Join us in Jakarta for our training program in English on:
Leading Catholic Universities in the 21st Century
April 12-19, 2023
The assessment period is open!
It started on April 1st and runs until August 31st 2022.
Two hundred delegates from throughout Europe gather in the Czech capital of Prague to discern the fruits of the synodal work at the local level. The European continental assembly for the third phase of the Synod on Synodality is taking place from 5-12 February.
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At the invitation of Rector Hans Hobelsberger and Vice Rector Barbara Schermaier-Stöckl, the two IFCU representatives Prof. Pierre Vercauteren (Board Member) and Prof. François Mabille (Secretary General) visited katho at the Cologne site on January 17, 2023.
Liderar las universidades católicas en el siglo XXI - Reinventar la educación superior
Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), República Dominicana
Applied Foresight Workshop: The Future of our Universities - IFCU Headquaters, Paris, France
On the occasion of the inauguration of the new office of the International Federation of Catholic Universities, His Eminence Cardinal José Tolentino Mendonça, Prefect of the Dicastery for Culture and Education, gave an online address for the IFCU membership.
His Eminence Cardinal José Tolentino Mendonça, Prefect of the Dicastery for Culture and Education, gave an online address for the IFCU membership and inaugurated the new office of the Federation.
The International Federation of Catholic Universities mourns the passing of His Holiness Pope Benedict and honors his legacy.
The Administrative Board of the International Federation of Catholic Universities, which represents Catholic universities in 65 different countries, met this week in Rome to discuss the direction and development of the Federation and of Catholic higher education worldwide.
Academic freedom and freedom of speech on campus have been under assault from various activist groups in a growing number of countries. Faculty are getting “cancelled”, suspended or fired, and scientific publishing itself is becoming an issue. This webinar offers an assessment of the current state of freedom in academe, and of the possible implications of this developing trend.
The main challenge faced by the Synod on synodality is not primarily organizational. The challenge is to understand the purpose of such an undertaking: to walk together, to be built as God’s people on the move, gathered by the Gospel and attentive to the signs of the times. In short, it is learning, through a process, to be Church.
This seminar is organized at the Pontificia Università della Santa Croce
The 2-year programme is addressed to students of various Christian denominations and leads to the licentiate (STL) for a total of 120 credits distributed among courses, seminars, study stays, thesis and final exam.
During the administrative session, the delegates of the University Members elected the administrative Board of the Federation
Academics and university leaders from around the world have reflected on Pope John Paul II’s vision for Catholic higher education in a new book launched by Australian Catholic University.
The Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical Gregorian University intends to take up the call addressed to the whole Church convened in a Synod by proposing an International Conference on the theme "Theology Responding to the Challenge of Synodality" (April 27-29, 2023).
In April, Dr Corinne Mellul issued "The Status of Knowledge".