"The Anglican Centre is joining forces with Liverpool Hope University College to offer an Ecumenism Module during June this year . The Module will last two weeks, the first week (June 12th-18th) being spent at Liverpool Hope and the second (June 18th-25th) at the Anglican Centre in Rome." "We are planning some new Courses for 2006, so we hope old friends will revisit us and new ones join us. You will also be able to find these details on our website". See also more complete course description on page 6.
Brief descriptions of two courses offered at the Anglican Centre in Rome in 2007: "Benedictine Spirituality" (Tuesday 6 - Tuesday 13 March 2007) and "Why Study the Old Testament ?" (Tuesday 8 - Tuesday 15 May 2007).
Advertisment with short description of two courses to be offered by the Anglican Centre in 2007: "Is There a Future for Anglican Christianity ? (2-9 October 2007) and "Studying Genesis" (16-21 November 2007).
The author describes her experience in Rome in September-October 2004 when she attended the Anglican Centre in Rome course "Who is Christ for Us Today ?" This was the first semester at the Centre with its new director, the Rt. Rev. John Flack, who was installed by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Archbishop Rowan Williams also met with Pope John Paul II for the first time as Archbishop of Canterbury. The Centre students also visited the Community of St. Egidio "where we learned about this world wide lay movement which began in 1968 with the commitment of a group of high school students to pray together each day, to live a simple life and to serve the poor. We viewed a video about the Community's DREAM project in several African countries which provides medical care and treatment for victims of AIDS".
A description of the new Education Centre at Canterbury Cathedral. The Centre "as well as serving the Cathedral's needs, provides a first class environment for conferences and seminars, musical events, receptions and exhibitions." "The Centre comprises an Auditorium fitted with state-of-art audio-visual and lighting equipment, two audio-visual/lecture theatres, several seminar rooms and a reception area." "Stage Two of this project is residential accommodation for those attending courses and conferences, for pilgrims and those on sabbatical. From early 2002 there will be study bedrooms for up to 40 people, a library, common room and dining hall". The Cathedral has also launched a Scholarship Fund to allow those needing financial aid to be able to attend the Centre.
Includes list of courses offered for 2001-2002 with contact information including e-mail address and web site.
Photo with caption. "This year's Anglicanism course students stopped after a service on the Cathedral in front of Old Palace, Canterbury for this photo. The Dean of Canterbury and the Dean of Duke Divinity School U.S.A. welcomed students from many parts of the world. Organising the annual course is the Canterbury Cathedral Trust in America. Information on the 1995 course, set for 8-29 July, can be obtained from the Revd Randall K. Day, 2300 Cathedral Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008, U.S.A.".