Course Schedule

New Year

History Of The Church: Telling Our Stories

History Of The Church: Telling Our Stories

Church history tells the stories that are woven into the fiber of the church as people of God and as institution. The church’s beliefs, practices, and relationships have been formed by believers of every generation as they endeavored to live lives of faith in their own time and place. In this course we explore the people and events that shaped culture and society as well as the church across the centuries. We look at both the epoch forming events as well as the people behind them.

( 7 Weeks | $60 )

Jan 6 - Feb 23, 2021

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New Testament Visions Of Faith

New Testament Visions Of Faith

What does it mean to live a life of faith? How can we be faithful followers of Jesus today? Guided by Thomas Stegman S.J.’s book Opening the Door of Faith, this course explores a rich Scriptural understanding of faith and discipleship by exploring Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Paul. To help us engage with the Scriptural texts, each week there is video commentary by a guest scholar.

( 6 Weeks | $60 )

Jan 13 - Feb 23, 2021

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The Creed: What We Believe

The Creed: What We Believe

More than a statement of belief, learn how the Creed is a prayer, a revelation, a way of life, and the shared identity of the Christian community. Using the Apostles Creed as its outline, but referring also to the Nicene Creed and to Scripture, this course offers a fresh exploration of who God is and what it means to believe for lived faith.behind them.

( 5 Weeks | $60 )

Jan 13 - Feb 16, 2021

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Catholic Social Teaching: Living Faith In Our Social Context

Catholic Social Teaching: Living Faith In Our Social Context

Have you ever heard a breaking news story and wondered, “What has faith got to do with it?” Perhaps you have thought “That’s not right,” but then the moral aspect of the event fades into the background. This course draws attention to key themes of Catholic Social Teaching, e.g., human dignity, human rights, common good. It provides an opportunity to discuss issues such as a just wage and a just war. Guided by 101 Questions and Answers on Catholic Social Teaching by Fr. Ken Himes, O.F.M., see how our call to live lives of faith in a social context is deeply rooted in the Catholic Tradition.

( 5 Weeks | $60 )

Jan 27 - Mar 2, 2021

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Grace And Commitment: The Laity

Grace And Commitment: The Laity

This course provides guided discussion on the laity’s roles in the mission of the Church. Discussion is based on the Fall 2010 issue of C21 Resources, a publication of Boston College’s Church in the 21st Century Center. This issue, “The Vocations of the Laity,” edited by Dr. Edward P. Hahnenberg, contains fourteen short, informative articles and excerpts from relevant Church documents. Join the conversation about how family life, participation in the faith community, activities in the public square and the workplace, and leadership in Catholic institutions such as hospitals and schools are all locations for the vocations of the laity in today’s Church.

( 3 Weeks | $30 )

Jan 27 - Feb 17, 2021

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