Latin American liberation theology has gone through several stages over the past 50 years, from its initial articulation in the 60s and 70s, to a critical backlash in the 80s, to a proliferation of new voices and concerns in the 90s, and now, to what many see as a tacit acceptance by Pope Francis. How should we make sense of liberation theology today? What is its legacy, and how can people of faith continue to engage it in the next 50 years?
Speaker: Cláudio Carvalhaes, McCormick Theological Seminary
Moderator: Chris Tirres, DePaul University
In keeping with the Mexican and Mexican American Catholic prayer tradition of el novenario, CTU will remember Virgilio Elizondo on the ninth day since his passing. You are welcome to join us for prayer at 11:30 am in the Atrium on Wednesday March 23, 2016. Gracias. CTU Hispanic Theology and Ministry Program (HTMP) and the Oscar Romero Scholars Program
Please join the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago for an advanced screening of one episode of National Geographic's six part series "The Story of God," at CTU on Wednesday, March 30 at 7pm. Doors open at 6:30.
"A House of Prayer para Todos los Pueblos:" Tony Alonso in Concert
Tony Alonso is a composer and theologian whose work responds to the diverse needs of the contemporary church. A Cuban-American Roman Catholic, his compositions embrace intercultural musical expressions and reflect a commitment to strong ritual song. Tony’s music appears in compilations and hymnals across Christian denominations throughout the world. In 2015, he composed the responsorial psalm for the first Mass Pope Francis celebrated in the United States.