Sacred Scripture, is a year-long, college-level course on Salvation History divided into two semesters.
Along with T. S. Eliot, Gerard Manley Hopkins is one of the most inﬂuential poets of the past century. A convert to the Catholic faith who became a Jesuit priest, Hopkins’ innovative approach was rooted in medieval theology and philosophy. Join Joseph Pearce as he elucidates the Catholic vision in Hopkins’ poetry.
Not merely a matter of child’s play, the imagination is a power central to the good life while its perversion leads to a waking nightmare. Come examine the nature and role of the imagination and how we can protect and cultivate it in today’s world.
“We all want to live happily; in the whole human race there is no one who does not assent to this proposition, even before it is fully articulated.” – St. Augustine, De Moribus Ecclesiae Catholicae
Get your hiking boots and ascend Old Rag with Dr. Cuddeback! At the summit, he will give a talk on the universal call to holiness and the role of nature in living out that call. This is a challenging hike with rock scrambles and steep grades. This event is for young adults only.