Term One Anima Education Courses 2011

New 2011 Anima Education courses now open for registration:

Christian Traditions (First Term, 2011, Mondays at Mary Glowrey House)

Many people around us come from other faith traditions within the Christian context: Orthodox, Baptist, Anglican, Lutheran, Pentecostal, etc. How did these traditions arise and how do their beliefs and practices differ from those of the Catholic Church? This topic provides a unique opportunity to explore the beliefs of others with whom we come in contact in the classroom, at work or in everyday life.

“Life in the Spirit”: St Paul to the Romans, Chapters 5-8 (February 5, 2011, St Benedict’s Burwood)

In the first four chapters of his letter to the Romans, St Paul proclaimed that the Righteousness of God was revealed in Jesus Christ to all who had faith. Chapter 5 begins “Since we have been justified by faith…” This one day seminar will look at the next four chapters of this great epistle, to see how Paul taught the Roman Christians to live their new life “in the Spirit”.

About Schütz

I am a PhD candidate & sessional academic at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia. After almost 10 years in ministry as a Lutheran pastor, I was received into the Catholic Church in 2003. I worked for the Archdiocese of Melbourne for 18 years in Ecumenism and Interfaith Relations. I have been editor of Gesher for the Council of Christians & Jews and am guest editor of the historical journal “Footprints”. I have a passion for pilgrimage and pioneered the MacKillop Woods Way.
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One Response to Term One Anima Education Courses 2011

  1. matthias says:

    Thanks for this Schutz. Fr Longnecker on his site discusses the aspects of the Magisteruim office in the interpretion of Scripture as opposed to the denomination that i grew up in ,and it made a lot of sense.

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