Welcome to the Cathedral Institute of Christian Spirituality!
In forming CICS, we had one simple vision in mind: to provide high
quality, sound Christian education on PEI, which is ecumenically
based, and made available to the broader community in the Charlottetown
area. We want to bring Christians together, to learn from each other,
and to deepen our mutual understanding of the "faith once delivered to the saints".

The Cathedral Institute is an ongoing ecumenical series of lectures
open to everyone. Suggested donation of $5 per evening.
All funds support the ongoing ecumenical lecture series.

The Cathedral Institute
and The Centre for Christianity and Culture at UPEI

"Christianity in the Modern World"
A four-part lecture series

Friday, Oct 8, 2010, 4 p.m. at UPEI
    "Princess Diana and Mother Teresa: Compassion vs Christian Charity"
Clifford Orwin, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto

Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010, 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Cathedral Hall
    "Asceticism and Abundance: Flannery O'Connor and the Communion of Saints"
Professor Susan Srigley, Professor of Religious Studies at Nipissing University

Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011, 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Cathedral Hall
    "Does Liberalism need Christianity?"
Professor Grant Havers, Professor of Philosophy and Political Studies, Trinity Western University

Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2011, 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Cathedral Hall
    "A Role for Religion in Modern Culture"
Bishop Richard Grecco, Roman Catholic Bishop of Charlottetown

A poster in PDF format advertising this lecture series

Ecumenical? The Cathedral Institute of Christian Spirituality is a ministry "sparked"
by St Peter's Cathedral, but involves teachers and participants from many Island
Churches, and also from the academic community of the university.
We have had, and will continue to have representatives of the Orthodox,
Evangelical, Roman Catholic, and mainline protestant communities all participating
in our Institute.

Contacting us: You can come to the Cathedral office,
at 11 All Souls' Lane, or call the office at 566-2102
to find out more about the Institute. You can reach us
by regular mail at Box 713, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 7L3
Address all correspondence to the "Cathedral Institute of
Christian Spirituality". The easiest way of contacting us
is through email:

[email protected]

The staff who run the Institute are:
Canon Peter Harris, our Provost
Professor Ian Dowbiggin and Professor Philip Davis,
our Consultants and Coordinators
& Judith Beauchamp, our Registrar

Teachers past, present and future (God willing!), include: Callum Beck, Michael Edward, The Rev. Blair Bernard, The Rev. Stephen Allen, Holly Pierlot, Dr Philip Davis, Dr. Joe Velaidum, Dr. Colman O'Hare, Dr. Peter Erb, The Rev. David Curry and Dr. Gloria MacInnis, and we hope - in time - to include many more. Any suggestions for great teachers on PEI, let us know!

Where is the Cathedral Institute located?   The facilities of the Cathedral Institute of Christian Spirituality are located on the corner of Rochford and Fitzroy, in the new Cathedral Hall, beside the little Church on this map. You can enter via that corner, or via All Souls' Lane (the little unnamed street on the map parallel to Kent and Fitzroy), where you will find a small parking lot. Parking is also available on the street, and (after hours) in the Provincial government lot.

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