On Friday, March 2nd, Gordon Rixon will present a seminar paper entitled: "Tracing the Path of Lonergan's Hermeneutical Scissors: Configuring the Upper Blade in Divine Wisdom."
Joseph Ogbonnaya will respond before the presenter engages the remaining seminar participants in...
On Wednesday January 24, 2007, Regis ThD student David Reid will present an AD/Faculty seminar paper entitled The Good Bandit: Rethinking the Parable of the Good Shepherd as Anti-violent Rhetoric in John 10. Professor Joseph Plevnik and ThD student Luc Amasou will act as respondents.
On Thursday, January 18th, Carl Starkloff will present a seminar paper entitlted: "Cross-Cultural Theologizing and Lonergan's 'Cumulative and Progressive Results': Some Puzzles"
John Dadosky will respond before the presenter engages the remaining seminar participants in conversation.
The Artists’ Mass at Regis College gathers Catholic artists and others to offer Eucharist for the gift and vocation of art––a celebration where the arts find their proper liturgical roles.
Location:Elliot MacGuigan Hall
Great Hall at Hart House, University of Toronto
Honorary Degree Recipients:
Rev. John Pungente, S.J.
Dr. Walter Tuohy
Dr. Carolyn Tuohy
Mass of Christ the King Time: 4:00pm Location: Elliot MacGuigan Hall
“Till Human Voices Wake Us—Buffy Redux” - Rev. John Pungente, S.J.
John J. Pungente, S.J., has worked in media education for over 40 years. He has co-authored Media Literacy: A Resource Guide (1989), Meet the Media (1990), More than Meets the Eye: Watching TV Watching Us (1999), and Finding God in...
…in Latin, green can be a verb
…to be green in colour…vireo
…to grow or become green…viresco
God is love the way an emerald is green.. Simone Weil
Green: good in all things; good in all green things; in all things, good green; green in all good things; in...
As part of our commitment to aid in the development of a spiritual community of writers at Regis College, we wish to share and respond to some ideas and suggestions we received from those who participated in the group seminar on November 30, 2005. We hope that this feedback to our community...