On September 18, Michael Cameron, Will Deming, and Rev. Tom Hosinski, C.S.C., theology, offered the opening session in St. Pius X Parish’s “Family Open Forum,” a year-long partnership between the University’s master of arts in pastoral ministry program and theology department and St. Pius X Parish. Jaime Sevilla, director of Latino ministries at St. Pius and a second-year student in the MAPM program, designed the program to bring the Spanish and English speaking communities together in addressing central controversial issues of the Catholic theological tradition that sometimes confuse today’s faithful.
Cameron, Deming, and Hosinski presented initial overviews of their theological sub-disciplines, and then responded to questions from the audience of 260 parishioners about the origins of the universe and human beings from historical, biblical, and scientific perspectives. The event marks a milestone in an evolving, mutually enriching relationship between the University’s graduate pastoral ministry program and the rapidly growing Latino Catholic community. Sessions will continue every other month until September 2016.
For more information, contact the theology department at 7274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.