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November 9, 2010:
Bishop Joseph N. Perry, Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Chicago, delivers the 2010 Sankofa Lecture, "The Road to Sainthood": Fr. Augustus Tolton.
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Presenting his lecture for the 10th annual Louis J. Luzbetak, S.V.D. lecture on mission and culture, Robert Schreiter, C.PP.S., Vatican II Professor of Theology at Catholic Theological Union focuses upon the peculiar intersection of Missiology. His attention here is directed toward intercultural interaction, inter-religious dialogue, and Missiology; both as an academic discipline and action of the church.

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March 2, 2011:

This lecture argues that the agenda for the theological enterprise within the Caribbean region is being articulated in a singular fashion in the region's popular music. Taking a Jamaican-Caribbean slant, it explores theological issues arising from the music of often-times controversial Jamaican reggae artiste Tanya Stephens. It revisits concern, as articulated by Caribbean theologians such as Ashley Smith, with the nature and meaning of theology in the region.

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August 29, 2010:

In March 2008 a cover story of Christian-Muslim conflicts in Nigeria appeared in the Atlantic. The title was "Which Religion Will Win?" In many ways this is the question that has for centuries been driving the engine of the darker side of Christian-Muslim relations. In this presentation, Professor Scott Alexander will examine the nature of this "Triumphalism" in Chrisitian-Muslim relations. Is Christian-Muslim competition essentially a struggle for ultimate supremacy, or do these traditions hold deep within them an alternative paradigm for interreligious competition?

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December 5, 2010:

Matthew's Gospel begins with the genealogy of Joseph, the husband of Mary, and the reader knows, the foster father of Jesus. Why mention Joseph's lineage at all if Jesus is not his biological son? As the evangelist goes on to demonstrate, Joseph is very much a main character in his infancy narrative. In this day when hypenations bescribe family relationships, step-, foster-, and half-, often do more to seperate us than connect us.

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February 27, 2011:

Most Reverend John Dennis Corriveau, O.F.M., CAP. joins the Sundays at CTU community for Franciscan Spirituality: Contributions of the Franciscans to the Life of the Church.

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October 1, 2010:

Dawn Nothwehr, O.S.F.'s Vesper Service for the Promotion to the Rank of Professorship

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