Regis College offers expanded course offerings for the 2014 summer session; see course descriptions below. Class timetable is available here
RGP2051HF Group Spiritual Direction: Together Sharing the Journey - Maureen McDonnell
Develops the theory and practice of group spiritual direction through contemporary authors and through participation in a process of contemplative group spiritual direction
RGP3/6251HF Psychotherapy & Spiritual Direction - Joseph Schner, S.J.
Examines links between psychotherapeutic (depth psychological, humanistic, cognitive behavioural) therapy and spiritual direction theories and practices
RGP3854HF Art, Spirituality, and the Quest for Transcendent Meaning – Claude Meurehg
Studies the spiritual and philosophical thrusts that changed western art during the 19th and early 20th centuries, which reveal the quest for new visual languages to express transcendent meaning
RGT3/6322HF Contemplation in Action - Jack Costello, S.J.
Considers a theology of contemplation as a constitutive dimension of genuine action in the world
RGT3/6631HF The New Evangelisation Imperative - Gill Goulding, C.J.
Explores the understanding of New Evangelization within the Roman Catholic Church, taking the October 2012 Synod of Bishops on the New Evangelization as a starting point and linking it with the work of Pope Francis
If you are interested in taking one or more summer courses, but are not a currently registered student at Regis College or one of the colleges at the Toronto School of Theology, you may apply to Special (Basic) studies in order to take courses. You may also consider applying to one of our degree programs. The application deadline for the summer session is March 15, 2014.
Please consult with your program director about course selection for the summer session, and follow all usual registration procedures.
Students possessing an bachelor's degree from a recognized university with a B- average and currently enrolled in a university level program may apply to transfer courses taken at Regis College into their program with a letter of permission issued by their home institution. These students should apply as special students, after consulting with the Regis College Admissions Assistant.