Date posted: Feb 15, 2023
featuring text by Dr. Kevin Hughes and videos of faculty for Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.
From the Great Papal Schism and the Reformation to Vatican Council II and its significance in history, this course explores the events, people, and themes that shaped the Church from the 1300s to the 1960s. In what ways was the church shaped by the political and socio-cultural dynamics of these times? How did the Church respond to the reformations and revolutions that shaped this era? And what does this say to us about our faith and our relationship to the Church today? These questions are at the heart of the conversation for this course.
Week 1: Putting Church History in Context
Week 2: The Church Divided
Week 3: Expressing Faith in the New World
Week 4: Faith in Times of Change
Week 5: Faith in the Third Millennium
This course includes:
All Crossroads courses include these features:
Kevin L Hughes, Church History: Faith Handed On. Chicago: Loyola Press, 2002.
A participant can expect to spend approximately 4 hours each week. This commitment includes both preparation and interaction online.
Certificate Requirement Categories: Themes from Our Christian Tradition
Content Scholars: Kevin L. Hughes, Ph.D. (book) Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Villanova University; Francine Cardman, Ph.D. (video) Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Church History at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry; Richard Lennan, Dr. Theol. (video) Professor of Systematic Theology at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry; Catherine M. Mooney, Ph.D. (video) Associate Professor of Church History at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry; Jeffrey P. von Arx, S.J. (video) Former President of Fairfield University, Visiting Professor of the History of Christianity at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry