John Scally’s new book 'Inspiration for all Seasons: Celtic Wisdom for Today' is now available. The Celtic tradition offers connections, community and common sense, theologian John Scally uses it as a rich vein to be mined of insight, imagination and inspiration
The MA will be taught by distance learning over two years, with a taught component (60 credits in total) delivered over three semesters of 15 weeks. A dissertation of 15,000 words (30 credits) will be completed in the fourth semester.
Posted By: Frances O'Loughlin
Posted On: Oct 11, 2017
Filed Under: Bernard McGinn | Bible | Catholic | Francis Moloney | Gospel of Mark | Gospel of Saint Mark | Mysticism | New Testament | Scripture | Theology
The Gospel of Mark and The History of Mysticism are read and discussed in groups led by Philip McShane OP.