This course invites creative thought and theological analysis of the priesthood as a discipleship of equals.
This course presents the spiritual legacy of women mystics and leaders through the ages: Julian of Norwich, Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Joan of Arc,Teresa of Avila, Kateri Tekakwitha, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Thea Bowman and many more
The life stories and legends of these wise spiritual friends reveal an unforgettable treasury of mystical faith, courageous deeds, miraculous healings and compassionate care that still inspire after the passage of centuries.
This course provides an overview of the history of women’s ordination in the Catholic Church and addresses the motivation, preparation, spirituality and ministry of Catholic womenpriests.
Students will be able to outline the main stages of development in women’s involvement in Christian ministry. They will gain a professional grasp of the correct rules for assessing what is and is not genuine Christian tradition.
A study of the growth of Christianity from a persecuted sect of Judaism to the establishment of Christianity as the approved religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century and its expansion to whole Roman Empire and the Far East including its engagement with Islam beginning in the seventh and eighth century.
A study of the medieval church in the context of medieval society from about 750 to 1400 ce.
This course will study the history of the Christian Church from the Reformation (1517 ce) to the present.

This course critically examines the relationship between Christian theology and broad philosophical concepts, and interrogates the compatibility of Christian philosophical precepts and the rigor and quest of logic and reason.