Paul An Introduction to the Man and his Letters.
The course will look at some of Paul’s accounts of life in the churches he founded, which can show us a different and exciting way of being church.
We shall see a man who was often counter-cultural, and far in advance of his own time.
Anne Faulkner gained a Doctor of Theology at Durham University for a thesis on St Paul's letter to the Galatians.
The Rights and Responsibilities of the Laity in the Catholic Church.
'The rights given to lay people in the Code of Canon Law 1983 are often not widely known. This course talks about such rights and how they might be exercised'.
Helen Costigane SHCJ is a lecturer and programme director in theology at St Mary's University, Twickenham. Helen taught for many years at the Jesuit, Heythrop College in the University of London.
Fr James Crampsey will look in-depth at the Sermon on the Mount in
the Gospel of Matthew.
What does this key teaching of Jesus tell us about his mission and his call to all his followers both in his day and for us all today.
James Crampsey is a regular presenter at Living Theology and used to lecture in Scripture at Heythrop College, University of London.
From Cecil B. DeMille's King of Kings to Man of Steel, Fr Kensy will
take us on a tour of portrayals of Christ and Christ-like figures in
Kensy Joseph SJ is a British Jesuit from India who is currently priest-chaplain at St Aloysius College, Glasgow. He suggests this course will be more Hollywood than Bollywood!
24-26 May 2019Living Theology is offered to anyone who is interested in studying the Christian faith.
The course on The Letters of St Paul by Anne Faulkner is the plenary course for all participants.
You are invited to choose two out of the other three courses. (All will be revealed on the application form.)
We ask for an offering of £46 which includes the courses, refreshments and a sandwich lunch on Saturday and Sunday. For anyone who would find this donation difficult but would like to come along, do let us know and we can arrange a bursary. This is particularly applicable to students and young people.
The course ends with an optional Sunday Eucharist.