Thursday, April 10, 2014

Celebration of Scholarship: April 11, 2014

Come and support the research of some of our upperclass students in Theology and Pastoral Ministry!

Saint Mary’s Hall
Room 202
9:00-10:15
1. Ashley Walz: “‘Ordain a Lady?’ An Analysis of the Ordination of Women”
This presentation takes a critical approach to discussing the history, differing viewpoints and arguments made in the discussion of female ordination.
2. Charles Keyes: “Iconography in the Time of Iconoclasm”
Iconoclasm acted as a major controversy in the 8th and 9th centuries. This presentation considers its causes and effects.
3. Ashley Cermak: “The Theology of the Body in the Liturgy of the Eucharist: a Key to Active Participation in the Mass”
This paper examines John Paul II's Theology of the Body to better understand the hermeneutic of the gift and spousal implications of the eucharistic liturgy.

Save the date! Theology End of Year Gathering....






Thursday, May 1 (study day)
Time to be announced
Snacks will, without question, be provided

Discerning your life in the Church this summer? Go to "Catholics on Call"!

Young Adult Conference 2014
Aug 5-9, 2014
Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, IL 
$100 registration (that's everything except travel!)
Application deadline: May 5

Kelsi Watters and alum John Uhal have done this conference and speak very highly of it.  Please consider learning more about it and applying to attend.  If the $100 is holding you back, talk to CoC or perhaps Campus Ministry for financial help.  The cost is frankly a real bargain given what you are getting.

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Monday, March 10, 2014

"Ukraine: The Political, Historical, and Religious Background of a Revolution"

Presentations on understanding the current challenges in Ukraine, and Q & A with Drs. David Lynch (Political Science), Erich Lippman (History), and Susan Windley-Daoust (Theology).

Thursday, March 20
President's Room
7pm

Sponsored by the Peace and Justice club, refreshments provided.

2014 Aquinas Lecture: Dr. John Knasas, "Fides et Ratio: Or, My Life in Thomism"