Sunday, January 22, 2012

2012 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

II Semester courses from the ecumenical section that begin February 13, 2012.

eP 2729 Didattica della teologia ed elementi di comunicazione religiosa. 3 ECTS
Obiettivo del corso è aiutare gli studenti ad acquisire la capacità di esporre e presentare tematiche teologiche e/o religiose con efficacia, nel rispetto da un lato della comprensione profonda del dato della tradizione e dall’altro della necessaria traduzione legata agli interlo-cutori che ci si trovano di fronte. A questo scopo si affiancheranno alcune lezioni teoriche ad esercizi di strutturazione, modellizzazione e presentazione e si chiederà agli studenti di par-tecipare attivamente. Inoltre si offriranno alcuni elementi di comprensione della comunica-zione religiosa come pratica culturale nell’ottica dei Cultural Studies. S. MORRA. Wed. 10.30-12.15

eP 2563 The Diversity of Ministries and the Understanding of Ordination. 3 ECTS
This course will relate the question of ministries to the theology of the Church especially in the light of the role of the Holy Spirit in ecclesiology. In this context the articulation between ordained ministries, lay ministries and the responsibility of all will be made evident. Methodological and epistemological issues will be raised in the use of exegesis, the history of dogmatic and sacramental theology and the analysis of current ministerial practices especially the actual process of ordination. Particular attention will be focused on the Latin church of the West and the churches of the Reform. J. PUGLISI, SA. Mon. 8.30-10.15

eP 2741 Pentecostalism: Identities Re-mapped. 3 ECTS
Historical, sociological and theological features of Pentecostalism will be considered in the first part of the course. In the second part, an evaluation of the Roman-Catholic/Pentecostal dialogue, as well as of the significance of Pentecostalism within the ecumenical movement, will be given. T.F. ROSS. Mon. 10.30-12.15

eP 2742 Ecumenical Dialogue and Life in Communion. 3 ECTS
1. Starting point: Jerusalem, microcosm and laboratory of Christian unity. 2. Catholic-Eastern Orthodox dialogue: rediscovering a common tradition and search for unity in diversity. 3.Catholic-Oriental Orthodox dialogue: beyond misunderstandings towards a common understanding of the nature and mission of the Church; structures for visible unity. 4. Multilateral dialogue in the framework of Faith and Order: dynamics, themes, reception, a series of constant new beginnings. 5. Ecumenical dialogue and internal Catholic communion; role of the Eastern Catholic Churches. 6. Relations between the various ways and methods of dialogue: regional and universal, official and unofficial, etc. 7. Ecumenical and interreligious dialogue, mainly in the context of the Middle East. Ecumenical dialogue and commitment to justice and peace. Towards the future: what to do with the results of the dialogues? Growing in dialogue at all time and in all places. F. BOUWEN, M.Afr. [Feb 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, March 1, 2, 5, 6]Mon. - Fri 15.30-17.15

eP 2743 Sacraments – Sacramentality in the Ecumenical Dialogue. 3 ECTS
 A terminologicalapproachtosacramentandsacramentalityastheologicalcategories.EastandWest: from the unity in faith to a different theological approaches. Sacraments as a doctrinal and pastoral divergence in Occident after the Reformation. The catholic renewal of the sacra-mental theology in the twenty century. The conciliar reflection on sacraments and sacramentality. The status quaestionis of the reflection concerning sacraments and sacramentality in the different bilateral theological dialogues. New steps towards a better understanding of the sacraments and sacramentality: a) In the orthodox-catholic dialogue; b) In the dialogue between the Catholic Church and the different Christian communities of Occident. Open questions. J. SCAMPINI, OP. [Feb 13, 14, 16, 17, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28; March 1]Mon. Tue. Thu. Fri. 17.30-19.15

eP 2744 “A Fine Aspect in Fit Array”: The Church of England in the Seventeenth Century. 3 ECTS
The course will investigate a crucial period in the history of the Church of England. The first part will examine the Caroline Divines, the brilliant precursors of the Oxford Movement, who helped establish the catholic credentials of the Anglicanism. The second part will look at the poetry of Anglican clerics, such as John Donne, George Herbert, Henry Vaughn, in England throughout the seventeenth century, and the ways in which it differs from or is similar to its secular parallels. M. LANGHAM - J. BOARDMAN [Feb 29, March 2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26]Mon. Wed. Fri. 17.30-19.15

eP 2745 Philosophy and Anthropology of Dialogue. 3 ECTS
 A careful study of the philosophical turn through the anthropology and the renewed study of the human being. An investigation of the philosophical ramification as it applies to the question of dialogue. J. BEMPORAD [April 16, 17, 18,19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, May 2, 3, 7]Mon. - Thu. 17.30-19.15

eP 1020 Mary in Ecumenical Dialogue. 3 ECTS
The course will explore the Catholic Church’s conversations regarding Mary with the Orthodox, the Lutherans and the Anglican Communion. It will also study the Groupe des Dombesdocument: Mary in the plan of God and in the communion of saints: towards a common Christian understanding.F.M. BLISS, SM Tue. 10.30-12.15

tP 2388 The Art of Argument in the Middle Ages Theologians. 3 ECTS
M.M. ROSSI. Mar. 8.30-10.15

tP 2388 The Art of Argument in the Middle Ages Theologians. 3 ECTS
M.M. ROSSI. Mar. 8.30-10.15

dP 2108 La Trinità quale paradigma dell’esperienza e del pensiero dei credenti. 3 ECTS
M. SALVATI, OP. Mar. 15.30-17.15

dP 2105 The Beginning of Fundamental Theology – The “Tübingen-School” and the Renewal of Apologetics in the 19th Century. 3 ECTS
C. BARWASSER, OP. Wed. 15.30-17.15

dP 2106 The Theology of God and Deification in the Works of Gregory Palamas. 3 ECTS
D. DAWSON VÁSQUEZ. Thu. 10.30-12.15

dP 2985 Christ Beyond the Church. 3 ECTS
M. FUSS. Thu. 15.30-17.15

dP 2262 Le filosofie, la teologia. La grande sintesi dei Padri della Chiesa. 3 ECTS


eS 2747 An Exploration of the Reception of the Anglican-Catholic and Methodist-Catholic Dialogues. 4 ECTS
F.M. BLISS, SM. Wed. 8.30-10.15

dS 2110 “Deus humanissimus”. Edward Schillebeeckx OP (1914-2009) as a Thomistic Theologian. 4 ECTS
C. BARWASSER, OP. Wed. 8.30-10.15