St Mary’s University, Twickenham is delighted to announce the launch of the Centre for Catholic Education, Research and Religious Literacy (CERRL).
The Centre will act as a hub for initiatives which are core to the mission of the University.
The Centre will be launched on The Feast of St. Vincent de Paul on the 27th of September at 6pm. Speakers include Bishop Alan Williams, CM, Vice Chancellor of St Mary’s Anthony McClaran and Director of the Catholic Education Service, Paul Barber.
The event will feature a presentation of the work of St Mary’s staff, doctoral researchers, and school partners.
Director of the Centre for Catholic Education, Research and Religious Literacy, Prof Anthony Towey said, “This is a significant moment, further dignified by the presence of the Vincentian Community who served this University for so long. We have an exciting team, eager to pursue new projects and foster new partnerships”.