Catherine of Siena College was established in 2007 by a group of scholars concerned about the marginalization and oppression of women across the world. They wished to offer courses to support those working for gender justice. As the founders recognized, facilitating the full contribution and leadership of women is not only crucial for the wellbeing of women. It is also vital for the flourishing of men, children, societies, nations, and religious communities. In 2015, Catherine of Siena College became part of the portfolio of the University of Roehampton.
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The college takes its name from the fourteenth century Christian mystic, Catherine of Siena. Born in Italy in 1347, she defied the conventions of her day through her theological writing and political activism. She wrote letters to bishops and popes urging an end to ecclesial schism, and her "Dialogue" is considered one of the most impressive theological writings of her time.
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Catherine of Siena College is a charity that depends on charitable grants and donations to support our work of providing higher educational opportunities to those who would not otherwise have access to them. If you wish to make a donation to support the work of Catherine of Siena College, you can do so through the university e-store here. We are very grateful for your support.