Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
THEO 205 The Church in the Modern World 3 sem. hrs.
DV/H2a: This course studies the nature, mission, and structures of the Church in the context of contemporary society. Students will deepen their understanding of the practical implications of the Catholic Church’s dogmatic and pastoral constitutions, which declare its responsibility to be a “sacrament of salvation” whose ministry transforms individuals and society. By considering specific examples of the Church’s efforts to liberate and humanize, students will also gain greater appreciation for Christianity’s global diversity and the Catholic Church’s commitment to ecumenical unity and interfaith dialogue. Offered every semester. Prerequisite: THEO 106.
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