Rome | 2014
"Ecumenical & Interreligious Movements from a Catholic Perspective"
23 June to 11 July 2014
Centro Pro Unione, an ecumenical and interreligious research and action center based in Rome, Italy, which is a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, announces that its annual summer course will take place from June 23-July 11, 2014. The course, “Ecumenical and Interreligious Movements from a Catholic Perspective,” will offer a historical and theological overview of the issues that divide Christians as well as the bonds that unite them. The program also will explore relations with other religious traditions.
The faculty includes, but is not limited to, staff members of the Centro Pro Unione (Rome) and the Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute (New York).
The Course is “Recognized and Endorsed” by the Graduate Theological Foundation (USA) which can grant up to six graduate credits for qualified graduate students.
Topics covered in each of the weeks included “Reformation--Both Protestant & Catholic, “From Division to Dialogue” and “Christians and World Faith Traditions.” The course includes lectures on ecumenical and interreligious relations, prayer, local excursions in Rome and participation in the Papal Mass of the Pallium on the Feast of St. Peter and Paul, June 29. The course is recognized and endorsed by the Graduate Theological Foundation (USA), which can grant up to six graduate credits for qualified students.
The Centro Pro Unione is located on the historic Piazza Navona in the heart of Rome.