Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Cerimonia di giuramento/Oath Ceremony





Cari Professori, amministratori, staff e studenti,

Vi informo che venerdì 4 maggio p.v. , avrà luogo il giuramento del nuovo Rettore, P. Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P., alle ore 12,00 (mezzogiorno) nell’Aula Minor. Siete tutti invitati a partecipare come segno di collaborazione e spero vivamente di  avervi tutti presenti a questo atto solenne.

Le lezioni finiranno alle 11.55 quella mattina per facilitare la vostra presenza per il giuramento del neo Rettore.

Di seguito ci sarà  un rinfresco nella Sala delle Colonne.

Le lezioni  pomeridiane avranno svolgimento regolare.



Dear Professors, administrators, staff and students,

           Please note that on Friday 4th May we shall have the oath-taking ceremony for the new Rector, Fr. Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P. at 12 noon in the Aula Minor. It would certainly be a great show of collaboration to have you all present for the occasion.

Lectures will end that morning at 11.55 so that you can be present  for the ceremony.

Refreshments will follow in the Sale delle Colonne.
The afternoon lectures will be held as usual.
                                     
                                           Fr. Glenn Morris, O.P.
                                           Segretario Generale

Senato Accademico/Academic Senate

A tutti i senatori: Carissimi, Si informa che la prossima riunione del Senato si terrà, come prevista nell'Ordine degli Studi, il venerdì 11 maggio, 2012 alle 17.00 nella Sala Senato dell'università. La riunione sarà ufficialmente convocata solo dopo il giuramento del nuovo Rettore il giorno 4 maggio. Se avete qualcosa per l'ordine del giorno, potete inviarmi la stessa entro e non dopo il 20 aprile 2012. La scelta finale sarà fatta del nuovo Rettore. Grazie e Buona Pasqua

To all senators: Dear friends, Please note that the next meeting of the Senate will be held as scheduled in the Handbook of Studies, Friday, May 11, 2012 at 5:00pm in the Hall of the University Senate. The meeting will be convened only after the official swearing in of the new Rector on May 4, 2012. If you have something for the agenda, you can send it before April 20, 2012. The final choice will be made ​​by the new Rector. Thanks and Happy Easter fr. Glenn Morris, O.P. Segretario Generale

Monday, March 26, 2012

Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum: Habemus Novum Rectorem Magnificum!




On the 26th March 2012 Rev. Fr. Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P was nominated Rector Magnifico of the University of St. Thomas d'Aquino by the Grand Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Bruno Cadoré, with the approval of the Congregation of Catholic Education, Vatican City. Rev. Father Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P., was born on 2nd August 1963 in Michalovce in Slovakia.

 In data il 16 marzo 2012, il Rev.mo fr. Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P. è stato nominato Rettore Magnifico dell’università S. Tommaso d’Aquino dal Gran Cancielliere dell’università Rev.mo fr. Bruno Cadoré, con l’approvazione della Congregazione dell’Educazione Cattolica, Città del Vaticano. . Il Rev.mo fr. Padre Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P., è nato a Michalovce in Slovacchia il 2 agosto 1963.

Fr. Miroslav Konštanc Adam, O.P., was born on August 2, 1963 in Michalovce in Slovakia. He obtained a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the Veterinary Medicine University of Košice (Slovakia) in 1987; following which he worked for several years in the field of Veterinarian Science. In 1989, he entered the clandestine Dominican novitiate in former communist Czechoslovakia.  He made his first profession the following year and his solemn profession in 1993.  He was ordained a priest in 1995.  In the same year, he completed his Masters in Theology from the University of Palacky of Olomouc (Czech Republic).  In 2001, he obtained his Doctorate in Canon Law from the Angelicum.  His pastoral ministry includes being the Chaplain at the University of Business Administration and serving at the Parish of St. Mary of the Snow in Bratislava (Slovakia).  In 2001, he was elected the first Dominican Provincial in Slovakia. In addition, he taught canon law at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Trnava in Bratislava and at the Theological Institute of St. Thomas Aquinas in Kiev in the Ukraine. In 2005, he was appointed Professor of canon law in the Faculty of Canon Law at the Angelicum.  In December 2009, he became the Dean of the Faculty of Canon Law and Vice Rector of the Angelicum. He also serves as a Pontifical Commissioner for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the Congregation for the Institutes of Consecrate Life and the Societies of Apostolic Life in Rome. 


Sunday, March 25, 2012

Buon gioco, buona partita! / Good-game!


Squadra Angelicum 2012

Buon gioco, buona partita. Ci vediamo il prossimo anno!!!!

10:30  Angelicum
Sedes Sapientiae
Sabato 24/3  0-1

Lenten Reflections from "Catholicism" –week 5

Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus Carry the Cross by David O'Connell

The Gospel reading this fifth Sunday of Lent contains the paradoxical passage, "Whoever loves his life loses it, and whoever hates his life in this world will preserve it for eternal life." The covenant of which Jeremiah prophesied in the first reading is embodied in the passion, death, and Resurrection of Christ.

On today's post, watch compiled clips from CATHOLICISM that key off of this Sunday's scriptural passages, listen to Father Barron's corresponding sermon, and join us in our forum to discuss the reflection questions.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Angelicum vs. Sedes Sapientiae

Squadra Angelicum 2012

vs 

Squadra Sedes Sapientiae 2012

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Sabato marzo 24, 2012 alle ore10.30

Campo B del Pontificio Oratorio di San Pietro
(via di Santa Maria Mediatrice 24, Roma)

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Angelicum alumnus nominated bishop of Rockford (USA)



Il Santo Padre ha nominato Vescovo di Rockford (U.S.A.) Mons. David John Malloy, del clero dell’arcidiocesi di Milwaukee, finora Parroco della Saint Francis de Sales Parish a Lake Geneva.

Mons. David John MalloyMons. David John Malloy è nato il 3 febbraio 1956 a Milwaukee (Wisconsin). Ha conseguito il baccellierato in Biologia presso la Marquette University (1978). Dopo aver completato un anno di teologia presso il Saint Francis de Sales Seminary a Milwaukee, ha compiuto gli studi teologici presso il Collegio Americano del Nord e la Pontificia Università Gregoriana a Roma (1979-1982). In seguito ha ottenuto la Licenza in Teologia Dogmatica, sempre alla Gregoriana (1982-1984). Più tardi è entrato nella Pontificia Accademia Ecclesiastica e ha ottenuto la Licenza in Diritto Canonico presso l’Angelicum (1986-1988) e il Dottorato presso la Gregoriana (1988-1990).

È stato ordinato sacerdote il 1° luglio 1983 per l’arcidiocesi di Milwaukee. Dopo l’ordinazione sacerdotale è stato Vicario parrocchiale della Saint John Nepomuk a Racine (1984-1986). Nel servizio diplomatico, è stato Segretario presso la Nunziatura Apostolica in Pakistan (1990-1994), presso la Nunziatura in Siria (1995), presso l’Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite (1995-1998) ed è stato Officiale della Prefettura della Casa Pontificia in Vaticano (1998-2001). Tornato in patria, è stato Vice-Segretario Generale della Conferenza Episcopale degli Stati Uniti d’America (2001-2006) e, poi, Segretario Generale di tale Conferenza Episcopale (2006-2011).

Dal 2011 è Parroco della Saint Francis de Sales Parish a Lake Geneva nell’arcidiocesi di Milwaukee.
Il 28 ottobre 2000 è stato nominato Prelato d’Onore di Sua Santità.
Oltre l’inglese parla l’italiano, lo spagnolo e il francese.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Clericus Cup Edizione VI



  2      10:30     B   Angelicum
   Pontificio Seminario Gallico  
  Sabato 17/3   4-2 

AUGURI ANGELICUM ABBIAMO VINTO!

Sollemnitas S. Ioseph, Sponsi Beatæ Mariæ Virginis

 

Te, Ioseph, célebrent ágmina cælitum,
te cuncti résonent christíanum chori,
qui, clarus méritis, iunctus es ínclitæ
casto fœdere Vírgini.
Almo cum túmidam gérmine cóniugem
admírans, dúbio tángeris ánxius,
afflátu súperi Fláminis ángelus
concéptum púerum docet.

Tu natum Dóminum stringis, ad éxteras
Ægýpti prófugum tu séqueris plagas;
amíssum Sólymis quæris et ínvenis,
 miscens gáudia flétibus.

Eléctos réliquos mors pia cónsecrat
palmámque eméritos glória súscipit;
tu vivens, súperis par, frúeris Deo,
mira sorte beátior.

Nobis, summa Trias, parce precántibus;
da Ioseph méritis sídera scándere,
ut tandem líceat nos tibi pérpetim
gratum prómere cánticum. Amen.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Lenten Reflections from "Catholicism" –week 4

 
 Jesus Speaks to the Women of Jerusalem by David O'Connell

The Gospel reading this fourth Sunday of Lent tells of the Father's motivation for sending Christ into the world, reminding us that Jesus is the fulfillment of the action of Moses in the Old Testament. Father Barron demonstrates how this truth orders our reading of the Scriptures, as well as our reading of the world at large.

Watch compiled clips from CATHOLICISM that key off of this passage, listen to Father Barron's corresponding sermon, and join us in our forum to discuss the reflection questions.
 
The readings for this Sunday can be found here.

Father Barron's corresponding sermon can be found here.


Watch here the
compiled CATHOLICISM footage relating to this Sunday's scripture readings and answer the corresponding questions. 

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day!



This series, including the original Oscar-nominated short, from Brown Bag Films is based upon the 1960s recordings of young children telling Bible stories in a classroom to their schoolteacher. When a film crew arrives at an inner city Dublin National School to record the children, the result is a warm, funny and spontaneous animated documentary, featuring young children telling the story of John the Baptist, The birth of Jesus, the Crucifixion, Saint Patrick and others. Give Up Yer Aul Sins combines simple humour with clever animation to create films with a timeless quality and appeal to a family audience. Give Up Yer Aul Sins has screened in almost 50 film festivals, including The Galway Film Fleadh (where it won Best Animation), Cork Film Festival (Best Irish and Best International Animation), Cartoons on Bay (Special Award for Original Idea), NewYork Comedy Festival, Boston Irish Film Festival, Aspen Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival.

See more on www.monsterdistributes.com

Friday, March 16, 2012

Angelicum vs. Pontificio Seminario Gallico

Squadra Angelicum 2012

vs

 Squadra Pontificio Seminario Gallico 2012

FA' IL TIFO PER LA NOSTRA SQUADRA!!!!
SUPPORT OUR TEAM!!!!
Sabato marzo 17, 2012 alle ore10.30

Campo B del Pontificio Oratorio di San Pietro
(via di Santa Maria Mediatrice 24, Roma)

Evangelical Counsel of Poverty and Globalization/Consiglio Evangelico della Povertà e la globalizzazione

Seminario organizzato dalla Facoltà di Teologia sul Consiglio Evangelico della Povertà e la globalizzazione  giovedì 15 marzo, 2012.

Seminar organized by the Faculty of Theology on the Evangelical Counsel of Poverty and Globalization on Thursday 15 March, 2012.

Prof. F. Marzano
Prof. C.J. Droste, OP
Prof. A. Moran, OP

27a. Giornata Mondiale della Giuventù

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Franz Liszt - Via Crucis



The Venerable English College invites the Angelicum Community to Franz Liszt's Via Crucis at the English College on Friday March 16, 2012 at 20.40.

Il Venerabile Collegio Inglese invita alla Comunità dall'Angelicum al Via Crucis di Franz Liszt nello stesso Collegio Venerdì marzo 16, 2012 alle ore 20.40.

Venerabile Collegio Inglese
Via di Monserrato 45
00186 Roma
ITALY


 

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Conferita Onorificenza all'Angelicum

La città di Roccasecca conferisce onorificenza all'Angelicum,
per scaricare il testo del conferimento clicca qui

Nomina del Prof. Bruno Esposito, OP


In data 5 marzo 2012, con "Biglietto di nomina" del Card. Mauro Piacenza, Prefetto della Congregazione per il Clero, è nominato "ad quinquennium" Commissario deputato alla decisione nella Commissione Speciale per la trattazione delle cause di dispensa dagli obblighi decorrenti dall'ordinazione diaconale e sacerdotale.

Tanti auguri!

Monday, March 12, 2012

CENTRO STUDI ORIENTE OCCIDENTE


IL CENTRO STUDI ORIENTE OCCIDENTE VI INVITA A VISITARE IL SUO SITO

PER ACCEDERE ALLA PUBBLICAZIONE DEL MATERIALE RELATIVO ALL'INIZIATIVA DI

DICEMBRE 2011 DAL TITOLO:

TRE PORTE PER LA VERITÀ: BELLEZZA, PECCATO, PERDONO

______________________________

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Lenten Reflections from "Catholicism" –week 3

 
 Jesus Receives the Cross by David O'Connell

As we celebrate Lent's second Sunday, we revisit the story of Peter's denial of Jesus. Watch clips from CATHOLICISM, read Father Barron's corresponding sermon, and join us in our forum to reflect on questions about these events, today on the Word on Fire blog.


Click here for this week's program.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Happy Feast Pontifical Scots College!


To all our Scottish students: Happy St. John Ogilvie Day!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Women's Health, Maternal Health and HIV/AIDS and their relation to the Dignity of the Human Person

Please Join the World Youth Alliance for
An Inaugural Seminar

Examining the Public Health Evidence and Data in

 Women's Health, Maternal Health and HIV/AIDS
and their relation to the Dignity of the Human Person

Saturday, 24 March, 2012 | 9 AM to 5PM (17,00)

The Angelicum | Largo Angelicum, 1
 Rome 
A cocktail reception will follow at 17,30 in the evening
Sala Colonne, Angelicum
Seminar details and registration (required) at WYAinRome 
For questions please contact Maria Grizzetti
Please free free to extend this invitation to interested colleagues, students, clergy and religious.
If you have already registered with us, please consider this an update on speakers and program, available below and on our website.
We are especially grateful to the staff of the Angelicum and the current Vice-Rector, Fr. Michael Carragher OP, for their gracious hospitality.
Thank you.
Speakers: 


Sarah Flood-Beaubrun

Sarah Flood Beaubrun is a Saint Lucian lawyer with a strong reputation in Saint Lucia, the Caribbean, and internationally as a persuasive defender of human rights and dignity. She was first elected as a Member of Parliament in 1997 and re-elected in 2001. She served approximately eight years as a Government Minister: first as the Minister of Health, Human Services, Family Affairs and Gender Relations, and subsequently as the Minister of Home Affairs and Gender Relations. During this time, she oversaw multiple programs including the construction of the first new correctional institution in Saint Lucia in over 100 years, the complete upgrading to international standards of the main intake area of the island’s primary medical institution, as well as the creation and establishment of both the first women’s support center for abused women and first Mother to Child HIV prevention of transmission program in Saint Lucia. Under her focus and leadership she inspired awareness on the ignored issue of treatment and incarceration of the mentally challenged in Saint Lucia, leading to the establishment of a new mental health institution. In December 2006 Sarah Flood Beaubrun was selected as Saint Lucia's first female Speaker of the House of Assembly, and in September 2008 she was appointed Deputy Permanent Representative for Saint Lucia at the United Nations in New York.
Paloma Durán, Ph.D.
Paloma Durán holds Ph.Ds. in Law, Canon Law, and Political Science, and has written many books and articles on Human Rights & Social Rights. She participated in many UN and European meetings as academic, expert, and adviser. She was Counselor for Human Rights and Social Affairs in the Permanent Mission of Spain to the UN during 2001-2004. During that time, she was the main negotiator for resolutions of the UN on Human Rights & Social issues, and was also the main negotiator on those themes in UN-New York during the Spanish Presidency of the European Union (2002). She was one of six experts chosen for the Working Group of the Council of Europe on Affirmative Actions and helped author the report approved by the Council. She is currently Full Professor in the Department of Theory of Law at the University Complutense Law School (Madrid, Spain).
Timothy Flanigan, M.D.
Dr. Timothy Flanigan is the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Miriam Hospitals and Brown Medical School in Rhode Island ,USA. He arrived at Brown in 1991 to help establish a network of primary care for HIV infected individuals with a particular focus on women, substance abusers and individuals leaving prison. Dr. Flanigan developed the HIV Core Program at the Rhode Island State Prison to provide care for HIV infected individuals and link them to community based resources upon release. Dr. Flanigan is the principal investigator on The Miriam/Brown AIDS Clinical Trials Unit to develop more effective therapies for the treatment of HIV. He is also associate director of The Miriam/Brown Fogarty Program which trains and mentors overseas investigators in HIV & AIDS. Because of his dedicated work focusing on the importance of routine testing for HIV in underserved communities and his development of outstanding primary care for these patients, he was the recipient of a community health leadership award from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In 2005, he received an honorary doctorate from Salve Regina University in the United States for his support of educational opportunities for children of incarcerated parents. Dr. Flanigan currently serves on the Executive Board of the World Youth Alliance and is an advisor for WYA projects in the HIV/AIDS
Anna Halpine
Anna Halpine is the founder of the World Youth Alliance (WYA). After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Music, Anna began working with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) at the UN, monitoring conference developments and participating in UN meetings and conferences. In 1999 Anna was awarded a cultural ambassadorial Scholarship from Rotary International to study German in Austria, which led her to work as a Parliamentary Assistant to a Member of the European Parliament in Brussels. In the fall of 2000 Anna began to work full time as the President of the World Youth Alliance (WYA), devoting herself to promoting the dignity of the human person around the world. As president she oversaw the development of the WYA’s five Regions with offices currently in New York, Brussels, Nairobi, Mexico City and Manila and a prospective office in Beirut. Anna received her Masters in Philosophy of Religion from Yale University in 2009. In the same year she developed the World Youth Alliance Foundation to act as the strategic and management arm for WYA and currently serves as its Chief Executive Officer. As a key project for the WYA Foundation, Anna has developed the WYA Global Reproductive Health and Education project and is the project lead on national pilot components. In 2012 she founded and became CEO of the FEMM Foundation, devoted to the development and expansion of alternative programs and education in reproductive and maternal health.

Alberto Reggiori, M.D.
Dr. Alberto Reggiori was born in Italy in 1957. He graduated from medical school in 1983 and completed his residency in Surgery in 1988 at the University of Milan, Italy. From 1985 to 1996 he lived in Uganda with his family, participating to several health projects supported by AVSI (Italian NGO), working in the following hospitals: Kitgum, Hoima (rural and post-war areas) and Mulago – University hospital in Kampala in different AVSI development projects. In Africa he practiced medicine as clinician, surgeon, obstetrics-gynecologist and public health officer. He also collaborated with organizations devoted to the cure of AIDS. In 1996 he moved back to Italy and he has been working in the Department of General and Emergency Surgery at the Varese Government hospital. However, his collaboration with AVSI continues up to now by means of short missions in emergency or critical situations requiring medical intervention in different areas of the globe: Albania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kazakhstan, Iraq, Congo, Sri Lanka, India, South Sudan, and most recently, Haiti. He has written two books: “Dottore, e’ finito il diesel” (Doctor, the Diesel is Finished) reporting his medical and personal experience in Africa and “La ragazza che guardava il cielo” (The Girl who Looked at the Sky) concerning the life of a seropositive girl. He was among the founders of a primary school in Hoima. He has also been involved in the organization of conferences related to health care and medical education concerned with the dignity and the centrality of the person in medical practice. He is married to Patrizia, and they have 7 children.

Robert Scanlon, M.D.
Dr. Robert Scanlon Jr. is a native of Huntington, New York, where he is the Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Huntington Hospital in New York. He is on the faculty of the Hofstra School of Medicine and Director of Maternal Health Services and Board Member of Maternal Life International, Butte, Montana. Dr. Scanlon earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University in 1978, an MBA from Duke University in 1981 and an MD from the Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University in 1988. His post-graduate studies include a Family Medicine Rotating Internship and an Obstetrics/Gynecology Specialty residency, both at the University Hospital, Stony Brook, New York. He is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Scanlon's international work includes obstetric fistula surgical repair in Ghana and Sierra Leone with the West African Fistula Foundation and emergency obstetrical care instruction and training in Nigeria and Sierra Leone with Maternal Life International.

--
Maria Grizzetti
Director of Development

WYA Foundation
228 East 71st Street
New York, NY 10021

Promoting the Dignity of the Human Person since 1999. 
Sign the Charter! and make a gift today to support WYA's international projects at www.wya.net.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Happy Feastday Angelicum!/Buona Festa Angelicum!



“St. Thomas Aquinas on Law: An Intensive Seminar on the Treatise on Law, ST I-II, Q90-108″


The Lumen Christi Institute for Catholic Thought is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2012 Summer Seminars in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Each seminar in the Lumen Christi Summer Seminar program is designed to address a perennial theme, question, or text in the Catholic philosophical, theological, spiritual, or social traditions. We draw upon world renowned scholars to teach graduate students and nontenured faculty from our nation’s premier universities, in order to foster a better understanding of and appreciation for the wisdom of the Catholic intellectual tradition. Books, lodging, and travel will be included for those whose applications are accepted. (Note, while Lumen Christi is an institute of Catholic thought, participation is not exclusive to graduate students of any particular religious affiliation.)

In the summer of 2012, the Lumen Christi Institute will host the following seminar:

“St. Thomas Aquinas on Law: An Intensive Seminar on the Treatise on Law, ST I-II, Q90-108″
August 5-11, 2012
University of California, Berkeley


Seminar Leader:
Russell Hittinger is the William K. Warren Professor of Catholic Studies and Research Professor of Law at the University of Tulsa. He is also a member of the Pontifical Academy of the Social Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas. Professor Hittinger is the author of many books, including A Critique of the New Natural Law Theory, The First Grace: Rediscovering Natural Law in a Post-Christian Age, and Thomas Aquinas the Rule of Law.

Location:
The seminar will take place on The University of California, Berkeley campus. Students will be provided with accommodations and meals in the dormitories on campus for the duration of the seminar.

Topic:
Thomas Aquinas wrote one of the most influential treatises on law, which is indispensable for understanding the natural law approach to jurisprudence, as well as the foundations of natural law approaches to ethical theory. In this seminar, we will cover the entirety of St. Thomas Aquinas’s Treatise on Law, ST I-II, qq. 90-108. The seminar will be a five-day, intensive discussion of this primary text and its relationship to the rest of Aquinas’s thought, in particular, his philosophical anthropology, action theory, and theology. We will focus on becoming familiar with Aquinas’s synthetic method, and the context of the Summa Theolgiae as a whole.

Our discussion of this seminal text will be centered around the following guiding questions: What is the most important to the concept of well ordered liberty, virtue or law? What are the limits of human law? How do we evaluate and ground claims regarding human rights? How can natural law jurisprudence help to solve the problems that face contemporary society?

Format:
This will be a five-day, intensive discussion of The Treatise on Law. There will be two 2 ½ hour sessions each day. Professor Hittinger will open each session with a lecture, and then we will turn to general, seminar-style discussion of the text and the issues at hand. Students will be expected to make seminar presentations of the material under discussion.

Application Information:
This seminar will be open to PhD students in the humanities, as well as students in law school, from any institution. Applicants will need to provide the following materials in order to be considered for participation: The application form, an updated CV, one letter of recommendation from a member of the program in which the student is currently enrolled, a statement of research interest, which includes an explanation of how this seminar might bear on the student’s current or future research plans, and one example of written, academic work (25-30 pages maximum). Incomplete applications will not be considered.

We will admit 15 students to this seminar. Application materials must be received by March 30th, 2012. Application materials can be emailed to info@lumenchristi.org, or they can be mailed to:

Lumen Christi Institute
Graduate Seminar Admissions
1220 East 58th St.
Chicago, IL 60637

Any further questions should be directed to Jennifer Frey, at frey.jenn@gmail.com

Application materials must be received by March 30th, 2012.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

2° incontro promosso dall’Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose Mater Ecclesiae dell’Angelicum




+ 2° incontro promosso dall’Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose Mater Ecclesiae dell’Angelicum, nell’ambito del Seminario interdisciplinare : “Trasformazione e dissenso. La famiglia patrimonio dell’umanità: paese reale, istituzionale, senso comune ed esperienza religiosa” (ore 16,10).

I temi affrontati oggi sono: “Matrimonio e famiglia nella Costituzione italiana” e “La voce ‘famiglia’ nei dizionari teologici cattolici del ‘900”

Info e contatti

www.pust.it

Tel: 06.67.02.444

Monday, March 5, 2012

Evangelical Counsel of Poverty and Globalization/Consiglio Evangelico della Povertà e la globalizzazione



Cari colleghi,

Invito a partecipare al seminario organizzato dalla Facoltà di Teologia sul Consiglio Evangelico della Povertà e la globalizzazione. Per facilitare la presenza dei docenti e degli studenti tutte le lezioni pomeridiane della facoltà di teologia del giovedì 15 marzo, 2012 sono sospese.

Cordiali saluti.


Dear colleagues,

Invitation to participate in the Seminar organized by the Faculty of Theology on the Evangelical Counsel of Poverty and Globalization. To enable the Professors and the students to be present all afternoon lectures of the Faculty of Theology on Thursday 15 March, 2012 are suspended.

Kindest regards.

fr. Joseph Agius O.P.
Decano

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Lenten Reflections from "Catholicism" –week 2

 Jesus Falls for the First Time by David O'Connell

As we celebrate Lent's second Sunday, we revisit the story of Peter's denial of Jesus. Watch clips from CATHOLICISM, read Father Barron's corresponding sermon, and join us in our forum to reflect on questions about these events, today on the Word on Fire blog.


Click here for this week's program.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Stations of the Cross/Via Crucis 2012

The Stations of the Cross by David O'Connell

Pray with us the Stations of the Cross every Friday in Lent in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament at 2:00pm. We alternate every Friday between meditations in English and Italian.

Prega con noi  le stazioni della Via Crucis ogni Venerdì di Quaresima nella Cappella del Santissimo Sacramento alle ore 14, 00.  Ogni Venerdì si alterniamo tra meditazioni in inglese ed italiano.

Angelicum vs. Gregoriana

Gior. Ora Campo Squadre Data Risultato
parziale finale
1 9:00 A Pontificia Università Gregoriana
Angelicum
Sabato 3/3  2-2  7-5







Friday, March 2, 2012

Calendario 2012




Gior. Ora Campo Squadre Data Risultato
parziale finale
1 9:00 A Pontificia Università Gregoriana
ANGELICUM
Sabato 3/3
1 10:30  Sedes Sapientiae
Pontificio Seminario Gallico
Sabato 3/3
2 10:30  B ANGELICUM
Pontificio Seminario Gallico
Sabato 17/3
2 17:00 A Sedes Sapientiae
Pontificia Università Gregoriana
Domenica18/3
3 10:30  Pontificio Seminario Gallico
Pontificia Università Gregoriana
Sabato 24/3 
10:30  ANGELICUM
Sedes Sapientiae
Sabato 24/3 
 
                                                       Campo A/B
                                             Centro Sportivo Italiano
                                 Lungotevere Flaminio n° 55 - 00196 Roma

Squadra Angelicum 2012



N° Maglia COGNOME NOME NAZIONE NATO IL LUOGO NASCITA

1 Canoles Vasquez Juan Carlos, Colombia, 07-12-82, Colombia.
3 Sander Mirek, Polonia, 14-03-75, Polonia.
4 Hinojosa Ernesto, Messico, 07-11-77, Messico.
5 Ouattara Pekaly Hippoyte, Costa d'Avorio, 14-08-76, Costa D'avorio.
6 Di Felice Emmanuele, Italia, 05-07-78,  Italia.
7 Minsone Nockha Thomas Stephane, Camerun, 28-10-83, Camerun.
8 Baron Arbey Rodrigo, Colombia, 12-05-81, Colombia.
9 Kalevski Joao, Brasile, 23-06-79, Brasile.
10 Lallai Alessandro, Italia, 21-02-75, Italia.
11 Ani Humphrey Uchenna, Nigeria, 29-07-73, Nigeria.
13 Alejandrez Chavez Adrian, Messico, 09-07-78, Messico.
14 Zubyk Marcos, Brasile, 10-03-85, Brasile.
15 Tskhadadze Irakli, Giorgia, 09-07-81, Giorgia.
16 Anak Jonh Paul Herry, Malaysia, 23-12-73, Malassia.
17 Albano Emannuele, Italia, 18-04-79, Italia.
18 Boillat Oriani Juan, El Salvador, 21-04-82, El Salvador.
19 Arockia Raj Kulandaisamy, India, 05-09-74, India.
20 Obinna Henry, Nigeria, 17-06-66, Nigeria.
21 Leal Montes Emmanuel, Messico, 15-09-81, Messico.
22 Boatswain Jason, Trinidad e Tobago, 17-02-76, Trinidad e Tobago.