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Religious Life for the 21st Century: Creating Communities of Hope on a Global Scale

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September 12, 2017

lecturesEVENTS - Join Sr. Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, for "Religious Life for the 21st Century: Creating Communities of Hope on a Global Scale."

Through this series, you will learn to "read the signs of the times" and seek to respond to them, by engaging key areas of religious life through the lenses of scripture, tradition, interdisciplinary studies, and the arts. You will discern key elements of community longed for and needed in the world today; consider the necessity of hope in our current moment; and examine ethical issues to which consecrated life is called to witness.

Lectures take place Monday evenings from 7 - 8 pm, beginning September 11 in room 339 at CTU. All lectures are open to guests for $150 for the full series or $15 per lecture. Complimentary parking is available.

Click here for more information and to register online.

Click to download the flyer and printable registration form.

Join Rev. Donald Senior, CP, for "The Theological Vision of Paul."

Paul remains a dominant voice in the New Testament. His ardent love for the Crucified Christ, his deep and abiding roots in Judaism, his apostolic sufferings on behalf of the gospel, his dynamic sense of mission, and his vision of an inclusive and compassionate church--all of these are fundamental motifs of this remarkable follower of Jesus and a foundation of the church's life and mission today. This course will study the life of Paul within the context of Judaism and the Early Church and consider his major letters.

Lectures take place Wednesday evenings from 7 - 8 pm in room 210, beginning September 6. All lectures are open to guests for $150 for the full series or $15 per lecture. Auditors are also welcome to come to Holy Family Parish in Inverness where Fr. Don's lectures will be live-streamed. If you're attending the lectures at Holy Family, you will register on-site.

Click here for more information and to register online.

Click to download the flyer and printable registration form.

 

For questions on either of the lectures, please contact Janet Hoffman at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 773-371-5444.

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