Tilburg School of Catholic Theology
TST's motto is "Thinking Faith". Faith and religion are no longer as widespread in our society as they were, but remain relevant social factors. On an individual level, spirituality and faith are still vitally important to many, and faith and religion continue inspire and comfort people.
The study of theology is broad and profound and includes both personal and academic formation.
Third lustrum / Fifteenth Anniversary Tilburg School of Catholic Theology
In 2007, the Tilburg and Utrecht schools of theology merged to form a single School of Tilburg University. TST may be Tilburg University’s most recently created School, but theology has deep roots in the academy. As one of the oldest disciplines, theology stood at the origins of the university tradition, and rectors of Tilburg University such as Thomas Goossens and Frans Weve were heirs to both the critical-academic tradition and their Christian heritage.
09:00 - 15:00
Agents of Change: Moral Conversion and Social Transformation
International Virtual Conference, Utrecht, NL
Organized by The Franciscan Study Center and The Thomas Institute at Tilburg University
16:15 - 17:15
Inaugural address Prof. W.M. Speelman
16:15 - 17:15
Valedictory address Prof. Bart Koet
Modern theology more vibrant and versatile due to globalization and decolonization23rd June 2022
In this book, emeritus professor of interreligious dialogue Marcel Poorthuis and former pastor Wilken Veen consider many theologians of the last forty years from around the world.
Catholic women want more participation in a more inclusive church organization08th June 2022
Catholic women are positive about being women in the Netherlands, but less so about their position within the Catholic Church. These conclusions result from a digital survey, to which more than 2,000 women responded, organized by the Network of Catholic Women (KNV) at the beginning of this year.
Dries de Crom wins prize for best published Dutch article on the Near East20th May 2022
Dr. Dries de Crom has received the Cuijpers-Opdenakker 2022 Annual Prize for the best published scientific article written at a Dutch university. It is a prize of the Netherlands Institute for the Near East.
What does studying Theology entail?
What subjects will you study are covered, for example, and what can you do with a Theology degree?
Take a look at the website, and if you want a more personalized answer, visit an Open Day or a Study Information Day. Ask the questions you have, attend a mock lecture and sample the atmosphere at the faculty. You can do this both in Tilburg and Utrecht.