian
Research Institute, University of Dayton, US); Dr Sarah Jane Boss (The Centre for
Marian Studies); Marius-Adrian Calin (University of Heidelberg, Germany);
Dr Elisabetta Canetta (St Mary’s University); Dr Maria Enriqueta Garcia (The
Marianum, Italy); Dr Rita George-Tvrtković (Benedictine University, Chicago, US);
Dr Patrizia Granziera (Facultad de Artes, Universidad Autónoma del Estado
de Morelos, Cuernavaca-Mexico); Dr Mary Frances McKenna (Independent Scholar);
Sr. Theresa Marie Chau Nguyen, OP (University of Saint Thomas, Houston, US);
Dr Jacob Phillips (St Mary’s University); Professor Brian Reynolds ((Fu Jen
University, Taiwan); Rev’d Canon Marie Rowley-Brooke (University of Birmingham);
Dr Eileen Rubery (London School of Mosaics); Mr Mike Russell (Independent Scholar);
Professor Salvador Ryan (St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Ireland); Professor Zeki Saritoprak
(John Carroll University, US); Dr Reza Shah-Kazemi (The Institute of Ismaili Studies);
Ingrid Stellmacher (founder and CEO of conflict resolution and peace building organisation, Le Menach Foundation); and Rev. Dr Andrew Unsworth (Archdiocese of Liverpool)
Click here to book your place at the conference.
For further information, contact Dr Catherine O’Brien: