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CITER - Research Center for Theology and Religion Studies

Knowledge in the field of religion, and its varied phenomena, traditions and grammars, is an essential instrument for discovering ways of understanding our world and contemporary culture, taking into consideration that unending change requires a constant redefinition of how we view individuals and their social and cultural evolution. In this light, CITER promotes theology and religious studies by means of a multi- and interdisciplinary approach, seeking to describe religious realities in modern societies, while ensuring that both academic fields remain methodologically independent. By endeavouring to build a bridge between science and society and to promote free and open access to scientific knowledge, CITER encourages public debate of today's core social and cultural issues and the fundamental elements of Western spirituality.

 

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The new book "Fátima, uma aproximação" by João Manuel Duque is launched in Brazil (04.07.2017)

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CITER participates at the EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION 2017- EX NIHILO: A "Zero Conference"  (18.-22.06.2017)

CITER participates at the EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION 2017- EX NIHILO: A "Zero Conference" in Bolonha.

The EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION is a exchange platform open to Academies and Scientific Societies, Research Centers and Institutions, University Labs and Clusters, and qualified Journals, Scientific Publishers and Media. 

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Prof. João Manuel Duque's new book Fátima, uma aproximação was recently issued by the Publishing House Paulinas (05.06.2017) 

For more information see Fátima, uma aproximação.

 

 

José Tolentino Mendoça's last book Pequena Teologia da Lentidão in a Spanish and Catalan translation (06.06.2017)

The publishing house "Fragmenta Editorial" has just published José Tolentino Mendoça's last book Pequena Teologia da Lentidão in a Spanish and Catalan translation. The book is an excellent contribution to think about a new anthropological grammar, which establishes a creative axis between the perennial questions and the phenomenology of everyday life.

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THE PRIEST IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE (30.05.2017)

Open Research Seminar with the participation of Leonor Xavier, João Tordo, Pedro Mexia and José Tolentino Mendonça

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THE PRIEST IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
Open Research Seminar (30.05.2017)

 

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