Higher Education

The Diocese of East Anglia works with universities and other Higher Education institutions across East Anglia to help provide learning and pastoral services.

Chaplaincy to Higher Education

Coordinating Chaplain: Rev Canon Mark Hackeson

University of Cambridge

Chaplain: Rev Paul Keane, Fisher House, Guildhall Street, Cambridge CB2 3NH.

Tel: 01223 350018

Web: www.fisherhouse.org.uk

University of East Anglia

Chaplain: Rev Andrew Eburne, Catholic Chaplaincy, Multi-faith Centre, University of East Anglia

Tel: 01603 592168

Email: andrew.eburne@uea.ac.uk

Assistant Chaplain: Sr Theresa Weight COLW


Anglia Ruskin University

Mrs Rosina Abudulai and Mrs Ged McHale.

Tel: 01223 224850/ 07931 669113

Email: rosinapastoral@olem.org.uk

Margaret Beaufort Institute Cambridge

An academic institution that works within the Roman Catholic church and its principle of human flourishing through God’s grace. It sets out to offer transforming experiences for women, the community and the church through theological education, profes­sional pastoral practice and personal formation, assisting women to discern God’s call and preparing them for lay ministries and Christian discipleship in today’s world.

It offers postgraduate degree programmes, including the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS), as well as short courses and study days

Contact: Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, 12 Grange Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DU

Tel: 01223 741039

Email: mbitadm@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Web: www.margaretbeaufort.cam.ac.uk

Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS)

The Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) is managed and awarded by the Board of Religious Studies on behalf of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales. Any person who is or wishes to be involved in Catholic education and formation may apply for this course. This includes those involved in Religious Education in schools, Parish Catechesis and other ministries in the Church and anyone who wishes to follow the course for faith development or personal interest. The course seeks to ensure that participants have at least a basic knowledge and understanding of the beliefs of the Catholic Faith. It also provides a basis for further study.

The course is designed for teachers in Catholic schools; that they may have a basic understanding of the Church, its teaching and way of life to enable them to contribute to the maintenance of the ethos of the Catholic school. It is also for catechists in order to give them a basic understanding of the faith of the Catholic Church as a foundation for their catechetical ministry, and for adult members of the Church to enable them to continue to grow in understanding as they live their Catholic faith.

Contact: CCRS Registrar, Catholic Education Service, 39 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1BX

Tel: 020 7901 1900

Fax: 020 7901 1939

Email: ccrs@catholiceducation.org.uk

Web: www.catholiceducation.org.uk