Presented by the Saint Andrew’s Foundation
for Catholic Teacher Education,
University of Glasgow
NOVEMBER 28, 2020 11AM – 12:15PM ONLINE (VIA ZOOM)
Thérèse of Lisieux: A Doctor of the Church for Our Times
DR REBEKAH LAMB
Lecturer in Theology and the Arts School of Divinity, University of St Andrews
Rebekah Lamb was an inaugural Étienne Gilson Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto. She is a Trustee of the Christian Heritage Centre at Stonyhurst College and has
lectured in Canada, the US, the UK and Italy.
Her research, teaching and published works are
concerned with the relationship between
theology, culture, and the arts, from the
Victorian period to the present, with special
emphasis on aesthetics and human flourishing.
THE ORIGINS OF THE LECTURE
The Cardinal Winning Lecture, formerly known as the Catholic Education Week Lecture, was established in 1993 by the
Department of Religious Education in St Andrew’s College. Cardinal Thomas Winning had a renowned commitment to Catholic Education,
its role in the promotion of the common good for Scotland and its contribution to the continued mission of the Church. He was president of the Commission for
Catholic Education from 1977 until his death in 2001. The lecture was instituted to showcase leading Catholic and Christian thinkers interested in education, Catholic education and the public space. We hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be a memorable event.
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