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The Center for Catholic Studies is pleased to announce the listing of the following classes for Summer/Fall 2018

Ecumenical Councils: Catholic Reformation (T-350)

DATE:                  October 20, 2018
TIME:                    9:00 am to 2:30 pm
COST:                   $ 25/Credit or $ 15/Audit
INSTRUCTOR:     Mr. Wayne Winter
LOCATION:          Cooney Conference Center--611 W. North St.-Gaylord MI

RECOMMENDED READING: To Be Determined

Evangelization (T-600)

DATE:                   November 3, 2018
TIME:                     9:00 am to 2:30 pm
COST:                   $ 25/Credit or $ 15/Audit
INSTRUCTOR:     Pattie Rioux and Jackie Welles
LOCATION:         Cooney Conference Center--611 W. North St.-Gaylord, MI

REQUIRED READING:  To Be Determined
 

Canonical Issues/Rights & Responsibilities (CA-100)

DATE:                    November 17, 2018
TIME:                     9:00 am to 2:30 pm
COST:                    $ 25/Credit or $ 15/Audit
INSTRUCTOR:      Rev. Matthew Furugiuele
LOCATION:           Cooney Conference Center--611 W. North St.-Gaylord, MI

REQUIRED READING:  To Be Determined


The Book of Revelation (SC-370) 

DATE:                 December 1, 2018
TIME:                   9:00 am to 2:30 pm
COST:                  $ 25/Credit or $ 15/Audit
LOCATION:        Holy Family Church-516 W. Lincoln St.-East Tawas, MI

REQUIRED READING: To Be Determined

 

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Ecumenical Councils: Catholic Reformation (T-350)

Since it's foundation, the Catholic Church has seen constant formation and reformation. Nothing shows this better than the 21 Ecumenical Councils that mark the major events of the Catholic reform. Join us as we explore these Councils, their written documents, historical impact, and Catholic reform.

Evangelization T-600)

The Roman Catholic Church speaks of Evangelization and not of evangelism. There is a big difference between the two. Evangelization means bringing the Good News of Jesus into every human situation, but both word and example, and seeking to convert individuals and society by the divine power of the Gospel itself.

Canonical Issues/Rights & Responsibilities (CA-100)

Presentations will offer an explanation of the nature, purpose, and historical development of the law in the Catholic Church. The Code of Canon Law will be reflected upon with and emphasis on those canons that impact pastoral life, rights and duties of all the Christian faithful, as well as the structures and interrelationship of the parish, the local diocesan church and the universal church.

The Book of Revelation (SC-370)

The Book of Revelation was originally written to console, strengthen and also encourage people under prosecution; yet is also represents a serious and urgent call to conversion. Like many of the people of the books of Scripture, the Book of Revelation is often used by fundamentalists and read in a narrow and simplistic way. This course will examine how we as a church hold the tension and maintain balance as a community that is holy; but still made up of sinful people.