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Advertising and Our Sense of Self
Speaker(s): Dr. Randall Smith Date: February 27th, 2008 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 85 mins Description: For 19 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. Started by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore and the UST Theology Department, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic will explore various aspects of the complex relationship between the Catholic Church and the communications media.
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10/12/2016 8:59:37 PM
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Americans on the Road to Sainthood: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Speaker(s): Dr. Louis and Mrs. Alice Varela Date: March 23, 2011 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 29 mins
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6/13/2016 3:08:01 PM
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Americans on the Road to Sainthood: Blessed Mother Marianne Cope
Speaker(s): Lorene Payne, SFO Date: April 13, 2011 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 30 mins
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6/13/2016 4:07:52 PM
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Americans on the Road to Sainthood: Eusebio Kino
Speaker(s): Fr. Anthony Borrow, SJ Date: April 6, 2011 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 42 mins
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6/13/2016 3:08:14 PM
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Americans on the Road to Sainthood: Miguel Pro
Speaker(s): Pepe Ruiz, SJ Date: April 6, 2011 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 33 mins
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6/13/2016 4:39:54 PM
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Are There Any Who are Sick Among You?
Speaker(s): Dr. William Kelly Date: February 28th, 2007 Location: Scanlan Length: 74 mins Description: Fr. William Kelly, UST professor of theology. For 18 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of Saint Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic, Anointing of the Sick, approaches a keener understanding of suffering as unfolding within the scriptures as likewise the tradition of the Church. It is vital that members of the faith search for a deeper grasp of this universal experience of suffering, as well as the ministry to the suffering provided through Christ’s body, the Church, and grow in appreciation of this sacrament.
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10/20/2016 9:25:39 PM
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Augustine, Liturgy, and the Word
St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is one of the greatest figures in Western Christian theology. His vast writings have been the object of thoughtful reflections and thorough investigations throughout every century since his death. This lecture will explore St. Augustine’s theology of divine inspiration, particularly as it relates to his understanding of the Word of God in the liturgy. Of interest here is how the liturgy provides him with the one context in which the biblical writings can be experienced and understood under the same inspiration in which they were written. Augustine thus offers us a beautiful depiction of how the liturgy provides the necessary occasion for the Holy Spirit’s work in believers to make the Word of God come alive. Speaker(s): Dr. Christopher Evans Date: March 3, 2010 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 53 mins
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10/21/2016 6:52:33 PM
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Augustine's Three Goods of Marriage Versus Today's Attacks on Marriage
Speaker(s): Fr. Walter Werbylo, CSB Date: March 2nd, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 74 mins Description: For 16 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at UST started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore. The series covers a range of topics important to Catholic life. Central to this year's topic is an enriched understanding of the many facets of Christian love, both within and beyond family life. Fr Walter Werbylo, assistant professor of theology, provides an interesting lecture on the topic of the Sacrament of Matrimony.
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4/8/2016 4:42:32 PM
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Baptism within the Thought of Pope Benedict XVI
Speaker(s): Fr. Stephen Penna Date: March 8th, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 77 mins Description: Fr. Stephen Penna of the Diocese of Saskatoon, Canada received a licentiate in Dogmatic Theology from Rome’s Gregorian University and a Doctorate in Religious Studies from Yale University. He serves as assistant professor of Theology and Religious Education at St. Joseph’s College at the University of Alberta. He will be discussing the sacrament of baptism from the pope’s point of view.
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10/25/2016 3:20:57 PM
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Can Non-Catholics Be Saved?
Speaker(s): Dr. Paul Hahn Date: March 29th, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 74 mins Description: Dr. Paul Hahn pursues the development of the Church's teaching on salvation outside the Church
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1/12/2017 8:53:40 PM
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Clement of Rome and Ignatius of Antioch as They Viewed the Ministerial Priesthood
Speaker(s): Fr. William Kelly Date: March 17th, 2004 Location: Scanlan, Jerabeck Length: 77 mins Description: “The Catholic Church bases the authority of the ordained clergy to act in God’s name on the apostolic succession of the hierarchy,” said Fr. Kelly. “This in turn is seen as being the result of Jesus himself who selected and authorized men to continue His work throughout time. The writings of St. Clement of Rome and St. Ignatius of Antioch demonstrate how this theology developed in the first generations of the Church.”
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10/21/2016 6:50:58 PM
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Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy
For 24 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. The series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year's theme, "Vatican II: Yesterday and Today," is important to an enrichment of understanding the many facets of the Catholic faith. It is hoped that members of the community will avail themselves to this opportunity for personal growth in the building of the Lord's Kingdom. Speaker: Daniel Cardinal DiNardo Date: February 20, 2013 Location: Jones Hall Length: 52 mins
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5/9/2016 8:08:10 PM
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Facing East: A Litrugical Practice That Needs Revisiting?
Pope Benedict XVI points out that Christians find Christ in the symbol of the rising sun. Praying toward the east means that we go to meet the coming Christ. The liturgy, turned toward the east, effects entry in procession toward the New Heaven and the New Earth. It is the prayer of the pilgrim in hope. Some may question what a common turning toward the east would do to that which has so often been emphasized since Vatican II, that is, active participation, yet does active participation necessarily mean something external? What is the essential core of common worship? How might turning toward the east influence this core? This presentation is meant to provide a balanced evaluation of liturgical worship in light of enriching practice today. Speaker(s): Sr. Madeline Grace, CVI Date: February 24, 2010 Location: Scanlan Length: 54 mins
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6/1/2016 1:33:46 AM
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Foundress of the Catholic Worker Movement: Dorothy Day
Mark and Louise Zwick present the second Lenten Lecture in the series about "Americans on the Road to Sainthood" Speaker(s): Mark & Louise Zwick Date: March 16, 2011 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 52 mins
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6/13/2016 3:36:34 PM
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Healing Wisely - The Role of Informed Consent
Speaker(s): Dr. Jean Kitchel Date: March 13th, 2007 Location: Jones Length: 60 mins Description: Dr. Jean Kitchel, UST professor of philosophy. For 18 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of Saint Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic, Anointing of the Sick, approaches a keener understanding of suffering as unfolding within the scriptures as likewise the tradition of the Church. It is vital that members of the faith search for a deeper grasp of this universal experience of suffering, as well as the ministry to the suffering provided through Christ’s body, the Church, and grow in appreciation of this sacrament.
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10/20/2016 8:55:29 PM
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How Lovely Is Your Dwelling Place, Lord, God of Hosts.
Speaker(s): Msgr. James Anderson & Mark McNeil Date: April 5th, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 70 mins Description: Msgr. James Anderson and Professor Mark McNeil reflect on their Journeys into the Catholic Church.
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10/25/2016 3:10:15 PM
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Internet Safety, Morality and Social Networking
Speaker(s): Fr. John Huber Date: March 5th, 2008 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 83 mins Description: For 19 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. Started by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore and the UST Theology Department, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic will explore various aspects of the complex relationship between the Catholic Church and the communications media.
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10/12/2016 9:05:21 PM
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Introduction to the Sixth Lenten Lecture
Speaker(s): Sr. Madeleine Grace, CVI Date: March 16th, 2005 Location: Jones Hall Length: 5 mins Description: Sr. Grace introduces Fr. Pilsner, CSB and Mr. Nick Lopez Jr. MA, LPC, who will be the speakers for the Sixth Lenten Lecture.
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10/25/2016 3:05:10 PM
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John Paul II on the Task of the ‘Enrichment of Faith’ in Light of Vatican II
For 24 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. The series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year's theme, "Vatican II: Yesterday and Today," is important to an enrichment of understanding the many facets of the Catholic faith. It is hoped that members of the community will avail themselves to this opportunity for personal growth in the building of the Lord's Kingdom. Speaker: Dr. John Hittinger Date: February 27, 2013 Location: Jones Hall Length: 74 mins
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6/15/2016 9:16:01 PM
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Lenten Lecture Series: "Marriage in the Old Testament"
Speaker(s): Dr. Paul Hahn Date: Feb. 9th, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 90 mins Description: For 16 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at UST started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore. The series covers a range of topics important to Catholic life. Central to this year's topic is an enriched understanding of the many facets of Christian love, both within and beyond family life. The first lecture of the series is, "Marriage in the Old Testament" and will be given by Dr. Paul Hahn.
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10/25/2016 2:51:47 PM
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Lenten Lecture Series: The Journey Home
Speaker(s): Fr. James Moore Date: March 10th, 2004 Location: Ahern Rm, Crooker Length: 76 mins Description: Fr. James Moore is a Professor at History at North Harris County College and the author of two volumes pertaining to the history of the Roman Catholic Church in Texas. Fr. Moore serves as the current Pastor of Our lady of Washington Parish. He will share in his presentation his journey from Anglicanism to the Roman Catholic priesthood.
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10/25/2016 2:51:35 PM
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Marriage in the New Testament
Speaker(s): Fr. William T. Kelly Date: February 23rd, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 66 mins Description: For 16 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at UST started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore. The series covers a range of topics important to Catholic life. Central to this year's topic is an enriched understanding of the many facets of Christian love, both within and beyond family life. In, this, the third lecture of the series Fr. William Kelly tells us what the New Testament says about the Holy Sacrament of Marriage.
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10/25/2016 2:51:40 PM
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Marriage is a Wonderful Sacrament
Speaker(s): Dr. Alice von Hilderbrand Date: February 20th, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 73 mins Description: For 16 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at UST started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze. The series is proud to present a lecture with Dr. Alice von Hildebrand, a widely and internationally known Catholic lecturer in the area of marriage and the family.
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6/13/2016 2:57:36 PM
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Matrimony Meets the Experts: Q&A Session
Speaker(s): Fr. Joseph Pilsner, Mr. Nick Lopez Date: March 16th, 2005 Location: Jones Hall Length: 12 mins Description: Q&A session for the last Lenten Lecture of 2005.
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1/12/2017 8:50:43 PM
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Missionaries of the Wider World: Fr. Walter Ciszek, SJ
Speaker(s): Carlos Esparza, SJ Date: April 13, 2011 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 35 mins
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6/13/2016 3:50:46 PM
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On Death and Dying
Speaker(s): Dr. Marcella Colbert Date: March 21st, 2007 Location: Jones Length: 60 mins Description: For 18 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of Saint Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic, Anointing of the Sick, approaches a keener understanding of suffering as unfolding within the scriptures as likewise the tradition of the Church. It is vital that members of the faith search for a deeper grasp of this universal experience of suffering, as well as the ministry to the suffering provided through Christ’s body, the Church, and grow in appreciation of this sacrament.
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10/20/2016 8:55:21 PM
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Papyrus & Parchment
Speaker(s): Dr. Paul Hahn Date: February 13th, 2008 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 82 mins Description: Dr. Hahn explores the developing technologies which led up to the Writing of the Bible.
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10/20/2016 9:07:37 PM
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Sickness and Healing in the Old and New Testaments
Speaker(s): Dr. Paul Hahn Date: February 21st, 2007 Location: Scanlan Length: 92 mins Description: Dr. Paul Hahn, UST professor of theology. For 18 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of Saint Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic, Anointing of the Sick, approaches a keener understanding of suffering as unfolding within the scriptures as likewise the tradition of the Church. It is vital that members of the faith search for a deeper grasp of this universal experience of suffering, as well as the ministry to the suffering provided through Christ’s body, the Church, and grow in appreciation of this sacrament.
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10/20/2016 9:04:06 PM
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Speaker(s): Fr. Joseph Pilsner, Mr. Nick Lopez Date: March 16th, 2005 Location: Jones Hall Length: 12 mins Description: Q&A session for the last Lenten Lecture of 2005.
Matrimony Meets the Experts: Q&A Session
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10/25/2016 3:06:52 PM
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The "Original" Meaning of Marriage According to John Paul II
Speaker(s): Sr. Paula Jean Miller, FSE Date: March 9th, 2005 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 83 mins Description: For 16 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at UST started and co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore. The series covers a range of topics important to Catholic life. Central to this year's topic is an enriched understanding of the many facets of Christian love, both within and beyond family life. Sr. Paula J. Miller's lecture teaches us about the message that John Paul II gave to the world about the Sacrament of Matrimony.
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10/25/2016 3:07:44 PM
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The Development of the Divine Office
Dr. Paul Hahn, Chair of the Theology Department at the University of St. Thomas, discusses what the praying the Hours might mean for us today. The early Church did not just worship its Lord through the sacraments; it also developed a system of daily prayers. These became known as the "Divine Office" or the "Liturgy of the Hours." From its roots in Judaism to its enlargement under the Benedictines and its compilation as the medieval "breviary," this system of prayers was been integral to the liturgy of the Church. Most recently, the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s mandated a revision of the Divine Office and urged greater participation in it by the laity. Speaker(s): Dr. Paul Hahn Date: March 10, 2010 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 87 mins
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6/1/2016 6:08:31 PM
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The Eastern Rites
This is the fifth 2010 Lenten Lecture in the series: "The Liturgy of the Catholic Church: Selected Topics." Can you breathe with both lungs? Our liturgical heritage is greater than Roman Catholic. Not only are there Eastern rites, 22 different juridical entities which are in union with Rome, not to mention all the various Orthodox Churches, but there are two Non-Roman western rites, Ambrosian (Milan) and Mozarabic (Spain) which are celebrated. These rites have not only a richness of ritual but also of theology and spirituality which should help our own Roman Catholicism. Come for an overview of these rites. Speaker(s): Fr. Leon Strieder Date: March 17, 2010 Location: Scanlan Room, Jerabeck Center Length: 56 mins
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6/22/2016 1:32:08 AM
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The Gifts of the Holy Spirit within the Sacrament of Baptism
Speaker(s): Fr. Daniel Callam, CSB Date: March 1, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 42 mins Description: For 17 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore and hosted by UST's theology department, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year's topic, "The Sacrament of Baptism" is central to an enrichment in understanding the many facets of the Catholic faith.
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10/25/2016 3:11:41 PM
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The Indomitable Bishop Fulton Sheen—‘America’s Bishop’
Speaker(s): Sr. Madeleine Grace Date: February 20th, 2008 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 74 mins Description: For 19 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. Started by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore and the UST Theology Department, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year’s topic will explore various aspects of the complex relationship between the Catholic Church and the communications media.
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10/12/2016 8:21:41 PM
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The Royal Priesthood of All the Lay Faithful
Speaker(s): Sr. Paula Jean Miller, FSE Date: March 31th, 2004 Location: Scanlan, Jerabeck Length: 65 mins Description: The 2004 Lenten Lecture Series, Sacrament of Holy Orders, presents Sr. Paula Jean Miller, FSE, speaking on "The Royal Priesthood of All the Lay Faithful" on March 31 at 7:30 p.m. in Scanlan, Jerabeck Center. The lecture, free and open to the public, is co-sponsored by Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore. The series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life.
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10/7/2016 6:53:06 PM
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The Theology and Ritual of Baptism among Non-Catholic Fellow Christians
Speaker(s): Sr. Madeleine Grace, CVI Date: April 5th, 2006 Location: Jones Hall Length: 73 mins Description: For 17 years, Wednesdays in Lent have been highlighted by a series of lectures at the University of St. Thomas. Started and co-sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Hotze of Veritas Catholic Bookstore and hosted by UST's theology department, the series has covered a wide range of topics important to Catholic life. This year's topic, "The Sacrament of Baptism" is central to an enrichment in understanding the many facets of the Catholic faith.
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10/25/2016 3:40:43 PM
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What Does It Take? The Canonization Process in the Catholic Church
Sr. Madeleine Grace, CVI presents the first Lenten Lecture in the series "Americans on the Road to Sainthood". Speaker(s): Sr. Madeline Grace, CVI Date: March 9, 2011 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 72 mins
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6/1/2016 1:20:27 AM
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Words Made Flesh & Flesh Made Words
Speaker(s): Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB Date: February 6th, 2008 Location: Cullen Hall Length: 74 mins Description: From Thomas Rosica is the CEO of the Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation which operates Salt and Light Television. He has also been the organizer of the 2002 World Youth Day in Toronto. In this lecture he demonstrates the movement the Church towards a Spirituality of Communications.
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10/20/2016 9:48:01 PM
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