There is much more to being a student at Catholic Theological Union than the classes, readings, and papers typically associated with graduate work. CTU is a place where students from all walks of life and corners of the globe come together and build a faith community that reflects the diverse face of the Catholic Church today. From the beginning, CTU has also been dedicated to ecumenical and interreligious dialogue and welcomes students from the Jewish, Muslim, and other Christian traditions.
Join us on Friday, November 15, as CTU hosts an interactive videoconference featuring the 6th biennial conference of Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA)—in collaboration with Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church (CTEWC)—which will be taking place in Bangalore, India.
CTU is a place where students from all walks of life and corners of the globe come together and build a faith community that reflects the diverse face of the Catholic Church today. From the beginning, CTU has also been dedicated to ecumenical and interreligious dialogue and welcomes students from the Jewish, Muslim, and other Christian traditions.
STARTS: Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 1:00 PM ENDS: Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 4:00 PM
Washington Park - 5200 S Hyde Park Blvd, Chicago, IL 60615 (see map)
Come play soccer or spectate for a good cause! Each year, CTU students organize the Haiti Cup in order to raise funds and support Haiti. Each player is asked to donate $5. Other donations are welcomed. All the money will go toward helping Haiti through JUST HAITI, Inc., through board member Kathy McGourty, 2010 CTU graduate.
We will need your team’s name, numbers of players, and contact person’s email AND phone number.
If you're not playing, come down and cheer! Let's show some CTU spirit.
STARTS: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 3:00 PM ENDS: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 4:00 PM
Catholic Theological Union 5416 S. Cornell Ave. Chicago, IL 60615 (see map)
Please join us for the screening of A Question of Habit, a documentary that examines the wide variety of visual images of Catholic nuns and sisters used in contemporary U.S. culture. Over 30 women religious, cultural critics, historians and artists were interviewed including: Sr. Helen Prejean (Dead Man Walking), Tom Fontana (Oz, Homicide), Robert Orsi (Madonna of 115th Street). The film is narrated by Susan Sarandon.
The Student Representative Council welcomes the CTU community to come together to share our cultures through cuisine, song, and story. Bring a favorite traditional dish to share the flavor of your heritage (enough for 10-20 serving would be great).
Tell us a story or sing a beloved song -- bless our ears with the sounds of your home place. Food and entertainment contributions are welcomed and encouraged.