Claudia Ritz

Claudia Ritz

Doutoramento em Estudos da Religião

"O acordo internacional de cotutela entre a Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais e a Universidade Católica Portuguesa, com o apoio da Fapemig, resultou na dupla titulação de doutora em Ciências da Religião e doutora em Estudos da Religião. A pesquisa intitulada Eu sou sem religião com crença: a fragilização da herança religiosa e a conservação da crença como elo de memória, qualificada com summa cum laude, foi a concretização de um sonho vivenciado no Brasil e em Portugal, com proveitosa cooperação académica, virtuosas relações humanas, fecunda experiência cultural e belas memórias afetivas." 

 

Claudia Ritz

Sandra Costa

Sandra Costa

Doutoramento em Ciências da Religião

 

"It is a great honor for me to be a student on the PhD in Religious Studies. As well as highlighting the impeccable quality and proximity of the teaching staff, the people involved in the whole process are uniquely dedicated. I decided to do the doctorate for personal development, and it has been a path of personal, intellectual, academic and spiritual growth that I never imagined. I work with leaders and their teams and I feel that this growth in knowledge has helped me to be a better person, to bring more and better to my clients and partners, and together we contribute to a fairer and more fraternal community."    

 

Sandra Costa

Coach & Leadership Consultant

Sílvia Fernandes

Sílvia Fernandes

Doutoramento em Estudos da Religião

"The choice of a PhD in Religious Studies, far from my area of initial academic training and professional activity, was based on the suspicion that it would be an area of study that would teach us about the most intimate part of ourselves, since it has always been about Humanity and its beliefs.
Now, in the certainty of this, I feel myself growing through the eclectic wisdom of the ever-present teachers, who make us see that when you believe in Humanity, you need, first and foremost, to have someone to defend it, and that, to do this, we need to get rid of those ideological airs that assail us in a very intricate tangle of dubious causal connections, these wokisms that seem to noisily, and even worse when silently, plague our cultural meanders, setting themselves up as batons of new times, with fabricated contexts, euphemistic and politically correct vocabulary, with aseptic and mignon ideals. 
Here, we cultivate the deeply risky habit of thinking."

 

Sílvia Fernandes