Browsing: Eastern Catholic Theology

urce: Lumen Christi Institute Introduction to Liturgical Mystagogy Daniel Galadza (University of Regensburg) Thursday, September 3 | 7:00 p.m. CDT (GMT -5) REGISTER HERE Free and open to the public. This event will be presented on Zoom (registration required), and live-streamed on YouTube. This event is presented as part of a Fall webinar lecture series on “Eastern Catholic Theology in Action.” From the fourth to eighth centuries, liturgical commentaries flourished to explain the meaning of the sacramental life of the Church. Notably after the fourth century, the tradition of Jerusalem developed another genre for mystagogy, namely hymnography. As part of the structure of…

Source: Lumen Christi Institute Through the Summer Quarter, the Lumen Christi Institute presented a weekly live-webinar series on “Reason and Beauty in Renaissance Christian Thought and Culture,” in collaboration with the American Cusanus Society. This programming continued to feed the intellectual curiosity of thousands of eager students, faculty, and life-long learners around the globe. The Lumen Christi Institute is proud to announce that our regular online programming in the Catholic intellectual tradition will return in September, extending into the Fall academic quarter. The Lumen Christi Institute and the Godbearer Institute are proud to present a new live-webinar series on “Eastern Catholic Theology in Action.” Seminars will be held on Thursdays, starting…