The Center for Catholic Studies is pleased to offer the following courses through the 2023-2024 year:
Christian Anthropology and Theology of the Body: Basic and Advanced. Instructor: Jennifer Prather, MTS
Anthropology is the study of humans - what does the Church teach about the meaning of being a human person? These courses, taught by Jennifer Prather, MTS, will give you an entirely new perspective on Adam and Eve, Original Sin, and modern life.
Jennifer is a high school teacher and, throughout her classes, she offers valuable insight into how to approach young people about these issues.
The Science and Art of Spiritual Accompaniment. Instructor: Paula Hunter
In the Catholic tradition, accompaniment is a form of evangelization. It means to journey with others as they move through life transitions, as they find their way toward responding to the Lord’s call. Sometimes acting as guide, sometimes as companion, advocate, or teacher, the one who accompanies builds a bridge between doubt, fear, and loss, to the deep love and meaning found in Church teaching.
Overview of the Church Fathers
Instructor: Father DB Thompson, JCL, MA
More details to come! Coming Spring 2024.
For more information, contact the Office of Religious Education at 337-439-7400 x200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the form below to register.