Theology 6Theology 7Theology 8Theology 9 - God's Revelation in Sacred Scripture Part 1 (Hebrew Scriptures)Theology 10 - God's Revelation in Sacred Scripture Part 2 (New Testament)Theology 11 - Morality and SacramentsTheology 12 - Discipleship and Discernment, Saints, Sages and Sinners, Interreligious Dialogue, Social Justice
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Course Description

Juniors take both semester length courses:

CATHOLIC MORALITY - This semester course explores what it means to be a morally mature Christian.  The goal of the course is to provide a framework for making good moral choices within the tradition and teachings of the Catholic faith.  Students have an opportunity to examine their own moral growth and development as well as specific moral issues that face us both individually and as a society.

LIVING SACRAMENTSThis semester course stresses the notion of the sacramentality of all human experience.  Through an examination of personal concepts of God, prayer, sign, symbol, ritual, as well as the history and current theology of the seven sacraments, students have an opportunity to examine the presence of God in all of life.





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