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News

 
  • Fr. Alexopoulos Presented a Paper

    Fr. Stefanos Alexopoulos presented the paper “Toward a History of Printed Liturgical Books in the Modern Greek State: An Initial Survey” (co-authored with Dionysios Bilalis Anatolikiotes) at the North American Academy of Liturgy Washington DC, January 7, 2017

  • Fr. Witczak Presented at the NAAL Conference

    Fr. Michael Witczak, associate professor of liturgical studies in the School of Theology and Religious Studies, presented two paper at the annual meeting of the North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL), held January 5-8 at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown District of Columbia. He presented the paper "Evolving Theologies of Priesthood: The Private Prayers of the Priest in the Roman Missal of 1962 and 2002 - The Introductory Rites" to the seminar on Issues in Medieval Liturgy. In conjunction with former STRS adjunct faculty member, Dr. Katherine Harmon, he presented "Defining the Spirituality of the Liturgical Movement" to the seminar on Historical Research: Sixteenth Century to the Present. Fr. Witczak is a past president of the NAAL.

  • Kelley D.Min. Presentation

    Kathleen Kelley, a Doctor of Ministry student in the Pastoral Care & Counseling program, successfully presented her treatise on Friday, December 9th. The project, titled "A Catechetical Program for Roman Catholics in Twelve-Step Recovery," was directed by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti.

  • Jan Dolny Defended His Dissertation

    STD Candidate Jan Dolny successfully defended his dissertation, "The Relationship between the Development of Doctrine and the Papal Office according to John Henry Newman and Vladimir Sergeyevich Soloviev". Dolny is a Systematics student and was directed by Rev. John Ford, C.S.C.

  • Daniel McClain Defense

    Daniel McClain, doctoral candidate in Historical and Systematic Theology, successfully defended his dissertation on December 5, 2016. The dissertation, entitled "An Hexameral Reading of Bonaventure's Breviloquium," was directed by Dr. Joshua Benson.

Recent Events

  • Kelley D.Min. Presentation

    Kathleen Kelley, a Doctor of Ministry student in the Pastoral Care & Counseling program, successfully presented her treatise on Friday, December 9th. The project, titled "A Catechetical Program for Roman Catholics in Twelve-Step Recovery," was directed by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti.

  • Jan Dolny Defended His Dissertation

    STD Candidate Jan Dolny successfully defended his dissertation, "The Relationship between the Development of Doctrine and the Papal Office according to John Henry Newman and Vladimir Sergeyevich Soloviev". Dolny is a Systematics student and was directed by Rev. John Ford, C.S.C.

  • Daniel McClain Defense

    Daniel McClain, doctoral candidate in Historical and Systematic Theology, successfully defended his dissertation on December 5, 2016. The dissertation, entitled "An Hexameral Reading of Bonaventure's Breviloquium," was directed by Dr. Joshua Benson.

 Humanae Vitae

A statement signed by hundreds of Catholic scholars affirming the Church's teaching on the gift of sexuality, and information on the future conference: “Healing the Wounds in Human Sexuality and Marriage by Embracing God’s Vision for Love and Marriage: A Fiftieth Year Anniversary Symposium on Humanae Vitae (1968-2018).”




Upcoming Events

  • Jan.
    26
    The Cross in Visual Art
    The Liturgy Area of STRSSA invites you to a lecture on "The Cross in Visual Art: Cosmic Sign, Precious Relic, and Tree of Life" by Dr. Robin Jensen, on Thursday, January 26th, at 5:15 in the Happel Room of Caldwell Hall.
  • Jan.
    30
    Fifth Annual Hispanic Innovators of the Faith Lecture

    All are invited to attend the Fifth Annual Hispanic Innovators of the Faith Lecture, Monday, Jan. 30, Noon, Happel Room, Caldwell Hall.  Hosffman Ospino, assistant professor of theology and religious education at Boston College's School of Theology and Ministry will deliver this year's lecture titled, "Hispanics and the Remapping of American Catholicism in the 21st Century: Reading the Signs of the Times."  Click here for more information.

Dean's Corner

A Message from STRS Dean Very Rev. Mark Morozowich S.E.O.D. 

Welcome to the website of CUA’s School of Theology and Religious Studies!  Whether you are a current student, a prospective applicant, or simply a visitor, I hope you will find here what you are looking for, and be excited to learn more about our great school and the opportunities it offers!

 

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