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The Rev. Dr. Marwood "Marney" Patterson with his wife Joan

Remembering the Rev. Dr. Marwood (Marney) Patterson

Wycliffe College is giving thanks for the life of the Rev. Dr. Marwood (Marney) Francis Patterson. Born in 1927, he died on February 24, 2022. Marney was a three-time graduate of Wycliffe College (Bachelor of Divinity, 1956; Licentiate of Theology, 1965, and an honorary Doctor of Divinity, 1988). He was ordained in the Anglican Church of Canada (Diocese of Toronto) in 1955 where he served as a parish priest for 12 years.  

Date Published: Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Wycliffe College building exterior

Notice of Reaffirmation of ATS Accreditation

Late last week, Wycliffe College received with joy and gratitude  notice  from The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) Commission on Accrediting that Wycliffe has been reaccredited for another 10 years,  until 2032. The notice follows the recommendations of the ATS accreditation team that met virtually with our community last October.  The ATS letter comes on the heels of a positive University of Toronto review of the Toronto School of Theology consortium in June 2021.   

Date Published: Thursday, February 24, 2022

Joseph Mangina

Publication in honour of Joseph Mangina

Warmest congratulations to Wycliffe Professor of Systematic Theology, Joseph Mangina, on the occasion of a symposium in his honour—available now and next month in Pro Ecclesia Journal. (See Volumes 31:1 2022 and 31:2 2022.) Featuring the work of such prominent colleagues as Stanley Hauerwas, Ephraim Radner, David Yeago, Kendall Soulen, and Kathryn Greene-McCreight, and former students Christopher Holmes, Philip Ziegler, David A.R. Clark, and Jeremy Bergen, the essays explore the many shades and contours of Theological Interpretation of Scripture.

Date Published: Thursday, February 17, 2022

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Why Name a School After a Heretic?

A short animation about the inspiration behind Wycliffe College's name.

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