EPS Tutors and Staff


All of our tutors are not only well qualified in their subject specialisation but bring a rich diversity of pastoral and parish experience to their roles.


Alongside these regular tutors we also have a bank of specialists who offer their expertise through visiting lectures.


Starting with an orientation day in September, EPS offers ongoing academic and practical support.


 P1020804anne.JPG Dr. Anne Inman             

Course Co-ordinator and Tutor  

Modules: Theology; Trinity & Jesus Christ; Marriage & Family Life.
Anne has extensive experience teaching adults returning to education. She offers one-to-one tutorials to all students.
Anne specialises in the doctrine of creation, and her recent book (Evidence and Transcendence) discusses this and issues surrounding ‘evidence’ for the existence of God.    

 ValarieFlessati.jpg Dr. Valerie Flessati       



Module: Faith justice and the Common Good.  

Valerie is a vice-president of Pax Christi.  She regards the pursuit of "justice and peace" as central to Christian faith and parish practice.  Recent publications include: Another World is Possible, Another World is Here (Kevin Mayhew 2007) and Peace People who Changed the World (Kevin Mayhew 2008)  

Kate.jpg Dr Kate Stogden        


Modules: Christian Spirituality; Parish in Context.  

Kate is a Cenacle sister, who specialises in Christian Spirituality. She Lectures on the Ignatian Spirituality Course in Lombard Street and is a practising Spiritual Director.  


Fr John Deehan MA, STB, LSS       


Module: Exploring Scripture. 
John is a parish priest in the Westminster diocese, as well as a renowned scripture scholar. He writes regularly for the Tablet .  


 Pam Fitch MA     


Modules: Catechesis and the RCIA; Sacraments in Practice.    
Pam is an MA graduate in pastoral theology from Heythrop College , London and has vast experience in parish catechesis.

Rowancrop.jpg Paul Rowan PhL STL 


Module: Evangelisation and Mission
Paul is Lecturer in Theology and Philosophy at St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham.  He is a graduate of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, and has previously taught at Liverpool Hope University, the Venerable English College, Rome and the Pontifical Beda College, Rome.    


Tarcisius Mukuka   LSS  


 Module: The Church: Theology, History and Law
Tarcisius  is a trained biblical scholar and classicist. He has taught Theology and Scripture in Zambia, Botswana and the United Kingdom. He holds a Baccalaureate of Sacred Theology from St Patrick’s Pontifical College in Maynooth, Ireland and a Licentiate of Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem. He is currently a Research Fellow at St Mary’s University College. He is the author of Wise Words: Universal Thoughts Everyday Everywhere published by AuthorHouse (publication date December 2009).    


Rebekah O’Keeffe MA

Tutor and Office Administrator  

Modules: Foundations for the study of Theology and Sacraments and Liturgy
Rebekah is a qualified Youth and Community Worker. She gained a Diploma in Pastoral Theology through EPS and the MA also in Pastoral Theology at St Mary’s University College. She has worked in the Archdiocese of Southwark for almost 30 years in a variety of ministries. Currently she is also a freelance catechist and liturgical artist with responsibility for the rite of election, the mass for new catholics and the day of celebration
for people of all abilities at Aylesford.