November 2, 2017
Presenters: Rev. Richard Lennan, Nancy Pineda-Madrid, Francine Cardman, Andrea Vicini, S.J.
The Holy Spirit helps believers grow in awareness of the Holy Spirit's presence and movement in their lives. This book (Paulist Press, 2017) addresses how we become of aware of the Holy Spirit's active and constant presence in our lives, how the Christian tradition has identified the Holy Spirit's movement among us, and the various ways in which we have responded to the Holy Spirit. Each of the authors represented in this book is a faculty member of the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College. At this book launch, a few contributors reflect on the Holy Spirit in light of their own particular expertise: “Three Sightings of the Holy Spirit in the Early Church” (Cardman); “The Holy Spirit and the Pilgrimage of Faith” (Pineda-Madrid); and “Empowered by the Holy Spirit (Vicini, S.J.).
Sponsored by Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
Coeditors: Rev. Richard Lennan is STM professor of systematic theology and professor ordinarius, and Nancy Pineda-Madrid is STM associate professor of theology and Latino/Latina ministry.
Contributors: Francine Cardman is STM associate professor of historical theology and Church history, and Andrea Vicini, S.J., is STM associate professor of moral theology.