SEMINARS

The St. Lawrence Institute for Faith and Culture offers a number of seminars in theology as well as other areas of Catholic thought. In addition, the School of Faith provides catechetical seminars and Scripture studies for those looking to understand the fundamentals of the Catholic faith. Undergraduates of any faith are invited to come learn the riches of the Church's thought.

FALL 2017

AQUINAS AND MODERN PHILOSOPHY

Thursdays @ 6pm   | St. Lawrence Living Room with Dr. Luke Murray

Come for a meal and drink on Thursday nights and explore the fundamental philosophy that underlines much of modern thought on campus and in the modern world. Dr. Murray will guide you with the eye of St. Thomas Aquinas at what is good, bad, and odd about the way we think today. If you ever felt lost reconciling your faith to the modern world, this is the seminar for you!


Graduate seminar:

Contemporary Catholic Thought

Time & Day TBD | St. Lawrence Rectory with Murray, Callahan, & Fr. Mitchel

This bi-weekly seminar meets to discuss the greatest contemporary Catholic thought. Students are provided books to aid our discussion. While this seminar, like all St. Lawrence seminars, is free, spaces are limited.


School of Faith Catechetical seminars

Catechism i: creed

Sundays @ 6:45pm with Chad Pirotte

Catechism iII: morality & Virtue

Sundays @ 6:45pm with Mike Scherschligt