Thank you for participating in our Center for Catholic Studies courses. These classes are designed for adult faith formation, to enrich and deepen your understanding of our Catholic Faith.

The classes typically run one class per week over five to six weeks. They are held in the evenings at the Catholic Student Center on the McNeese Campus, 221 Aqua Dr., Lake Charles, LA.

These classes are not for college credit, however catechists can earn hours toward their Catechetical Certification.

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Courses Offered (all courses are $50)
Spring 2019

Dates: Tuesdays: Jan. 29, Feb. 12, 19, and 26
Time: 5:30-7:30pm
Location: Catholic Student Center at McNeese
Instructor: Reverend Nathan Long
Course Description: St. Paul is notoriously misunderstood. St. Peter admitted as much in his own letter (2 Peter 3:15-16). Yet, understanding St. Paul is critical if we are to take seriously the call to evangelize. After all, Paul was the first world-wide evangelizer. Moreover, his epistles are read throughout the year in the Sacred Liturgy. Few pay much attention, and they are rarely given attention from the pulpit. In the interest of making the most of a short time, the approach in this course will be to take 8 keys/keywords to recall the central ideas and themes in Paul. By developing an understanding in these topics, it will better equip the participant to hear and understand the sections of Paul's epistles as they are read at Mass. You'll also find greater ease in reading his letters for personal study and prayer.

Dates: Tuesdays: March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, and 16
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
Location: Catholic Student Center at McNeese
Instructor: Paula Hunter
Course Description: In this course, the student will develop a basic understanding of St Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body, and also of St. Ignatius of Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. We will explore the profound meaning of being human--our purpose and fulfillment. Lecture and discussion topics include but are not limited to: The truth of Trinitarian love Scriptures and Church documents about the nature of the Human Person Some key affective states we experience as we move closer to--or further away from--our ultimate destiny as Human Persons. The most typical resistances men and women feel in spousal and/or friendship relationships.
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