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New at Paul VI:
  New Courses,
    New Workshops,
      New Certificate Program.

Spring 2010 Course Registration Available

Spring Registration is available now. See Spring Course Schedule and Course Registration. Deadline for registration is January 29. The Paul VI office will be closed December 24-Jan 4.

New Courses this Semester

The Johannine Epistles

Among the New Testament documents, the Letters of John and, particularly, the First Epistle, are considered texts that are especially rich with doctrine. This course will consider the affirmations about God as "Light" and "Love," to the Christological confessions of faith, as well as the demanding conditions of our communion with God. Course Description: An exegetical presentation of the Letters of John. Envisioned outcomes: an ability to interpret Johannine passages in their context, with attention to such key features as irony, symbolism, characterization, and spirituality; an ability to derive key concepts, themes, and messages from these texts for personal formation, catechetical and pastoral ministry. This course will be taught in the ONLINE format by Rev. Damien R. Dougherty, O.F.M. Fr. Dougherty has inspired his students in his course on St. Francis and the many courses he offers in Sacred Scripture.

Indiana Jones, the Tomb Raiders and the Real Archaeology of the Bible

The real story of Biblical Archaeology in the Ancient Near East is just about as exciting as some of the movies suggest. This course will take you through the history and methods of digging up our past. Beginning in the early 19th century, Biblical Archaeology has evolved from a free-for-all sometimes resembling the movies, to a science used in support of the truths of the Faith. The professor has been on a dig in Galilee and has been taught the modern methods of excavation and preservation. He will take the student through this history, show the student the methods, and tie in the data to the other sources of revelation we use on a regular basis. The student will have an appreciation of these other most important sources of information that help explain and buttress our faith. This course will be taught by Rev. Gregory J. Lockwood in a traditional face to face format, but condensed into 5 class periods. Students enjoy his dynamic style in courses on Church History, Mary, Woman of Faith and most recently The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: The Fathers of Catholic Theology, Troublemakers and Heretics in the Panorama of Church History. This course is being taught at Immaculate Conception, Dardenne.

Christian Philosophy for Catechesis

In Fides et Ratio, John Paul II taught that true philosophical formation is an essential preparation for the “defense of human dignity and the proclamation of the Gospel message” (no. 102). But what resources can philosophy offer catechists facing the task of spiritual formation in a relativist and pluralist culture? Drawing on the perennial philosophy that has characterized the best of Western thought and has been taken up into the Church’s own reflection, this course will introduce students to an overview of the discipline and apply philosophical principles to issues such as evangelization, relativism, social order, human formation, and sexuality.

This course will be taught by Dr. Randall Colton, Associate Academic Dean and Associate Professor from Cardinal Glennon College. This course is being taught at Cardinal Rigali Center in Shrewsbury.

Spanish Course Offered:

Rev. Carlos Roman

MT 101 Catecismo III: Fundamentos de la Moralidad Catolica Es un estudio de los principios de la teología moral y de las enseñanzas morales fundamentales enfatizando en que el camino de Cristo “nos lleva a la vida,” como está descrito en la parte III del Catecismo Católico.

Jueves, 11 de febrero – 29 de abril 7:00 – 9:15 p.m. St. Cecilia, St. Louis

FORMULARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL MT 101 CATECISMO III: FUNDAMENTOS DE LA MORALIDAD CATÓLICA

New Workshops

Catechism III: Life in Christ – workshop

FEBRUARY 6, 2010, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

This workshop will reflect on how the way of Christ leads to life. We will discuss topics such as the dignity of the human person, the call to follow Jesus, human freedom, judging the morality of an action, conscience, the virtues, the Beatitudes and the Ten Commandments. We will have three presenters of moral theology.

Rev. Edward Richard, M.S., Director of Paul VI Institute; Rev. Donald Henke, Associate Director of Paul VI Institute and Dr. Shawn McCauley Welch, Associate Academic Dean of the Institute. The workshop will include lunch and will be located at the Cardinal Rigali Center, 20 Archbishop May Drive, St. Louis, MO 63119.


Thank you ACA!

The ACA allows parishes, schools and individuals who take advantage of Pope Paul VI Catechetical Institute to do so for about one half of the actual cost of those programs. The total cost of our courses is $200.00 per credit hour, and since the majority of our classes are two credit hours, the actual cost per course is $400.00. With the support that we receive from ACA we are able to offer our courses to students at this substantially reduced rate. We would like to express our gratitude to the ACA and request that you support it generously.

Spanish Course

EN
ESPAÑOL: MT 101 CATECISMO III

MT
101 Catecismo III: FUNDAMENTOS DE LA MORALIDAD CATÓLICA

(2 créditos)

Antes conocida como MT 120-Fundamentos de la Moralidad

Es un estudio de los principios de la teología moral y
de las enseñanzas morales fundamentales enfatizando en que el camino de Cristo
“nos lleva a la vida,” como está descrito en la parte III del Catecismo
Católico.

Jueves, 11 de febrero – 29 de abril 7:00 – 9:15 p.m.

St. Cecilia, 5418 Louisiana
Ave., St. Louis, MO 63111

(314)
351-1318

Rev.
Carlos Roman, JCL, MA


FORMULARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL MT 101 CATECISMO
III:
FUNDAMENTOS DE LA MORALIDAD CATÓLICA

Spring 2010 Semester: 8 de febrero – 30 de abril de 2010

Último día para inscribirse: 29 de enero
de 2010

Inscripción por
correo:

Paul VI
Institute

20 Archbishop May Dr.

St. Louis, MO 63119

Fax: (314) 792-7459

Teléfono: (314)
792-7450 Para hablar en español, comuníquese con Marisol Pfaff

E-mail: paul6@archstl.org

Web
site: www.archstl.org/paul6

Nombre:___________________________________ Apellido ________________________

SS# __________________

Teléfono (Hogar) __________________________

Teléfono (trabajo) __________________________

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Ciudad_____________________
Estado_______ Zip_______________

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Bill
to: Office of Hispanic Ministry

Número del curso MT 101

nombre del curso Catecismo
III: Fundamentos de la moralida católica

Lugar
del curso St. Cecilia

Workshop Registration

Please mail this form with your payment to Paul VI Institute, 20

Archbishop May Dr., St. Louis, MO
63119. Membership in the
Comprehensive Catechetical Program does not cover our workshop series.

CATECHISM III WORKSHOP: Life in Christ Workshop ($30.00)

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This program is partially subsidized by the generosity of the ACA.

Faculty Photos and links

Staff & Administration


 

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 Dr. Edward Hogan      
Patrick D. Iver, M.Ed. Sr. Adriane Torrisi, SDSH  
Patrick D. Iver, M.Ed. Sr. Adriane Torrisi,  
S.D.S.H
 
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Mary L. Beier Marisol Pfaff  

Faculty


     
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Dr. Barbara Blackburn Mrs. Eileen Carney Sr. Cathy Doherty, S.S.N.D.
Rev. Damien Dougherty dr._john_gresham.jpg Dr. Jane Guenther
Rev. Damien Dougherty, O.F.M.    Dr. John L. Gresham Dr. Jane Guenther
   Fr. Brian Harrison, OS  ms._deborah_johnson.jpg
Dr. Michael Hardwick Rev. Brian Harrison, OS Ms. Deborah Johnson
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Mr. Bryan Jones Rev. Tom Keller Dr. Paul Kraus
 Fr. Philip Krill  Sr. Mary Kathleen Ronan, RSM  sr._diane_schlueter.jpg
Rev. Philip Krill Sr. Mary Kathleen Ronan, R.S.M.    Sr. Diane Schlueter, O.S.F.
 ms._kathy_schoen.jpg  fr._randy_soto.jpg  Sr. Adriane Torrisi, SDSH
Ms. Kathy Schoen Rev. Randy Soto Sr. Adriane Torrisi, S.D.S.H.
 Ms. Evelyn Tucker  dr._shawn_mccauley_welch.jpg  Image
  Ms. Evelyn Tucker Dr. Shawn McCauley Welch Ms. Elizabeth Westhoff
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Rev. Michael Witt Mrs. Barbara Yoffie

Workshops

Paul VI Institute Workshops

 

paul vi pontifical institute
of catechetical and pastoral studies


 

presents a one day workshop

Catechism III:
Life in Christ

FEBRUARY 6, 2010, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 

 

This workshop will reflect on how the way of Christ leads to life. We
will discuss topics such as the dignity of the human person, the call to follow
Jesus, human freedom, judging the morality of an action, conscience, the virtues,
the Beatitudes and the Ten Commandments. We will have three presenters of moral
theology: Rev. Edward Richard, M.S., Director of Paul VI Institute, Vice-Rector
and Dean of Students, Director of Worship and Professor of Moral Theology at
Kenrick-Glennon Seminary and Rev. Donald Henke, Associate Director of Paul VI
Institute, Academic Dean, Asst. Professor of Moral Theology, Formation Advisor
Theology III and Director, Summative Evaluation at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary and
Dr. Shawn McCauley Welch, Associate Academic Dean of Paul VI Institute. The
workshop will include lunch and will be located at the Cardinal Rigali Center,
20 Archbishop May Drive, St. Louis, MO 63119.

Fill out the registration form and mail to Paul VI

Deadline for registration is January 31, 2010

 

This program is partially subsidized by the generosity of the ACA.
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