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Dr. Grabowski Gives Presentation on Theology of the Body Dr. John Grabowski was at the Theology of the Body 2014 International Congress in Philadelphia last week. He gave a presentation called &ldqu...
Msgr. Irwin Receives Book Award The Catholic Press Association has awarded Msgr. Irwin second prize for his book What We Have Done, What We Have Failed To Do: Assessing the Liturgical Reforms of Vati...
On June 28, Msgr. Clay conducted an all-day conference for the Diocese of Jackson, MS, on formation and catechesis during the Period of Evangelization and Precatechumenate. The conference focused on the importance of exploring the level of evangelization of inquirers as well as focusing on the kerygmatic dimensions of faith and conversion.
Dr. Miller Publishes Overview of Sacred Scripture in Catholicism. Dr. Robert Miller has published a contribution to the Inter-Faith Conference of Greater Washington’s publication Strengthening ...
The latest document from the International Theological Commission (ITC), 'Sensus Fidei in the Life of the Church', was published in June 2014. Msgr Paul McPartlan, Carl J. Peter Professor of Systematic Theology and Ecumenism at CUA, was president of the subcommission of the ITC which produced the document, working from 2011 to early 2014. Since his election in 2013, Pope Francis has given considerable emphasis to the sensus fidei (e.g. in Evangelii Gaudium, nn.119, 198), and the ITC document identifies the sensus fidei as 'a vital resource for the new evangelisation to which the Church is strongly committed in our time' (n.2). To see the document, follow this link: http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/cti_documents/rc_cti_20140610_sensus-fidei_en.html.
On Saturday, May 17th, the School of Theology and Religious Studies conducted commencement exercises for graduating students in Caldwell Auditorium. 59 graduate and 14 undergraduate degrees were awarded to students completing their studies, and a full list of these graduates and event pictures can be found
“From Italy to China: Matteo Ricci Priest, Missionary and Scholar” Lecture by Dr. Costantino Sigismondi
On Thursday, May 1 in Caldwell Auditorium, Dr.Costantino Sigismondi presented "From Italy to China: Matteo Ricci Priest, Missionary and Scholar." An astronomer, astrophysicist, and professor of physics at Galileo Ferraris Institute, Rome, Italy, he is currently a visiting researcher and teaching fellow at Brazil’s National Observatory in Rio de Janeiro.
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- Aug.25Opening of Classes
Classes for the Fall Semester will begin on Monday, August 25.
The subtitle of this book published by Wipf and Stock is Worship for Life in the Spirit of Prophecy. The worship that Revelation exhorts and enables is in the divine Spirit of prophetic witness against all forms of idolatrous worship in favor of a true worship of the Lord God and the Lord Jesus Christ, the Lamb, for an eternal and heavenly life. The audience may begin this worship in the Eucharistic supper into which Revelation leads them by inviting them to respond to the promise of Jesus, “Yes, I am coming soon,” with “Amen! Come Lord Jesus!” They thereby welcome the Lord Jesus to the Eucharistic supper that anticipates his final coming and the divine grace, the gift of eternal life, of the Lord Jesus that is intended to be the destiny of all.
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.