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Documents of Vatican II Class # 12
Class #12 4/20/17
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4/20/2017 10:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class # 6
Class # 6 FEB 23, 2017
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2/23/2017 11:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class #10
Class # 10 3/30/17
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3/30/2017 10:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class #11
Class 11 - 4/6/17
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4/6/2017 10:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class #9
Class #9 3/23/17
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A Catholic Reading of the American Experience
Speaker(s): Dr. Glenn Olsen Date: October 13, 2008 Location: Jones Hall Length: 49 mins Description: What does it mean that one can simultaneously be a good Catholic and a good American? From the first Americans described their national history as an experiment. This lecture is a Catholic reflection on this experiment in ordered freedom. This lecture shows that the Catholic and the American understandings of such language is not necessarily identical, and it traces the evolution of the understanding of such concepts as freedom in American society, and how this has affected Church life.
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9/11/2015 8:48:11 PM
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After a Century of Ecumenism
The churches have recently commemorated the centenary of the 1910 World Missionary Conference at Edinburgh, Scotland, an event understood as the starting point of the modern ecumenical movement. A century of ecumenism has gone by. This gives us the occasion to ask what has been achieved during this century. In what ways have Christian communions, divided from one another over centuries, begun to move towards unity? What are some of the ecumenical challenges facing us today? With an emphasis on the results of ecumenical dialogue, this presentation explores some answers to these questions.The 2011 B.K. Smith Lecture in History presented by Professor Emerita Dr. Virginia Bernhard. Speaker(s): Msgr. John A. Radano; Rev. Donald S. Nesti; Daniel Cardinal DiNardo Date: April 7, 2011 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 89 mins
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4/29/2016 7:17:47 AM
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Ambassadors of Christ: Universal Mission. "to the Jew first and also to the Greek"
As part of the "St. Paul and Evangelization" Pauline Year Lecture Series, Dr. Judith Ryan's lecture focuses on the Jewishness of the Apostle Paul, including the Apostle's call and commission in relation to that of Israel's prophets and also looks at the roots of Paul's message of evangelization in the promises, dreams and visions of the Hebrew scriptures. Based on the Apostle's own letters, it appears that evangelization has two components: a pastoral and local aspect that highlights the personal character of Pual's correspondence, and a far-reaching missionary dimension that proclaims the gospel of Jesus Christ "to all the nations." Dr. Judy Ryan is an Associate Professor of New Testament and a full-time member of the Faculty of Theology at the University of St. Thomas School of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary. Speaker(s): Judith Ryan, Ph. D., S.T.L. Date: March 18, 2009 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 76 mins
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6/6/2016 4:24:33 PM
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Apostles, Prophets, & Teachers (1 Cor. 12:28) Evangelization as Community Project in Paul's Theology
As part of the "St. Paul and Evangelization" Pauline Year Lecture Series, Dr. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ explains that if "it takes a village to raise a child," it also takes a community to proclaim the Gospel. Evangelization in Paul's churches was not done by enterprising individuals but by common collaberation, using the best of culture to transform culture. That is the only way to do it effectively. Dr. Osiek is Charles Fischer Catholic Professor of New Testament at Brite Divinity School of Texas Christian University. Speaker(s): Dr. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ Date: March 11, 2009 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 94 mins
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6/16/2016 2:30:38 AM
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Catholicism and Science
A conference devoted to Catholics’ responses to various scientific issues, featuring representatives of both the Catholic & scientific communities Many today think that science and religion are incompatible. People often look to Galileo, the “father of modern science,” as the model example to depict the relationship between the Church and science as one of conflict. Yet, despite its missteps here, for which it has formally apologized, the Catholic Church has long been a proponent of the sciences. How do contemporary Catholics in the US today understand the relationship between science and religion? To what extent do they see faith and science as being compatible, in conflict, or completely independent? And how do the attitudes of Catholics on various science-related issues, including those reproductive technologies the Church condemns as immoral, compare to those of the general American public? We address these questions by examining data from the largest study ever conducted on religious people’s views of science: the Religious Understandings of Science (RUS) study, led by Prof. Elaine Howard Ecklund at Rice University. The conference will include a presentation of the RUS data by Prof. Ecklund and Dr. Brandon Vaidyanathan. Panelists who represent both the religious and scientific communities will respond. Date: April 14, 2015 Location: Jones Hall Length: 128 mins
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4/4/2015 4:14:00 PM
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Common Good and Political Order: Medieval Perspectives on Contemporary Debates
Speaker(s): Dr. Jean Porter Date: October 20, 2004 Location: St. Marys Seminary Length: 110 mins Description: In this current presidential election year, we as a people must • Is there such a thing as the common good? If so, what • Can it be achieved? If so, how? • How does it relate to right public order and the rule of law? • What role do we play in discovering it and living it?
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4/7/2016 9:56:10 PM
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Daniel Cardinal DiNardo "St. Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles"
As part of the "St. Paul and Evangelization" Pauline Year Lecture Series, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, D.D., S.T.L. presents "St. Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles." His Eminence, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, currently serves as the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Texas, and in the College of Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church. Speaker(s): Daniel Cardinal DiNardo Date: April 1, 2009 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 105 mins
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4/12/2016 9:00:28 AM
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Documents of Vatican II Class # 13
Class #13 April 27, 2017
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4/27/2017 10:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class # 14
Class # 14 May 4, 2017
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Documents of Vatican II Class # 3
Class #3 Feb 2,1017
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2/2/2017 11:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class # 5
Class #5 2/16/17
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Documents of Vatican II Class #1
Fr. Donald S. Nesti CSSp, A native of Pennsylvania, was ordained to the priesthood in 1963. He earned a licentiate and a doctorate in theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He has served the Congregation of the Holy Ghost in many capacities. Fr. Nesti’s teaching assignments include Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA; the Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, OH; and currently the University of St. Thomas School of Theology, Houston, TX.
1/19/2017 11:30:00 PM
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Documents of Vatican II Class #4
Class #4 on 2/4/17
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Documents of Vatican II Class #7
Class #7 3/2/17
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Dr. Jean Porter's Discussion of the Common Good and Political Order with the Faith & Economics Dialo
Speaker(s): Dr. Jean Porter Date: October 21, 2004 Location: St. Mary’s Seminary Length: 117 mins Description: “Common Good and Political Order: Medieval Perspectives on Contemporary Debates,” In this current presidential election year, we as a people must • Is there such a thing as the common good? If so, what • Can it be achieved? If so, how? • How does it relate to right public order and the rule of law? • What role do we play in discovering it and living it?
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4/7/2016 11:50:01 PM
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Lowenstein Lecture Congregational Exchange Program
Mass in the Chapel of St. Basil, with Rabbi David Rosen speaking at the conclusion of Mass. A reception and dialogue in the Scanlan Room-Jerabeck Center, to follow Mass. This program is being made possible by the Lewis and Joan Lowenstein Foundation and is part of the Lowenstein Lectures of the Anti-Defamation League designed to promote Catholic-Jewish friendship and dialogue. Date: April 5, 2016 Location: Chapel of St. Basil & Scanlan Room Length: 89 mins
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1/12/2017 10:19:00 PM
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Lowenstein Post-Lecture Briefing
Rabbi Sandmel lectures and publishes widely on contemporary issues in Jewish-Christian relations, Jewish-Muslim relations, religion in contemporary society, and the foundations of Judaism and Christianity in antiquity. He contributed the commentary on First Thessalonians to the Jewish Annotated New Testament (Oxford University Press, 2011). He is the co-editor of Christianity in Jewish Terms (Westview, 2000), to which he has also contributed an essay. In addition, he is the lead editor of Irreconcilable Differences? A Learning Resource for Jews and Christians (Westview Press, 2001), a study and discussion guide that focuses on core theological issues on the boundary between Judaism and Christianity. Rabbi Sandmel is the founding rabbi of Congregation Bet Ha’am in Portland, Maine and also has served congregations in Cleveland and Chicago. From 2002-2014, he participated in the Catholic-Jewish Scholars Dialogue co-sponsored by the Jewish United Fund, the Chicago Board of Rabbis and the Archdiocese of Chicago, and served as its chair from 2011-2014. Speaker: Rabbi David Fox Sandmel Date: January 13, 2015 Location: Crooker Center Length: 65 mins
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6/16/2016 10:36:18 PM
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Navigating Close Relationships with Faith as Your Compass
The Center for Faith and Culture presents "Twitter! Twitter! Connecting and Loving in the Age of Me" The objective of the conference is to integrate the social, cultural, spiritual and psychological views of relationship, marriage and family in today’s society. The focus will be on self-awareness and the capacity for meaningful relationships regardless of state or vocation in life. Dr. Catherine E. Barber, Asst. Professor, Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sceinces at Baylor College of Medicine, discusses skills for navigating and nurturing relationships. Speaker(s): Dr. Catherine R. Barber Date: September 26, 2009 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 50 mins
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4/28/2016 8:51:27 PM
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New Peripheries for the Church
Following the announcement on February 11, 2013 that His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI would resign from the papacy, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, assisted the Vatican during a critical period in Church history. He continues his work on behalf of the Holy See Press Office with English language journalists. In this lecture, he will speak about the momentous transition in the Papacy one year ago, and how Pope Benedict's decision to resign and Pope Francis' boldness and courageous leadership have changed the Church in remarkable ways. Speakers: Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB Date: January 23, 2014 Location: Jones Hall Length: 44 mins
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1/23/2014 5:33:00 PM
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Parenting with the Heart of God the Father
The Center for Faith and Culture presents "Twitter! Twitter! Connecting and Loving in the Age of Me" The objective of the conference is to integrate the social, cultural, spiritual and psychological views of relationship, marriage and family in today’s society. The focus will be on self-awareness and the capacity for meaningful relationships regardless of state or vocation in life. Prachi Shah, MD is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Shah discusses a faith perspective on caring for others by exploring the child-parent relationship and engaging our experience as being parented. Speaker(s): Prachi Shah, MD Date: September 26, 2009 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 60 mins
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5/2/2016 11:34:32 PM
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Paul and the Rhetoric of Evangelism
As part of the "St. Paul and Evangelization" Pauline Year Lecture Series, Dr. Ben Witherington III explains the oral and rhetorical character of the world in which Paul lived, and indicates how Paul's use of the art of persuasion (rhetoric) was a key to his successful advancing of the cause of Christ from Jerusalem to Rome. Dr. Witherington is Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary and is on the doctoral faculty at St. Andrews University in Scotland. Speaker(s): Dr. Ben Witherington III Date: March 4, 2009 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 77 mins
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6/27/2016 5:36:30 PM
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Paul's Gospel: Transforming Lives, Transforming Cultures
As part of the "St. Paul and Evangelization" Pauline Year Lecture Series, Dr. David B. Capes explores Paul's understanding of the gospel - in other words, "what on earth is God up to!" The gospel involves ultimately the repair of the world and the redemption of the entire cosmos. Dr. Capes looks at the Christology of the gospel (the place of Jesus) and the Soteriology of the gospel (the metaphors for salvation), while reflecting on Paul's understanding of Ecclesiology (the role of the Church). Dr. Capes is a Professor in Christianity in the College of Arts and Sciences at Houston Baptist University. He is currently serving as the interim dean of the Honors College at HBU. Speaker(s): Dr. David B. Capes Date: March 25, 2009 Location: Nold Auditorium, St. Mary's Seminary Length: 91 mins
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4/12/2016 7:08:24 AM
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Present and Future of Christian-Muslim Relations
Father Thomas Michel speaks on the various aspects of inter-religious dialogue and the role they play in building humane and harmonious societies. The lecture is followed by a panel discussion and a question and answer session. Speaker(s): Fr. Thomas Michel Date: May 19, 2010 Location: Jones Length: 103 mins
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6/3/2016 1:03:00 AM
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Religious Freedom: Its Roots in Catholic Thought and its Place in Vatican Diplomacy
John. L. Allen Jr., senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter and senior Vatican analyst for CNN, gives the annual University of St. Thomas Center for Faith and Culture Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Lecture. The Second Vatican Council (1962-65) marked a sea change in Catholic thought with regard to religious freedom, although the theological roots of the idea go all the way back to Christ and his teaching of “render unto Caesar.” In recent decades religious freedom has emerged as the centerpiece of Vatican diplomacy, which, among other things, has bred a new and far more positive understanding of the United States and its role on the global stage. Today the most creative and passionate Christian reflection on religious freedom is emerging from the Middle East, where Christians are an embattled, and shrinking, minority, and where separation of religion and state amounts to a survival strategy. This lecture will sketch the past, present and future of the Catholic approach to religious liberty, both in theory and in concrete geopolitical situations. During the event, the UST Center for Faith and Culture also presented the Faithful Citizen Award to Joe Tortorice, President and CEO of Deli Management, Inc., which operates the Jason’s Deli restaurant chain. The “Award to a Faithful Citizen” is conferred upon persons who are led by the Holy Spirit, and who manifest the incarnate love of God for this world in their lives and actions as Catholics. Speaker(s): Fr. Donald Nesti, Charlie Balsam, Joe Tortorice, John L. Allen Jr. Date: October 4, 2011 Location: Jones Hall Length: 104 mins
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3/11/2016 4:07:30 AM
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Reviving a Hollow and Spiritually Toxic Culture: The Roots of Violence and the Gravitational Power of Crucified Love
Saint John Vianney Catholic Church and The Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Center for Faith & Culture at the University of St. Thomas proudly present the Archbisop Joseph A. Fiorenza Lecture. This year's lecture is titled "Reviving a Hollow and Spiritually Toxic Culture: The Roots of Violence and the Gravitational Power of Crucified Love." The lecture will be delivered by Dr. Gil Bailie, founder and president of the Cornerstone Forum, at Saint John Vianney Catholic Church.
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11/17/2016 7:40:52 PM
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Sacred Moments as a Vital Resource in Health Care
Speakers: Dr. Kenneth Pargament Date: April 18, 2013 Location: Dominican Sisters of Houston Length: 61 mins
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6/16/2016 3:02:48 AM
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Sharing the Good News Joyfully from Pope John XXII to Pope Francis
The symposium/lecture series was established in honor of the Most Reverend Joseph A. Fiorenza, Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston, who continues to be recognized as one who fosters ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue. This year Archbishop Fiorenza celebrates the 60th anniversary of his ordination, and the Center for Faith and Culture celebrates 20 years of service to the University of St. Thomas, the Church, and the local community. The lecture will focus on Sharing the Good News Joyfully: From Pope John XXIII to Pope Francis. Speaker: Rev. Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Date: November 05, 2014 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 72 mins
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4/28/2016 4:07:31 PM
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Spirituality of the Child
The Center for Faith and Culture at the University of St. Thomas presents the Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Lecture Series. This year's lecture series is titled "The Domestic Church and the Encounter with God." Speaker: Prachi Shah, MD Date: October 12, 2015 Location: St. Mary's Seminary - Nold Auditorium Length: 60 mins
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10/12/2015 4:02:00 PM
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Spirtuality of Child Development
The Center for Faith and Culture at the University of St. Thomas presents the Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Lecture Series. This year's lecture series is titled "The Domestic Church and the Encounter with God." Speaker: Prachi Shah, MD Date: October 12, 2015 Location: St. Mary's Seminary - Nold Auditorium Length: 60 mins
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6/21/2016 3:34:17 PM
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Teaching Christian Meditation to Children (Intro)
Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie designed and implemented a diocesan-wide Christian Meditation program for young people and their educators. THE FORUM ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING: • Why Teach Christian Meditation to Children and Young Adults; • Importance of Meditation as an Inclusive Form of Prayer Promoting Growth of the Whole Child; • “The Townsville Experience”: From Pilot Programs to Teacher Formation; • What Children, Teachers, and Parents Say About Meditation. The Forum is intended for teachers, parents, and all those involved in faith development of children and young adults from all denominations. Speakers: Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie Date: September 23, 2013 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center
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4/29/2016 9:15:21 AM
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Teaching Christian Meditation to Children (Part 1)
Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie designed and implemented a diocesan-wide Christian Meditation program for young people and their educators. THE FORUM ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING: • Why Teach Christian Meditation to Children and Young Adults; • Importance of Meditation as an Inclusive Form of Prayer Promoting Growth of the Whole Child; • “The Townsville Experience”: From Pilot Programs to Teacher Formation; • What Children, Teachers, and Parents Say About Meditation. The Forum is intended for teachers, parents, and all those involved in faith development of children and young adults from all denominations. Speakers: Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie Date: September 23, 2013 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center
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4/28/2016 3:06:58 PM
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Teaching Christian Meditation to Children (Part 2)
Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie designed and implemented a diocesan-wide Christian Meditation program for young people and their educators. THE FORUM ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING: • Why Teach Christian Meditation to Children and Young Adults; • Importance of Meditation as an Inclusive Form of Prayer Promoting Growth of the Whole Child; • “The Townsville Experience”: From Pilot Programs to Teacher Formation; • What Children, Teachers, and Parents Say About Meditation. The Forum is intended for teachers, parents, and all those involved in faith development of children and young adults from all denominations. Speakers: Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie Date: September 23, 2013 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center
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4/29/2016 9:37:58 AM
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Teaching Christian Meditation to Children (Part 4)
Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie designed and implemented a diocesan-wide Christian Meditation program for young people and their educators. THE FORUM ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING: • Why Teach Christian Meditation to Children and Young Adults; • Importance of Meditation as an Inclusive Form of Prayer Promoting Growth of the Whole Child; • “The Townsville Experience”: From Pilot Programs to Teacher Formation; • What Children, Teachers, and Parents Say About Meditation. The Forum is intended for teachers, parents, and all those involved in faith development of children and young adults from all denominations.
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1/12/2017 5:45:42 PM
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Teaching Christian Meditation to Children (Part 5)
Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie designed and implemented a diocesan-wide Christian Meditation program for young people and their educators. THE FORUM ADDRESSES THE FOLLOWING: • Why Teach Christian Meditation to Children and Young Adults; • Importance of Meditation as an Inclusive Form of Prayer Promoting Growth of the Whole Child; • “The Townsville Experience”: From Pilot Programs to Teacher Formation; • What Children, Teachers, and Parents Say About Meditation. The Forum is intended for teachers, parents, and all those involved in faith development of children and young adults from all denominations. Speakers: Dr. Cathy Day and Mr. Ernie Christie Date: September 23, 2013 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center
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4/29/2016 8:51:19 AM
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The Ethics of Special Education Leadership: Doing What is Right for the Student
2018
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4/19/2018 4:03:25 PM
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The Ethics of Special Education Leadership: Doing What is Right for the Student - 2018 Panel
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4/19/2018 4:29:04 PM
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The Holy Spirit and Evangelization in the Church Fathers
Underlying the great patristic texts on the Holy Spirit, whose purpose was to defend the full divinity of the Third Person of the Trinity, was a profound understanding of the Holy Spirit's work in the life of the Church. An expression in St. Basil the Great, meaning "Ancient Love", provides an important insight for the renewal of the Church divided and exhausted by theological controversy. "Apostolic" and "Spiritual" are concepts deeply intertwined. Speaker(s): Rev. Jeffrey Steenson, D.Oxon Date: April 7, 2010 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 76 mins
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6/21/2016 11:45:26 PM
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The Holy Spirit and Evangelization in the New Testament
All of the New Testament texts record and embody nascent churches' awareness that the nature of their vocation was to evangelize - to give witness to, to proclaim, and to hand on the Good News of the Mystery of God who is Love in the cultural contexts of the time. This lecture seeks to provide us with insight into the Gospels and letters as they reveal how the Church, under the lead of the Holy Spirit, lived its evangelizing mission boldly in truth and freedom. Fr. Thomas Rosica holds advanced degrees in Theology and Sacred Scripture from Toronto, Rome, and Jerusalem and has lectured on Sacred Scripture at universities in Canada from 1990 to present. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Salt + Light Catholic Television Network. He is also a member of the General Council of the Congregation of Priests of St. Basil (Basilian Fathers) and a member of the Board of Directors at the University of St. Thomas. Speaker(s): Rev. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B. Date: April 14, 2010 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 87 mins
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1/12/2017 6:01:16 PM
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The Holy Spirit, Vatican II and Evangelization
Speaker(s): Rev. C.J.T. Talar Date: April 21, 2010 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 107 mins
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6/22/2016 6:05:28 PM
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The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue (Part 1 of 9)
Part 1 of 9 - Introduction 6th Annual Seminar on Spirituality - "The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue" Everywhere we turn we hear about stimulus packages with our focus on financial redevelopment...what about our Christian calling to stimulate our culture through renewed relationships of love, respect, compassion, and justice? This seminar will look at the Biblical foundation that calls for participation in society through dialogue, the examples of Jesus in dialogue, and some of the necessary skills to be true to this aspect of our vocation. Speaker(s): Rev. Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Date: June 8, 2009 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 73 mins
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5/4/2016 11:23:50 PM
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The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue (Part 2 of 9)
Part 2 of 9 - Exercise 6th Annual Seminar on Spirituality - "The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue" Everywhere we turn we hear about stimulus packages with our focus on financial redevelopment...what about our Christian calling to stimulate our culture through renewed relationships of love, respect, compassion, and justice? This seminar will look at the Biblical foundation that calls for participation in society through dialogue, the examples of Jesus in dialogue, and some of the necessary skills to be true to this aspect of our vocation. Speaker(s): Rev. Donald S. Nesti, CSSp; Ms. Maureen N. Bacchi, LMSW Date: June 8, 2009 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 55 mins
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The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue (Part 5 of 9)
Part 5 of 9 - A Democratic Republican Voice and Participation 6th Annual Seminar on Spirituality - "The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue" Everywhere we turn we hear about stimulus packages with our focus on financial redevelopment...what about our Christian calling to stimulate our culture through renewed relationships of love, respect, compassion, and justice? This seminar will look at the Biblical foundation that calls for participation in society through dialogue, the examples of Jesus in dialogue, and some of the necessary skills to be true to this aspect of our vocation. Speaker(s): Rev. Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Date: June 9, 2009 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 73 mins
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5/5/2016 3:37:32 AM
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The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue (Part 7 of 9)
Part 7 of 9 -Spirituality of Flower Arrangement 6th Annual Seminar on Spirituality - "The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue" Everywhere we turn we hear about stimulus packages with our focus on financial redevelopment...what about our Christian calling to stimulate our culture through renewed relationships of love, respect, compassion, and justice? This seminar will look at the Biblical foundation that calls for participation in society through dialogue, the examples of Jesus in dialogue, and some of the necessary skills to be true to this aspect of our vocation. Speaker(s): Rev. Binh The Quach, CSSp., Ph.D. Date: June 10, 2009 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 9 mins
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5/9/2016 7:53:55 PM
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The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue (Part 8 of 9)
Part 8 of 9 - Exercise: Dialogue Process 6th Annual Seminar on Spirituality - "The Spiritual Discipline of Dialogue" Everywhere we turn we hear about stimulus packages with our focus on financial redevelopment...what about our Christian calling to stimulate our culture through renewed relationships of love, respect, compassion, and justice? This seminar will look at the Biblical foundation that calls for participation in society through dialogue, the examples of Jesus in dialogue, and some of the necessary skills to be true to this aspect of our vocation. Speaker(s): Ms. Maureen N. Bacchi, LMSW Date: June 10, 2009 Location: St. Mary's Seminary Length: 63 mins
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5/9/2016 9:05:25 PM
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Understanding and Interpreting Vatican II and the Promotion of Dialogue
Beginning with John O’Malley’s analysis of Vatican II, we will explore the stated goals of Pope John XXIII, how Paul VI adopted and embellished those goals, how the Secretariat for Christian Unity promoted these goals in its work, producing three decrees on ecumenism, interreligious dialogue, and religious liberty and contributing to the outcome of the decree on revelation, noting particularly the change in Catholic-Jewish and Catholic-Muslim relations with the council and how these have unfolded, and how we view relations from our perspective fifty years later, drawing some conclusions and looking at what remains to be done. Dr. John Borelli is the Special Assistant for Interreligious Initiatives to President John J. DeGioia of Georgetown University. He works on several university projects related to Catholic identity and the university’s Jesuit heritage and teaches courses on dialogue and comparative theology. In addition, Borelli serves as national coordinator for interreligious dialogue for the U.S. Jesuit Conference. Speaker: Dr. John Borelli Date: October 3, 2012 Location: Jones Hall Length: 100 mins
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5/26/2016 1:50:42 PM
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