CTU has attracted a number of distinguished national centers and programs. There are three programs/centers that are sponsored by CTU – the Bernardin Center for Theology and Ministry, the Hesburgh Sabbatical Program, and the Institute of Religious Formation. They add to the richness of the CTU community. In addition, the CTU campus is home to the following independent centers: the Institute for Spiritual Leadership, National Coalition for Church Vocations, National Religious Vocation Conference, and the Religious Brothers Conference.
Please join us for the Historical and Doctrinal Studies Lecture titled "Christianity and the Political Order." The lecture is presented by Kenneth Himes, OFM, who is the Associate Professor of Theology in Boston College.
STARTS: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 6:00 PM ENDS: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 8:00 PM
5416 S. Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60616 (see map)
Mary-Frances and Bill Veeck Art Gallery, 4th floor
Please join us for an art gallery opening to celebrate Tolton Week, a series of outstanding events at Catholic Theological Union, culminating in the exciting Harambee! event on March 7th, 2015. Please click here for the full Tolton Week schedule.
Center for the Study of Consecrated Life
Catholic Theological Union
5401 S Cornell Ave.
Chicago, IL 60615 email@example.com
Resources from the Center
Two courses will be taught each year at CTU — one that is general in focus and one on a specific topic in
• On campus, fall 2014: The Global Call of Religious Life
• Online, spring 2015: Spirituality of Religious Life (S5011-1)
Religious communities are a vital presence in today’s global Church. With new forms of consecrated life also emerging, there is a compelling need for a Center where the theology, spirituality, and history of religious life can be studied, and where collaboration, dialogue, and creativity will yield valuable resources for religious communities worldwide.