Full details of the forthcoming Chavagnes Conference this summer, dedicated to “Mary and Martyrdom” and under the patronage of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, can be found here: http://chavagnes.org/conferences/
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Chavagnes Studium students are on a study tour to Rome and Sicily this week and next.
James Battye, who is currently working towards our HE Certificate in “The Foundations of the Western Tradition” at the Chavagnes Studium, has just heard today that he has received an unconditional offer to read English at the University of Oxford (St Hilda’s College), starting next autumn. Congratulations to James!
Here, extracted from the December issue of Eloquentia (due out this week) is an interview with Denis Boyles, one of our faculty at CHAVAGNES STUDIUM 1. Professor Boyles, could you explain how you came to get involved with the work of Chavagnes International College? The opportunity to work alongside professionals dedicated to teaching in tutorial
Our Patron, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney, had the following words for Catholic student leaders during the recent US election campaign: Everyone here today will be aware of the continuing battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as each vies for the Presidency of the United States of America. The nightly news, the
Day one, and so far I am impressed at the way in which Catholic schools and universities are genuinely trying to find ways to renew their Catholic ethos, even going so far as to admit that it has been compromised by financial and administrative issues. They key seems, at least with Catholic universities, to ensure
http://www.educatio.va/content/dam/cec/Eventi/educare-oggi-e-domani/Educating-Today-and-Tomorrow.mp4 Chavagnes Studium Principal, Ferdi McDermott, is to attend a special conference organised in Rome to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Gravissimum Educationis of Vatican II and the 25th anniversary of Ex Corde Ecclesiae of St John Paul II, from 18-21 November 2015. The Holy Father, Pope Francis, invites Catholic education to a balance: fidelity
Here St Thomas More (1478-1535) is addressing rulers: “For if you suffer your people to be ill-educated, and their manners to be corrupted from their infancy, and then punish them for those crimes to which their first education disposed them, what else is to be concluded from this, but that you first make thieves … and