Thursday, September 11, 2008, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Location: 201 / 202
Rooms 201 and 202 in the Catholic Center are located on the second floor.
This is the first class of a 3-year program which will ground each student in a college-level understanding of Catholic theology. This systematic program has a 12 week course of studies every semester. These courses will have a nominal fee (scholarships are available for those who cannot pay the small fee of about $15-20) and students will not be tested or graded.
During each session we will find:
-Where these teachings are found in the Bible?
-What did the disciples of the Apostles and all the early Fathers teach about these topics?
-How do I live these teachings today?
The first semester's topic is "Introduction to Catholic Thought and Theology"
The topics will be.
- Introduction to the class, process, Catholic documents, texts used, Catholic thought and theology
- The mystery of God and The Trinity
- Introduction to Revelation, Salvation History, Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition
- Introduction to Studying and Interpreting Sacred Scripture
- God’s Story of Salvation – Law, Covenants, Incarnation, Grace, Redemption
- Introduction to the Creeds
- Introduction to The Hierarchy and Magisterium of the Catholic Church
- Introduction to Catholic Morality and Conscience
- Introduction to Catholic Social Justice Principles
- Introduction to Prayer
- Introduction to Sacraments
- Introduction to The Liturgy and Mass
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