The St. Thomas Aquinas Theological and Catechetical Forum at Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., will host its annual conference from February 14-15, 2014, the College announced.
This year's conference is titled "Modern Man: Who Are We Evangelizing and Why?" Talks will be given by Fr. Albert Trudel, O.P., on "The Role of Beauty and the Arts in Pre-Evangelization;" Sr. Thomas More, O.P., on "The Catholic Imagination and the Renewal of Culture;" Dr. Ralph Martin on "The New Evangelization: Why Bother;" Dr. Bradley Peper on "De catechizandis rudibus: Augustine and the New Evangelization;" and Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B., on "Evangelizing in a Post-Modern World."
Aquinas College reports:
Each year, the St. Thomas Aquinas Theological & Catechetical Forum offers a weekend of intensive study of a particular area of theological interest. Led by Aquinas College faculty members and other distinguished scholars, the Forum unites academic study, discussion, and the liturgy of the Church. Attendance can be counted toward hours needed for diocesan catechist certification programs.
Those wishing to register for the conference can do so here.
Audio and photos from the 2013 Forum on "Genesis: Chance or Purpose" and the 2012 Forum on "Faith & Reason" are available online here.
Aquinas College is recommended in The Newman Guide for its strong Catholic identity.
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