We invite you to join our faculty for an interactive discussion about the importance of theology in the work of renewing the Church.
The study of theology is defined as the “study of God” or “faith seeking understanding”. Although theology is supremely good in itself, it is meant to overflow into the life of the Church for the conversion of souls.
Professor of Theology and Catechetics
Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Theology
Provost and Professor of Philosophy and Theology
Ever Ancient, Ever New: Theology and the Life of the Church Today will take place from 3:00–4:15 P.M. (Mountain Time) on Thursday, November 9.
Opening prayer, welcome, and overview
Statements by Augustine Institute faculty
Dr. Sean Innerst: The pastoral need for theological integrity
Dr. John Sehorn: The spiritual need for theological integrity
Dr. Tim Gray: The ecclesial need for theological integrity
Audience Q&A moderated by Dr. Christopher Blum
Concluding statements and closing prayer
The wisdom of Christ found in the Scriptures and the tradition of the Church is integral to every pastoral, spiritual, and ecclesial work. Join us on November 9 to gain more insight into this wisdom!