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Ross Maidment

Research student, Religious Studies and Theology, School of History, Archaeology and Religion

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Ross read Theology as an Undergraduate at Regent’s Park College, Oxford. He then returned to Cardiff in 2015 to read for Masters in Christian Doctrine, whilst exploring a vocation to the priesthood with the Church in Wales. He is now training for ministry at the St Padarn’s Institute in Llandaff. Ross is married to Stephanie, and they have two cats, Wilfred and Hermione.

Research interests

  • Political Theology
  • Mariology
  • Ecumenism
  • Modern Doctrine


Persons in Communion: A Social Trinitarian Model of Ministry for the Church in Wales

This thesis argues that Catherine LaCugna’s doctrine of the Trinity has something to offer the Church in Wales, at it begins to reformulate its strategy for mission and ministry in the twenty-first century. Following LaCugna, and other contemporary theologians, I argue that the Trinity is fundamentally social in nature. This thesis proposes a theology of Ministry Areas which is rooted in Social Trinitarianism.

Funding source

Church in Wales

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