DO520CS Teología Fundamental

Dado que la teolog√≠a fundamental estudia los fundamentos concernientes al di√°logo entre Dios y el hombre, este curso examina la revelaci√≥n divina y la respuesta del hombre a ella. Se consideran una variedad de temas que incluyen la reflexi√≥n teol√≥gica e hist√≥rica sobre la revelaci√≥n, la transmisi√≥n de la revelaci√≥n en la Iglesia, incluida la…

DO720CE Apologetics

This course is an introduction to Catholic apologetics equipping the student to clearly explain and charitably defend their faith fulfilling St. Peter‚Äôs mandate to: ‚ÄúAlways be prepared to make a defense to any one who calls you to account for the hope that is in you, yet do it with gentleness and reverence.‚ÄĚ (1 Peter…

DO711EE Ecumenism and Inter-religious Dialog

An introduction to the historical context and theology of the ecumenical movement. References will be made to the teaching of the Magisterium, significant achievements in ecumenical dialogue, prospects for future achievements, and the individual participant’s contributions to ecumenism. Exposure to the rich variety of Christian ecclesial communities and traditions and world religions will be included.

DO630CE Sacramental Theology

This course presents an overview of the sacraments study of the Roman Catholic Church. We will examine the scriptural foundations, the history and development, the rite, the sacramental signs, and the theology of each of the seven sacraments. There will be a distinct focus on how deacons can prepare others to receive the sacraments via…

DO620CE Christology

The Son of God became human while remaining divine. He suffered death on the cross to redeem humanity and rose from the dead in glory. The early Church divided over the question of who was and who is Jesus. The early Councils proclaimed doctrine held to this day, and the Church Fathers wrote cogently about…