The Rev'd Dr Jo Inkpin

Lecturer in Church History and Senior Tutor, St Francis College, Milton

The Rev'd Dr Jo Inkpin

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The Rev’d Dr Josephine Inkpin is Lecturer in Church History and Senior Tutor at St Francis College, Milton and Co-Chair of the ACSQ Reconciliation Action Plan Group. She has two first class degrees from Oxford University and a Ph.D from Durham, and has particular interests in issues of human difference (especially inter-faith, Reconciliation, sexuality and gender) and ecological spirituality.

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St Cuthbert – opening the door to the heart of heaven

“Cuthbert’s profoundest significance lies in his inspiring spirituality, of which three aspects are particularly valuable today. Firstly, his embodiment of key features of Celtic Christianity; secondly, his deep Scriptural grounding; and thirdly, his contemplative prayerfulness,” says The Rev’d Dr Josephine Inkpin on St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne whose Feast Day is celebrated on 20 March


Requiem for a ‘little one’: in thanksgiving for the life and legacy of Jean Vanier

The Rev’d Dr Jo Inkpin and The Rev’d Penny Jones reflect on the life and legacy of L’Arche founder Jean Vanier, who passed away recently:Operating on a not-for-profit ‘community model’ of care, people with disabilities remain at the core of L’Arche, affirming the centrality of relationships, the dignity of the image of God in everyone, and the values of compassion, inclusion and diversity”