Gerald Arbuckle, SM. is a priest of the Society of Mary (Marists) and is currently based in Australia. An anthropologist and theologian, he is a world-renowned speaker and a widely published author. The Fourteenth Annual Louis J. Luzbetak, S.V.D. Lecture on Mission and Culture features his talk “Conflict in the Church: Mythological Reflections.”
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, writer and author Paul Moses delivers CTU's 4th annual Duns Soctus lecture on The Saint and the Sultan. This lecture celebrates Franciscan Brother-Sisterhood and its contribution to Catholic Theological Union, the wider church, and interfaith dialogue. This event was recorded live at CTU on September 30, 2013.
This presentation looks at the topic of Preparing Our Youth for Faith-Based Leadership in a Religiously Plural Society: Learning from the Experience of Thirty-Somethings. It features Mr. Jacob Cytryn, Director of Camp Ramah-Wisconsin, Ms. Megan Kennedy-Farrell, Development Coordinator, Charis Ministries, Prof. Laith Saud, Ph.D. (cand.), University of Chicago, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, DePaul University. Recorded as part of the In Good Faith series on April 3, 2013.
CTU's President Mark R. Francis, CSV delivers the keynote address at the 2013 Ministry Showcase. He speaks about the "Theology of Call and Response in Ministry." Recorded live at CTU on October 4, 2013.
Dr. Edward P. Hahnenberg speaks at CTU's Catholics on Call Partner Conference about "Slipping into Silent Slumber: Vocation over the Centuries." Recorded at Catholic Theological Union on September 19, 2013.
Dr. Edward P. Hahnenberg speaks at CTU's Catholics on Call Partner Conference about "Waking Up an Idea: Toward a Renewed Theology of God's Call." Recorded at Catholic Theological Union on September 20, 2013.
Lauren Schwer responds to Dr. Edward P. Hahnenberg's lecture on "Slipping into Silent Slumber: Vocation Over the Centuries." This was recorded at Catholic Theological Union as part of the Catholics on Call Partner Conference, September 19, 2013.
This presentation explores the dynamic relationship between the Church's understanding of marriage and that of civil society down through the centuries. The lecture is a part of CTU's Sundays at CTU series.
Explore the fascinating roots of mysticism and prayer in the early Christian Church through a series of 12 lectures which highlight history, environment, culture, and gender. Author and CTU Associate Professor of Spirituality, Sr. Mary Frohlich, RSCJ, is the speaker. In this short video, Mary Frohlich, RSCJ, speaks about the series. For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.ctu.edu/lecturefall_2013
A trip to the Holy Lands for friends of CTU, led by President Emeritus Fr. Donald Senior, C.P., will take place September 14 - 28. In preparation for their travels to Israel and Jordan, Fr. Senior offered an introductory class that provided an overview of the areas, and the history and biblical texts that would be explored on their upcoming journey.