STARTS: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 4:00 PM ENDS: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 5:30 PM
5416 S. Cornell Ave. Chicago, IL 60615 (see map)
Room 210 B and C
Join us for the Augustus Tolton Lecture, Perseverance in the Parish: An Examination
of Religious Attitudes Through A Black Catholic Lens. Given by DePaul Provost Don Pope Davis, PhD, and Dr. Darren Davis, PhD,
Professor of Political Science at Notre Dame University.
STARTS: Monday, February 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM ENDS: Monday, February 17, 2014 at 6:00 PM
5416 S. Cornell Ave, Chicago, IL 60660 (see map)
2nd floor, room 210
More than any other issue in modern Jewish-Christian relations, the state of Israel has provoked intense disagreements. These reflect not just political differences but often profoundly different theologies of the land of Israel and the biblical promises. Dr. Gregerman will explore, from the Jewish perspective, the tensions between contemporary Christians’ broadly positive reappraisals of Judaism and more controversial Christian views of the state of Israel and biblical texts on land and covenant.
Complimentary parking available in the CTU garage.
Professor Mark Nanos of the University of Kansas will provide a lecture titled "Translating Paul in the Light of NOSTRA AETATE." Mark D. Nanos (Ph.D. University of St. Andrews), is a Jewish scholar who specializes on reading the Apostle Paul from within Judaism, an approach that offers new ways to conceptualize Paul’s teaching and communities as well as the potential for more promising Christian-Jewish relations. Many papers and reviews are available at his web site: www.marknanos.com.
Please join us for a the 4th annual Duns Scotus lecture, celebrating Franciscan Brother-Sisterhood and its contribution to Catholic Theological Union, the wider
church, and interfaith dialogue. We are honored to welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, writer and author Paul Moses. Currently professor of English at
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Prof.Moses enjoyed a distinguished career in journalism before returning to the classroom. He served
STARTS: Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 4:45 PM ENDS: Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 7:00 PM
5416 S. Cornell Ave (see map)
Academic & Conference Center, Room 204
Women in Ministry is open to any interested women students, staff, faculty, and alumni. The group meets several times each semester for a simple supper, reflection on the Scriptures, and faith sharing from the particular context of challenges facing women in ministry today.
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