Professor Cherif Bassiouni, one of the country’s foremost experts on the political and social context of the Middle East, will provide a briefing on the context and significance of the dramatic and unprecedented events that have been taking place the past few months in this key region of the world. Professor Bassiouni is a distinguished Professor Emeritus of Law at DePaul University and has been enlisted by our government and the United Nations to take on a number of sensitive and important missions in that part of the world.
STARTS: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 5:30 PM ENDS: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 8:30 PM
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Co-Chairs, H. Patrick Hackett, Jr. and Christopher G. Kennedy, along with honorary chairs, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., The Honorable Richard M. and Maggie Daley, and the Trustees of Catholic Theological Union invite you to attend the Blessed Are the Peacemakers, a dinner honoring Monsignor Kenneth Velo. For more information about the honoree, see the full story on our site.
Join us on Sunday, February 27, at 3:00 p.m. for “Franciscan Spirituality: Contributions of the Franciscans to the Life of the Church,” a lecture by Most Rev. Dennis Corriveau, O.F.M. Cap., Bishop of Nelson, BC. The presentation will be followed by Sunday Eucharist and a reception.
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Dimitri Sala, OFM
Dimitri Sala O.F.M. (M.Div. 1984) is glad to announce that his book, The Stained Glass Curtain, is now published in Spanish (La Cortina de Vitrales). The work explores the foundation for relationship between Catholics and Evangelicals. It is available from Creation House (or Casa Creación) Publishers. For more information, visit http://www.thestainedglasscurtain.com/.
Paul Bittorf, MDiv 2010, was recently awarded a Life Services Network award from Presence Health for his chaplaincy work.
David G. Caron, OP, DMin 1998, has been appointed President of Aquinas Institute of Theology. David is a Dominican of the Province of St. Martin de Porres, where he most recently served as Assistant to the Provincial. Prior to that, the taught at Aquinas Institute of Theology, St. Louis University and Barry University in Miami, FL, where he also directed the Center for Dominican Studies.
All CTU graduates are invited to join the Alumnae/i Association. A great way of staying connected to CTU and furthering your educational and ministerial development, the benefits include:
Every autumn Catholic Theological Union publishes its annual report. What follows is an excerpt from the President's Message. To view the Annual Report 2012-13 in its entirety, click here.
President's Message (excerpted)
My new ministry as president of CTU began on July 1, 2013, and I keep coming back to the musical phrase: “There’s a presence in this place.”