Summer Workshop: Ecclesia de Eucharistia of John Paul II

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Summer Workshop: Ecclesia de Eucharistia of John Paul II

June 12 - June 15

Join workshop presenter Msgr. James Anderson to learn about one of ‘s encyclical: Ecclesia de Eucharistia. Msgr. Anderson is Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary in Houston, TX, USA. He will be joined by workshop presenters Dr. Steven J Meyer, Jessi and Tim Caruthers.

Workshop participants can earn 24 CPE units

9am to 3:30pm Monday through Wednesday at Saint Mary’s Seminary

Continental breakfast and lunch provided

A donation of $75 is suggested to help defray costs, but no one who wants to study John Paul II will be turned away.

Please Register Here.

For more information, contact jp2forum@gmail.com

Here’s a preview of another talk he gave:

About Msgr. James Anderson:

Education
B.A.,1974, University of St. Thomas, Philosophy, Houston; S.T.B., 1977, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; S.T.L., 1979, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; S.T.D., 1988, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome

Experience
1978 Ordained Roman Catholic Priest of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Texas; 1979-81 Parochial Vicar, St. Mary’s of the Miraculous Medal Church, Texas City; 1981-1985 Graduate Study, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; 1985-89 Service in the English Section of the Secretariat of State of His Holiness Pope John Paul II; 1989-90 Instructor in Systematic Theology, School of Theology of the University of St. Thomas at St. Mary’s Seminary; 1990-99 Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, School of Theology of the University of St. Thomas at St. Mary’s Seminary; 1999-2007 Pastor of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Houston; 2007- Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, School of Theology of the University of St. Thomas at St. Mary’s Seminary

 About Dr. Steven J. Meyer

Dr. Steven J. Meyer serves as an assistant professor for the University of St. Thomas School of Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary. He holds a doctorate in Dogmatic Theology from the Pontifical University of St. (the Angelicum) in Rome, Italy (2013) and a Sacred Theological Licenciate from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC.  (2001). He also holds a Master of Arts in Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville (1995) and a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and History from the Franciscan University of Steubenville (1993). A graduate of St. Thomas High in Houston, TX, (1989) Dr. Meyer taught at St. Thomas High School for fourteen years. He has served as an adjunct professor for the University of St. Thomas and taught for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston FTCM and Respect Life programs.

About Mrs. Jessica Caruthers

Education
B.A. – Theology, B.A. Philosophy 2008 Benedictine College; M.A. –Philosophy, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas, Houston 2011; ABD on the philosophical thought of Saint John Paul II.

Experience

2011-2014 Adjunct Philosophy Professor, University of St. Thomas, Houston; 2013-2017 Theology and Philosophy Teacher at Incarnate Word Academy; 2017–present Ethics and Culture and Theology Teacher at Frassati Catholic High School

 

About Mr. Timothy Caruthers:

Education
B.A. – Theology, 2003, University of St. Thomas, Houston; M.A. – Theology, 2012, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

 

Experience
2003-2005 Master of Ceremonies at Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston; 2005-2007 Program Director for the Office for Worship, Archdiocese of Los Angeles & Asst. Master of Ceremonies at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Archdiocese of Los Angeles; 2009 Instituted Acolyte of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston; 2010-present Acolyte Master at Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham, Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter; 2011-present Theology Teacher at St. John XXIII College Preparatory

Details

Start:
June 12
End:
June 15
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Organizer

John Paul II Forum

Venue

St. Mary’s Seminary and University of St. Thomas

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