Theology for Life is a weekly lecture series exploring topics of interest to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the world through the lens of Catholic faith.
Fall 2013 Theology for Life Series:
Hinei Mah Tov
Can Jews and Christians Dwell Together in Peace?
Presented by Rabbi Barry Friedman
In this five-evening series Rabbi Friedman, will examine the Christian roots of anti-Jewish though; the impact of the Holocaust and Vatican II as a response; and the ambivalence in current Jewish-Christian relations.
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Weekly Session Topics:
October 22: A Jewish View of the New Testament
October 29: The History of Anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church
November 5: The Role of the Church in the Holocaust and It's Unfulfilled Duty of
November 12: A Guided Tour of the Holocaust Museum
November 19: Discussion of Controversial Contemporary Topics in Jewish-Christian
Participate in as many sessions as you wish.
Cost: $25.00 per session; $100.00 for all five sessions
To register or for more information, call 800.977.3869 or locally in St. Louis at 314.256.8807, or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past sessions have been led by popular, engaging speakers, including Fr. Don Goergen, O.P., Paul Coutinho, S.J., Rev. Seán Martin, Sr. Carolyn Sur, S.S.N.D., and Sr. Carla Mae Streeter, OP. Theology for Life topics have included:
- Embracing the Holy Spirit
- Eastern Spirituality
- Did Jesus Have a Sense of Humor?
- The Interface of Psychology and Spiritual Experience
- Universal Spirituality
- Hildegard of Bingen
- In Search of My Soul
All are welcome to join us for a single session or for the entire series.
For information regarding upcoming sessions, call 314.256.8807, or send e-mail to Lingua@ai.edu. A downloadable PDF registration form is available here.