The four-session course will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles that govern Catholic moral theology. It will treat (1) the human person created in the divine image and destined for union with God and eternal happiness; (2) the dignity of the human person as the foundation for the Church’s social justice teaching; (3) the human person as a sexual being called to live relationally and chastely as a visible witness of Christian love; and (4) contemporary moral and social issues surrounding life and death. the Catechism of the Catholic Church (2nd edition) is the basic text.
Course Presenter: Stephen Bujno, M.A., M.A., Ph.D (CAND.) – Professor Bujno has advanced degrees in Philosophical Anthropology, Moral Theology and studies Political and Social Thought (Cultural Studies). He teaches Faith and Justice at St. Joseph’s University, Ethics and Morality at Northampton, and Graduate Moral Theology and Bioethics at St. Joseph’s College, Maine. His theological studies have focused on social justice and human sexuality. He is also a professionally trained artist who works with his wife Tina in her studio. The have 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren.
To Register: For credit towards the Catechist Certificate, register through the School of Theological Studies, Catechetical Institute, on the seminary website: http://www.scs.edu/school-theoligicalstudies/catechetical-institute no later that March 25, 2019. Course Fee: $60.00
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