Anna Blackman

Lecturer in Catholic Religious Education

Anna Blackman is a Lecturer in Catholic Religious Education at the University of Glasgow. She assists with the work of the School of Education and the St Andrew’s Foundation and has taught widely in the areas of Catholic social thought, Christian ethics, Christian apologetics, and political theology. Her research focuses primarily on the intersection between Catholic theology and Catholic social thought and practice. She is interested in how Catholic social thought can be integrated in the wider body of Catholic theology, forming a holistic approach between the doctrinal and the social. Of particular concern is how this can be achieved in Catholic Religious Education and catechesis.

Email me: Anna.Blackman@glasgow.ac.uk

Fr. Stephen Reilly

Coordinator of Spiritual & Pastoral Formation

Fr Stephen Reilly is Co-ordinator of Spiritual and Pastoral Formation at the School of Education at the University of Glasgow.  He teaches many Initial Teacher Education courses in Catholic theology, curriculum and pedagogy.  His research interests include the religious and spiritual development of young people, the role of the family in catechetics, the spirituality of pilgrimage, and Catholic educational philosophy. He is a former parish priest, school chaplain, diocesan RE advisor, seminary teacher, and pastoral centre director.

Email me: Stephen.Reilly@glasgow.ac.uk

Roisín Coll

Director of the St Andrew’s Foundation for Catholic Teacher Education

Roisín Coll is Director of the St Andrew’s Foundation for Catholic Teacher Education at the University of Glasgow and has oversight of Catholic Teacher Education programmes in Scotland.  She has taught, written and presented widely on initial teacher education, Catholic school leadership, professional and spiritual development of Catholic teachers and prayer in the Catholic school setting. She is a mother to two girls, both of whom attend a Catholic primary school.

Email me: Roisin.Coll@glasgow.ac.uk