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Catholics and the Rapture – Will Catholics really be left behind?
The “left-behind” novels have enjoyed extraordinary popularity among Evangelical Protestants. The series raises important questions for anyone interested in the teachings of Christianity about the end of time and man’s destiny. In his lecture on “the rapture,” Father Daniel Callam will examine the origins of these current views, paying particular attention to the principles of biblical interpretation that lie behind them. Speaker(s): Sr. Prudence Allen Date: October 26, 2004 Location: Scanlan, Jerabeck Length: 99 mins
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4/12/2016 5:01:35 AM
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Faith & Economics Dialogue: Mission in Haiti
Speaker(s): Fr. Joseph Philippe, C.S.Sp Date: February 17, 2005 Location: St. Mary's Length: 94 mins
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4/7/2016 6:02:51 PM
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Faith in Film: Exploring Christian Spirituality in Cinema
Nicolosi is the founding director of Act One, Inc., a non-profit training and formation program for Hollywood writers and executives. Now in its sixth year, Act One keynotes artistry, professionalism, ethics and Christian spirituality. Act One trains people of faith for careers in mainstream film and television.
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9/29/2016 5:25:49 PM
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Juntos en el camino de la esperanza (Spanish Video)
Reflexiones sobre las cartas pastorales de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de Estados Unidos, "Welcoming the Stranger" y "Strangers No More". Speaker(s): Cardenal Oscar Rodríguez, SDB Date: Junio 3, 2005 Location: Jerabeck Length: 109 mins
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3/8/2016 8:24:49 PM
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Leaders of Faith and Character: An Interfaith Dialogue
UST hosts leading representatives of the five world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity to meet for dialogue. Event speakers are Sri Gaurangbhai Nanavaty, Hinduism; Dr. David Gray, Buddhism; Rabbi Shaul Osadchey, Judaism; Dr. Mahmoud El-Gamal, Islam; and Rev. Donald S. Nesti, CSSp, Christianity. Rev. Leon Strieder, assistant professor, UST School of Theology, will serve as moderator. Speaker(s): Panelists Date: January 26th, 2005 Location: Jones Hall Length: 78 mins
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2/23/2016 5:28:16 AM
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Man and Woman Complementarity: The Catholic Inspiration
Throughout Western history philosophers have proposed various theories of gender identity. Some defended a unisex theory, which claims that men and women were equal in dignity and worth, but there were no significant differences between them. Others defended a polarity theory, which argues that either the male was naturally superior to the female or that the female was superior to the male. Where is the true answer?
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9/29/2016 6:01:50 PM
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Moving from Tolerance to Acceptance: Understanding Islam
The Boniuk Center was established at Rice University in July of 2004 to support research on topics related to religious tolerance and promotes understanding and conditions conducive to a sustainable, peaceful coexistence. among people of different religions. Speaker(s): Carol Quillen, Zuhaira Razzack Date: March 23rd, 2006 Location: Scanlan Room Length: 80 mins
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6/3/2016 6:37:04 AM
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One Nation Under God: The History of Prayer in America
James P. Moore reflects on his latest book: One Nation Under God. He shows us a brief summary of the importance of historical prayer in America through its greatest leaders. Speaker(s): James P. Moore Date: December 7th, 2005 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 50 mins
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3/9/2016 4:06:06 AM
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Operation: Love Thy Neighbor
Laurence J. Payne, president and CEO of Houston Habitat for Humanity, will give a talk on “Operation Love Thy Neighbor.” He will use Matthew 22:49, “Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself,” as the foundation for his discussion. Among the questions to be addressed are: Who are our neighbors in contemporary society; and what are the implications for our working, living and service together as we give witness to the gospel values of social justice? Speaker(s): Laurence J. Payne Date: March 24, 2006 Location: Ahern Room Length: 50 mins
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4/6/2016 9:01:46 PM
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Part 1: Catholics in Public Life: Realizing the Promise of Education Today and Tomorrow
Christian education transforms the whole person, leading individuals to manifest the glory of God within and become the authentic people we are created to become! Parents have the right and duty to educate their children in this way and to be assisted by the Church and society in doing so. All are invited to come, hear, break open, and dialogue about the rich understanding of Christian education with its source being the joy of the Gospel which finds its first expression in and through the family system. In turn, education is nurtured and supported through the lived experience of the Church community, society, and in addition, Catholic schools and institutions of higher learning. Guest speakers and panelists will provide insights into the Church’s teachings on Catholic Christian education, as well as provide testimonies of the impact that Catholic faith formation and education received in the family, parish life, parish faith formation, and schools, has had upon their lives. Date: March 21,2015 Location: University of St. Thomas Address: Jones Hall - 3910 Yoakum Houston, TX 77006 Sponsored By: AngelicvM Foundation and the University of St. Thomas - VPAA, Center for Faith and Culture, Center for International Studies, Catholic Outreach, and Campus Ministry.
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4/8/2016 10:17:47 AM
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Part 2: Catholics in Public Life: Realizing the Promise of Education Today and Tomorrow
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4/8/2016 3:30:42 AM
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Street Saints as Social Entrepreneurs: Faith at Work in the Marketplace
Dialogue on Faith and Economics Speaker(s): Barbara Elliott Date: April 21st, 2005 Location: St. Mary's Length: 121 mins
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4/7/2016 7:42:28 PM
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Together on the Journey of Hope
Reflections by Cardinal Rodríguez on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' pastoral letters, "Welcoming the Stranger" and "Strangers No Longer". Speaker(s): Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez, SDB Date: June 3rd, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 115 mins
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3/8/2016 10:07:43 PM
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