Annual Garden Party Enjoyed by All

As Trinity Term came to a close, the Hall was pleased to host its annual Garden Party. 

Guests mingled and chatted under a clear sky and amidst the vibrant colors of the Hall green. Many visitors look forward to the Party each year as a highlight of the Oxford summertime social calendar; others were excited to be coming to the Hall for the very first time, visiting friends, colleagues, or teachers from the previous year. 

Thanks to Hall member Alejandro Olayo-Mendez, SJ, for the kind permission to use the photographs below. 

 

Theological imaginaries and models of development (Registration available)

Theological imaginaries and models of development: A reflexive workshop

Campion Hall, Oxford
Wednesday, 7 June 2017, 1.30-5.30pm

 

A large proportion of development actors in Latin America are inspired by their Catholic faith and act through Catholic institutions.  At the same time, Latin America has been the site of plural Catholic theologies with explicit social and political implications.  This exploratory workshop aims to understand how distinct theological imaginaries shape models of social action (and vice versa).

 

Visiting Georgetown Artist Exhibits Work

During the past term, the Hall had the distinct pleasure of hosting Prof. John Morrell of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

Prof. Morrell is a working artist specializing in watercolor landscapes; during his time in Oxford John worked on a number of on-site studies of the local environs in preparation for a larger exhibit in America in the coming months. The image (left) is one of those studies: A view of the Thames at Oxford, known as the Isis. 

Campion Visiting Music Scholar Named Maestro di Cappella in Malta

At the end of last year, the Roman Catholic church in Malta announced a new Maestro di Cappella: Hamish Dustagheer. Responsible for preparing and directing the music and choir during liturgical celebrations at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mdina and St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, Hamish is also tasked with promoting liturgical music in the Archdiocese of Malta. 

Hall student awarded MSt degree

On Saturday, 6 May, 2017, Mr Travis LaCouter, a postgraduate student of theology at the Hall, was admitted to the degree of Master of Studies (with distinction) during a ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre. The purpose of the nine-month Master of Studies (MSt) degree is to offer specialist graduate education in theology for able students, and to provide training in research methods as well as general education in a chosen field of research.

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