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2018 Diocesan Courses

Spanish 101 for your Workplace

Today in the U.S.A., 60% of Catholic youth are of Latino/Hispanic descent and 85% of Catholic leaders are of Anglo/Caucasian descnet. the goal of this course is to provide assistance for this cultural gap.

REGISTER NOW to learn basic level Spanish for the common conversations held within parish offices, including religious education and youth ministry. It will also help in any Catholic setting, including apostolates, classrooms, not-for-profit organizations, and any aspect of Diocesan ministries.

This course will run 15 weeks, every Tuesday morning from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., February 20th through June 5th. You will be able to Skype in and, once registered, a Skype meeting link will be sent to your email. If you live nearby, you may also attend in person and meet the instructor.

See the Spanish 101 course flyer for more details or register at  http://bit.ly/spanish-101-workplace.

 

 

2018 - 2019 Academic Courses



Spring 2018

The Ecclesial Nature and Mission of Theology- ICSF 519 (FUS- THE 519): This background course introduces the student to the graduate study of sacred theology by examining the nature and mission of theology as an ecclesial vocation, in light of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith’s 1990 document, “Instruction on the Ecclesial Vocation of the Theologian” (Donum Veritatis). The nature of theology is examined as a “science” in the classical sense, that is, an intellectual habit in which certitude is available through rational reflection, in the light of faith, on divine revelation. The student will be formed in the fundamental dispositions and tools requisite to the responsible and academic pursuit of graduate theological studies. See the course flyer for more details.

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