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Divine Love as the Ultimate Source for Human Union: Theology of the Body and St John of the Cross

A Journey to the High Places:  Hannah Hurnard’s Spirituality and the Song of Songs

The Spirituality of Maria Teresa Nuzzo and Her Option of the Poor

Love for God-A Study of St Augustine's "Confessions"

Spirituality:  Source of Joy and Youthfulness in the Magisterium of Recent Popes

Without Leaving Your Arms:  Union of Love in Therese of Lisieux, Doctor of the Church 1873 – 1897

Redemption or Liberation: A Christian and A Buddhist Response to Human Suffering

‘Pourquoi Je T'Aime Ô Marie!’ The Last Poem of Therese of Lisieux – Scriptural, Spiritual and Marian Perspectives

Drug Addiction Recovery. Insights from Carmelite Spirituality

Uncovering Idolatry: James Alison in Dialogue With Scripture and John of the Cross

The Trinitarian Model: A Source for Marital Spirituality. Insights from the Carmelite Mystical Tradition

Mary Model of the Church: Insights From the Carmelite Marian Mystical Tradition

Echoes of the Eastern Monastic Tradition in the Carmelite Way of Life

Baptism in the Spirit : A Study of Its Meaning as Contemplative Experience


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Measuring Divinity - Inter Faculty Colloquium
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21st Annual Augustinian Lecture 2017
The 21st Annual Augustinian Lecture 2017 will be celebrated on the 5th and 6th December 2017 with two lectures delivered by Rev. Prof. Theodore Dieter.

Closing Date Dissertation Proposals
Deadline to present dissertation proposals for next Faculty Board is Wednesday 29th November 2017 at 1700hrs

Augustinian Institute Academic Year 2017-18

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Dissertation Logbook
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