Durham University - Catholic centre graces campus

March 13, 2008

Durham University and the Roman Catholic Church are launching the first Centre for Catholic Studies at a secular university in the UK. The Durham Centre for Catholic Studies will also be home to the Bede chair of Catholic theology, the first chair of its kind at a secular institution. The chair and the centre's research and outreach work have been made possible by donations and funding that have so far totalled £2.1 million.

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