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Organisation profile

Organisation profile

Where do people today seek meaningful practices? Where are they challenged to reflect on their lives? Where do they find answers to their existential questions? Which spaces bring people together in a deepening manner? In which settings do traditional stories find new forms of expression? 

With the research program 'Changing Places of God: in search of religious practices in late modernity,' the Department of Religion and Practice at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology is searching for answers to these questions. In the department, theologians, philosophers, and religious scholars collaborate, each contributing from their own perspective to this explorative endeavor. The research program focuses on religious practices with a Christian – and particularly Catholic – signature or origin.  


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