and the DRAFT timetable for 2017/2018 here - updated 18th August 2017)
The Loyola Institute invites people who have a curiosity about theology and the big issues of life to attend our short courses. There are no exams and participants do not have any course work. All are welcome.
P J Farrell on attending Loyola Institute short courses:
“I am a retired person, having worked for over 30 years in a profession. We live in a wonderful mystery. I now have more time to explore it, within the Catholic tradition, with Loyola Institute in Trinity College. Loyola has, through its deeply knowledgeable and widely experienced people like Dr. Con Casey and the Director, Dr. Fáinche Ryan, opened up to me the meaning of this mystery. I am no academic but feel welcomed and supported by people who teach and speak from a lived experience that make matters of God contagious. That’s Loyola’s vocation.”
Modules offeredOur lectures are on varied themes and provide an enriching opportunity to explore important themes and today’s critical issues. These include:
- The Making of Catholic Theology
- The Book of Kells: A Theological Reading
- Jewish Origins and the Hebrew Bible
- Ethics and Society in Catholic Traditions
You can download our short courses brochure for 2017/2018 here.
All classes take place during the day. For exact times of particular modules please contact Helen at the Loyola Institute, contact details below.
Michaelmas term (Autumn): Monday 25th September – Friday 15th December 2017.
Hilary term (Spring): Monday 15th January – Friday 6th April 2018.
Note, no lectures during reading weeks: 6th – 10th November 2017 and 26th February – 2nd March 2018.
All classes take place on the Trinity College Dublin campus, either here at the Loyola Institute in the ISE/Loyola Building or in lecture theatres nearby.
Cost & Application form
The cost per module is €150.
(A concession rate is available to second and third level students, unemployed persons, and those in receipt of a social welfare pension.)
To register please completed application form and send along with a cheque or money order made payable to: Trinity College number 1 account, for the attention of Executive Officer, Loyola Institute, Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology, ISE/Loyola Building, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2.
Executive Officer of the Loyola Institute, will be happy to answer any questions or queries you might have by e-mail: Loyola@tcd.ie or by telephone (01) 8964790. .