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Aspects of Doctoral Research at the Maryvale International Catholic Institute (Volume Four)

This collection of extracts from students who successfully defended their doctoral thesis highlights the breadth of research in Catholic Studies. The fourth book in a series of volumes, it shines new light on age old issues and, in many ways, offers solutions to and opportunities for dialogue with the contemporary world. These essays, from the students of Maryvale International Catholic Institute, with doctorates accredited by Liverpool Hope University, truly reflect the philosophy underpinning academic life at Maryvale, that of St. John Henry Newman. In essence, his vision for education involves an extension of knowledge, a cultivation of reason, an insight into the “relation of truth to truth”, learning to view things as they are and understanding “how faith and reason stand to each other”. These students have achieved that. This volume presents work covering the areas of moral theology, ethics, bioethics, textual analysis, theology, philosophy, history and literature, crossing in places, into the territory of pastoral theology, evangelisation and catechesis.


Dr Catherine Knowles is Programme Director for the MA in Catholic Applied Theology at Maryvale Institute (UK). Following achieving her doctorate in moral theology from the University of Kent in 2006, she worked as a researcher in education at Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Greenwich, and more recently within the charity sector.

Dr Birute Briliute is Dean of Maryvale Institute (UK). She graduated from the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium with a PhD in Catholic Theology. Her research interests include Catholic identity, developing and maintaining Catholic identity in a secular society, and hermeneutic–communicative issues (in religious education and catechesis).

Dr Harry Schnitker is a Permanent Deacon and Director of the Research Centre at Maryvale Institute (UK). He is a graduate of Edinburgh University, where he gained his PhD in medieval history. After teaching at Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities, he joined Maryvale in 2010.

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Catherine Bedwei-Majdoub

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Catherine Knowles

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Hannah Rosarie Doherty

Dan Schneider

Harry Schnitker

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Release Date: 1st June 2023

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