Fall Lecture Series Explores the Mission of the Church in the Modern World
What's New, 2011-10-17
Walsh University's Theology Division will be hosting a series of presentations on the life and mission of the Church in the modern world. The lectures will explore several questions including: How are Catholic laypeople and religious taking the lead in shaping the life and mission of the Church? How do they relate Christ's challenge to proclaim the Gospel to the need for inter-religious dialogue and multicultural sensitivity? What does it mean to be the people of God in today's world? Each speaker is actively involved in a different field of ministry and will be sharing their personal experiences and reflections.
These talks are open to all members of our campus community and will take place in Room 108 of The Paul and Carol David Religious Education Center in the lower level of the campus chapel from 6-7 PM. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Chris Seeman at email@example.com or 330-244-4665.
Upcoming lectures will include:
Wednesday, October 26
"The Spirituality of Education"
Sisters Marilee Heuer and Janet Harold, House of Loreto
Wednesday, November 2
"Evangelization and Dialogue"
Carol Nagi, Stark State College Interfaith Ministry
Wednesday, November 9
"Evangelization and Inculturation"
Sister Karen Bernhardt, Centro San Jose