Catholic Action is held every Sunday from 7pm to 8pm in the Saint Paul Cathedral Social Hall. This Sunday, March 3, don’t miss this last chance to join us before spring break. You will gain insight into the topic “How to Make a Good Confession” which is important to know, especially during Lent. Bring a [...]
Category Archive for 'Theology'
Wednesday, December 7, 2011, 7:30-8:30pm, Gailliot Center for Newman Studies 211 N. Dithridge Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 – one block north of the Oratory The National Institute for Newman Studies is pleased to welcome all university students, faculty and staff to its first annual lecture on the spirituality of Blessed John Henry Newman. Dr. Kevin [...]
Monday, 10/24, 5:30pm, Stever Hall Dining Room All students are welcome to stop in for a thoughtful and tasty evening as we welcome Mr. Mark Shea to CMU. As a writer on Catholicism and culture, and an occasional freelance actor, he has more than a few interesting observations on the interplay between classical drama – [...]
As registration for the spring semester approaches, the Newman Center is pleased to announce that we will again host a theology course for credit, entitled “Called to Communion.” The course is offered through the National Institute of Newman Studies, located here in Oakland, in affiliation with Duquesne University, and is taught by Mr. Damon McGraw, [...]
or “Is Jihad in the Bible?” Monday, September 12, 6:45-8:00pm, Heinz Memorial Chapel As the world marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 violence, and some recall Pope Benedict XVI’s Regensburg Address five years ago, Dr. Scott Hahn, Ph.D. is joining us Monday evening to discuss and work through some of the thorny questions involved [...]
Do you ever wonder what the real meaning of romantic love is, what it’s really for? Do you ever wonder why it seems so unclear and hard to achieve, in any context, despite all best efforts? Or why of all things your love life seems to be the thing you most want, but have the [...]