Papers etc

Academic Qualifications:
MLitt, (2008);
PhD, (2018) University of St Andrews

Professional Membership
Society for the Study of Christian Ethics (SSCE)
Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain (CTA)
European Society Catholic Theology (ESCT)

Publications:
Chapter in Annunciations: Sacred Music for the Twenty-First Century, George Corbett (ed.) which may be read at https://www.openbookpublishers.com/product/994 For more of my own behind the scenes work for this project see Theoartistry
Proposed publication of PhD thesis

Conference Papers:
Conference: Vatican II 50 Years On: The New Evangelization, Leeds Trinity University College, 2012
Paper Title:Religious Life in the Light of the Redemption: towards a contemporary theology of Religious Life from the Apostolic Exhortation Redemptionis Donum.

Conference: Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, Annual Conference 2012, Westcott House Cambridge
Paper Title: “Why be a human person-and how?” Religious Vocation and the meaning of life in Pope John Paul II.

Conference: Mystical Theology: Renewing the Contemplative Tradition, Durham University 2014
Paper Title:St John Paul II on St John of the Cross, the mysticism of faith in the anguish of the contemporary world

Conference: Teresa of Avila, 1515 – 2015; ‘A Major International Conference to Celebrate the Quincentenary of Teresa of Avila. St Mary’s University Twickenham’, 2015
Paper Title: The Evangelical Counsels, Teresa’s Chosen Way of Working for the Redeemer,
in the Light of the Theology of Pope
John Paul II

Upcoming Conference: International Congress of the European Society for Catholic Theology: Hope: Where does our hope lie? 28 – 31 August, 2019 Bratislava, Slovakia
Paper Title: Hope – why and how to be a human person; Consecrated Life as Theological and Existential Witness

CSRP Seminar Paper, 2015; A Vision for Europe: the Theology of Consecrated Life of Pope John Paul II in Conjunction with the Address of Pope Francis to the European Parliament

Reflection at St Mary’s College Eucharist