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Recent Events

  • "Hispanic Catholics and the 'New Evangelization'" Lecture by Rev. Virgilio Elizondo

    On Monday, March 31 in Great Room B of the Pryzbyla Center, Rev. Virgilio Elizondo delivered the lecture, "Hispanic Catholics and the 'New Evangelization.'" The Hispanic Initiatives Committee of STRS was proud to host the widely acclaimed founder of U.S. Latino theology who is professor of pastoral and Hispanic Theology at the University of Notre Dame.

  • "The Catholic Roots of Religious Freedom" Lecture by Robert Wilken

    The Moral Theology and Ethics area of STRS hosted Professor Robert Wilken, Wednesday, March 19 in the Msgr. Stephen J. Happel Room. The lecture entitled, "The Catholic Roots of Religious Freedom" drew a crowd of 50 ranging from undergraduates to graduates and faculty across the university. Professor Robert Wilken is professor emeritus of the history of Christianity at The University of Virginia.

Job Postings

Please click here to view open positions with the School of Theology and Religious Studies.

Graduate Work Study Position

Clinical Assistant Professor in Pastoral Theology

 

Upcoming Events

Dean's Corner

A Message from STRS Dean Very Rev. Mark Morozowich

As this Spring semester unfolds, let us renew our minds by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Our dedication to the intellectual life reminds us of the wonderful blessings of freedom that we enjoy. May we unite with those whose freedoms are limited and defend them. In particular, we remember the defenseless people both young and old. May we help all to recognize the sanctity of life from conception to its natural end.

 

Recent Publications

  • Dr Ian Boxall Publishes New Book on Matthew’s Gospel

    Dr Ian Boxall’s new book Discovering Matthew: Content, interpretation, reception has just been published by SPCK. This introduction to the interpretation of Matthew’s Gospel draws on a range of methodological approaches (author-, text- and reader-centered), as complementary rather than mutually exclusive ways of interpreting the Gospel. In particular, it reflects the growing scholarly attention to the reception history of biblical texts.

  • Msgr. Irwin Publishes New Book

    The Paulist Press has just published Msgr. Irwin’s latest book entitled: What We Have Done. What We Have Failed To Do. Assessing the Liturgical Reforms of Vatican II. In this book Msgr. Irwin invites discussion about a number of things about what (especially American) Catholics have done to implement the liturgies that were revised after the Second Vatican Council. Topics include: church renewal, active participation, making memory together, the sacramental principle, liturgical translations, the proclamation of the word and the liturgical homily, liturgical roles and presiding at liturgy, the arts (architecture and music), liturgical education and mystagogy, devotions and spirituality.