Posted on January 09, 2017 in: General News

~~THEO 4023:   Theology and Methods of Ministry

This course offers a foundational theology of ministry as rooted in Baptism.  Particular focus will be given to the role of the Laity in ministry and various types of ministry will be explored.  This course will provide the experience and formation necessary for students to grasp the meaning of ministry as well as learn a variety of ministerial skills.

Day & Time: Wednesdays, 6:30-9:15 p.m.  (Jan 18)

Instructor:  William Dunn, S.T.L.

Location:    Chancery Office, “B” Building, 12300 East 91st Street, Broken Arrow 



THEO 3055: Sacramental Theology

A consideration of the Church community as sacrament-sign and cause-of Christ in the world today.  Notions to be explored in this class include an understanding and appreciation of sacramentality and religious ritual and symbol.  These understandings will provide the basis for an in-depth reflection on the seven sacramental actions of the Church from both a historical and a contemporary point of view.

Day & Time: Mondays, 6:30-9:15pm.     (Jan 23)

Instructor:  Deacon John Donnelly, J.D.

Location:  Aquinas Hall, Church of the Madalene

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