Explore the richness of learning, spirituality and action for justice shared by the students and faculty of Regis College and their collaborators in ministry. A series of mini-lectures presented by faculty will probe the breadth of the Catholic theological tradition, the depth of Ignatian Spirituality and the value of each in action for justice.
Displays will provide information about the ministries of some of the College’s many alumni/ae who serve the Church in Toronto and throughout the world. There will be opportunities to tour the College and have informal conversations with program directors and other faculty throughout the day.
Discover Regis College and prepare your mind for just action.
|10:00 am||Registration and Refreshments|
|10:30 am||Welcome and Overview, presented by: Joseph Schner, S.J., President and Gordon Rixon, S.J., Dean
|11:00 am||Me a Theologian: Why Study Theology? presented by Meg Lavin
|11:30 am||Presentation of Programs|
|12:00 pm||Aquinas and the Birth of Capitalism, presented by Gilles Mongeau, S.J.
|1:00 pm||Reflections on the Regis experience: Student Observations
Tour of Regis College
|1:30 pm||A Frightening and Wonderful Mystery: Encountering the Divine in the Ancient Mediterranean, presented by Scott Lewis, S.J.
|2:00 pm||Presentation of Programs|
|2:30 pm||Saint Augustine of Hippo: Confession, Conversion and Sensuality in the Early Middle Ages, presented by Gordon Rixon, S.J.
|3:00 pm||Final Informal Exchange|