Tilburg School of Catholic Theology
Thinking through faith
The opening of the academic year of the TST
- Opening remarks by Ada van der Velden-Westervelt, director of TST
- Chancellor Willem Jacobus Cardinal Eijk
- Acting Dean Geert Vervaeke
- Eric Luijten, FHTL
- Mini-lecture by Paul van Geest on Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation Querida Amazonia.
- Closing remarks by Ada van der Velden-Westervelt
14:00 - 16:30
Only Study Information Day Theology study programs
Are you interested in the Bachelor's program in Theology, the Master's program in Theology, the Master Teacher Religious Education Program, or the Master's program in Christianity and Society? On November 6, you can visit our Online Study Information Day (in Dutch) to get to know the study environment, follow a trial lecture, and meet a student, lecturer, and alumnus of the programs.
15:30 - 17:45
Asking Questions in Biblical Texts: An International Online Symposium
Asking questions is one of the most important forms of human communication.
11:45 - 16:00
Online Master's Open day
Which master do you think is interesting? Or do you want to know which master suits you? Then sign up for the Online Master’s Open day on Saturday, November 14.
Debate Series on Sustainable & Just Free Markets with Nobel Prize Winners Joseph Stiglitz & Mohammad Yunus21st September 2020
On September 21, researchers from four Dutch universities, including Tilburg University, will start an international consultation that will investigate the options for a sustainable and just free market in Europe. Central part of the consultation is a series of live casts on “The Future of Capitalism” with internationally renowned economists, including Nobel Prize winners Joseph Stiglitz and Mohammad Yunus. The series is organized in collaboration with Dutch debating center Pakhuis de Zwijger. Under the leadership of former Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, ideas from the consultation will be bundled in a report that will be published in 2021.
Tilburg University’s Franciscan Study Center partners with St. Bonaventure University’s Franciscan Institute to develop international Franciscan Blog18th June 2020
The Franciscan Study Center at Tilburg School of Catholic Theology will this summer initiate the first International Franciscan Blog in partnership with The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University, New York.
Krijn Pansters: Theology and ethics essential in sustainability debate to better behavior05th March 2020
New volume edited by Krijn Pansters on ecology and theology, which are closely related because of the creation story and thus the respect for the Earth.