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  • 03/01/2024 1:35 PM | Anonymous
    • The Thirteenth-Century Debates on Human Freedom seminar will take place at Schloss St Emmeram, Regensburg, Germany, from Wednesday, July 3, to Sunday, July 7, 2024. Organized by Institutum Studiorum Dominicanorum from the University of Fribourg in Switzerland and Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome in partnership with the Thomistic Institute, this seminar explores the thought of 13th-century philosophers and theologians on the nature of human freedom. We are looking for applications from graduate students and postdocs of various disciplines who have a serious interest in medieval thought. More information

    • The Thomistic Institute’s Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Thomistic Christology will take place at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC, from July 29 - August 3, 2024. Our graduate colloquia provide emerging scholars from various Ph.D. programs the opportunity to meet and collaborate with fellow young scholars. Additionally, participants can benefit from the wisdom and guidance of senior scholars. We are looking for applications from current Ph.D. students in philosophy, theology, and related fields. More information.  

    The application deadline for both events is March 15, 2024. Please disregard the application deadline listed on the Regensburg poster and webpage.  

  • 02/21/2024 3:19 PM | Elizabeth Groppe

    The University of Dayton is accepting applications for our Campus Ministry Graduate Assistant program. Campus Ministry GAs serve undergraduate students by journeying with them to cultivate faith, foster spiritual growth, and form Christian leaders through spiritual mentoring and discipleship, leading small groups, facilitating retreats, planning worship, coordinating service and justice initiatives, and more. Each GA has a unique ministerial portfolio, is mentored by a seasoned campus minister, and engages in a holistic ministerial formation. Assistantship covers tuition for the MA in Theology or Pastoral Ministry, room and board for 2 years, and a stipend. Positions are filled on a rolling basis, beginning in February. 

  • 02/21/2024 12:49 PM | Anonymous

    Join Michael Ossorgin on the Russian Question with renowned scholar and theologian Terrence Tilley to discuss his book The Karamazov Case: Dostoevsky’s Argument for His Vision. Tilley’s book uncovers the polyphonic novel’s hidden layers, revealing religious, philosophical, and social insights. Tilley’s book transcends traditional approaches, offering a deeper understanding of unity, hope, and sacramental themes.

    Orthodox Christian Studies Center events are free and open to the public

    See The Russia Question

  • 02/19/2024 5:49 PM | Sonia da Silva Monteiro

    Fordham's ongoing TR project – "Taking Responsibility: Jesuit Educational Institutions Confront the Causes and Legacy of Clergy Sexual Abuse" – is sponsoring two webinars this spring

    We hope you will consider joining us for one or both. Details below.

    Part I: Memorializing Clergy Sexual Abuse-- March 18, 12pm-1:30pm ET

    An interdisciplinary conversation about ethics, means, and the meanings of public memorials related to clergy sexual abuse.

    In this webinar, three scholars will explore questions about whether, when, and how communities can contend–together, as communities–with the history and memory of the Roman Catholic clergy sex abuse crisis. With expertise in trauma studies, liturgy, theology, and history, our panelists ask about the ethics, means, and meanings of various efforts to remember clergy sex abuse, as well as those who suffered and defied it. 

    Part II: Whose Stories Are They? Catholic Sex Abuse Records and the Issue of Transparency-- April 10, 4:30pm-6pm ET

    Springing from a recent legal settlement that promised an Abuse Documents Archive in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, this webinar asks questions about the meanings, limits, and promise of “transparency” in the effort to understand and ameliorate the Catholic clergy abuse crisis. 

    What is to be learned, gained, and achieved in opening up the archives of Catholic sex abuse? What kind of healing follows from transparency, if any? Beyond respecting the wishes of survivors who prefer privacy, are there any other limitations to consider? What does transparency have to do with Catholic theology or with the practices and disciplines of Catholic experience? 

    Join us as four experts–an archivist, a canon lawyer, a survivors' attorney, and an historian–tackle these and related questions.

    Free and open to the public. Registration is required.

    For additional information, please contact 

    Co-sponsored by the Department of Theology, Fordham and the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies.

  • 02/13/2024 9:55 AM | Anonymous

    The CTSA remembers and prays for longstanding member M. Theresa Moser, RSCJ, who died early this morning, Friday, February 9.  Theresa served as the CTSA Secretary from 2004 - 2013, and as interim secretary in 2018.

    Eternal rest grant unto Theresa, O Lord,
    and let perpetual light shine upon her.
    May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed,
    through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen

    Funeral arrangements are pending.
  • 02/08/2024 1:29 PM | Stephanie Wong (Administrator)

    Villanova U. is again accepting applications for our Graduate Resident Ministry program.  If you know of current seniors or recent alums who may be discerning a path in ministry, please consider suggesting it to them.  It offers mentoring in a variety of ministry experiences partially tailored to the interests of each student while also providing full-tuition for a 48-credit M.A. in Ministry and Theology, room & board for 2 years, and a $12K/year living stipend.  The deadline for priority consideration is February 1st, but applications received in March and April will still be considered.

  • 01/30/2024 2:08 PM | B. Kevin Brown

    Last year the CTSA Board recommended that, following the publication of this year's volume of the CTSA Proceedings, I begin to share with the CTSA membership some of the Proceedings readership data that I share with the Board in my semi-annual editor's reports. Please find readership data for November and December 2023 below. As a reminder, every volume of the CTSA Proceedings is available online at

    Readership Data For November 

    Readership Data for December 2023

  • 01/10/2024 11:57 AM | Anonymous

    John Sheveland, editor,  Theology in a Post-Traumatic Church

    Richard Gaillardetz, Ecclesiology for a Global Church: A People Called and Sent, revised edition

    Ilia DelioThe Not-Yet God: Carl Jung, Teilhard de Chardin and the Relational Whole

    Daniel HoranEngaging Thomas Merton: Spirituality, Justice, and Racism

    Rosemary CarbineNevertheless, We Persist: A Feminist Public Theology

    Leo GuardadoChurch as Sanctuary: Reconstructing Refuge in an Age of Forced Displacement

  • 01/05/2024 2:26 PM | Erin Lothes Biviano

    On behalf of the American Meteorological Society Committee on Spirituality, Multifaith Outreach, and Science (COSMOS), you are invited to: Bridging Spirituality, Faith, and Science for Weather and Climate Resilience: A Community Gathering, February 1st from 11am-2pm ET at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor, with lunch: is a free and in-person only event (you do not have to register for the Annual Meeting to attend).

    Contact: Erin Lothes or 

    Carlos J. Martinez, PhD, organizer

    AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow | National Science Foundation


  • 01/04/2024 5:50 AM | Hosffman Ospino (Administrator)

    The Formación Continua team at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry extends an invitation to participate in the upcoming Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Toward a Constitutively Synodal Church, which will take place during March 2024. You can register now! (follow the link above). The course is an effort to invite Catholics throughout the world to learn more about synodality and prepare more intentionally for the Second Session of the XVI Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops this year.

    The project is firmly supported by major Catholic networks and organizations, several conferences of Catholic bishops, and theologians working in various academic institutions worldwide. The course will be offered simultaneously in seven languages, without cost and asynchronously. The previous two MOOCs on synodality developed by this team engaged more than 100,000 people in all continents. 

    Instructors/Speakers include Card. Jean-Claude Hollerich SJ, Timothy Radcliffe, OP, Piero Coda, Arturo Sosa, SJ, James Keenan, SJ, Gilles Routhier, Rafael Luciani, Alphonse Borras, Nathalie Becquart, XMCJ, Catherine Clifford, Hosffman Ospino, Serena Noceti, Phyllis Zagano, Dario Vitali, César Kuzma, Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ, Carlos Schickendantz, Myriam Wijlens, Agenor Brighenti, among several others.

    For any questions about the course, please reach directly to Dr. Rafael Luciani (, theological consultant for the Synod on Synodality. Share the information with others who may be interested.

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