STARTS: Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 3:00 PM ENDS: Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 5:00 PM
5416 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago (see map)
2nd Floor, Academic and Conference Center
'A Day Without Vatican II: Why the Council Still Matters After 50 Years'
Complimentary parking available in the CTU garage
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Servant of God, Fr. Augustus Tolton, was an exemplary model of leadership, holiness, and dedication. His spirit of service and sacrifice, emanating from a deep faith in Jesus Christ, is reflected in the Augustus Tolton Pastoral Ministry Program at Catholic Theological Union (CTU).
Maturing in Ministry: The First Years is a unique opportunity for men religious graduates of CTU to return and share the trials and triumphs of ministry. The cost of this three-day series is $595, which includes housing and meals.
Open to participants from any faith or philosophical background, Abraham’s Children is a graduate theological seminar designed to introduce some of the basic elements of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faith traditions through the lens and dynamic of interreligious relations and understanding.
Father Augustus Tolton's cause for sainthood has been introduced in the Archdiocese of Chicago. The son of slaves, Fr. Tolton was the first American diocesan priest of African descent. This video documents the life of Fr. Tolton and the growing support and excitement over his possible canonization.
Prayer for the Canonization of Father Augustus Tolton
STARTS: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 5:00 PM ENDS: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 7:00 PM
5416 S. Cornell Ave. Chicago, IL 60615 (see map)
Join us for (Re)Callecting Our Past: Toward a Genealogy of Mestizaje, a lecture by Dr. Néstor Medina.
Dr. Néstor Medina is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent University School of Divinity. He is also the author of Mestizaje: (Re)Mapping "Race," Culture, and Faith in Latina/o Catholicism, winner of the 2012 Hispanic Theological Initiative Book Prize.
This event is sponsored by Hispanic Theology and Ministry Program, Oscar Romero Scholars Program, and OLA. Free and open to the public.