Friday, December 18, 2015

Lectures on the Church Fathers

This morning while exercising I listened to lecture 8, St. John of Damascus, series on Early Church Fathers, held at St. Mary's Summer School in Lake Forest, IL in 2014. The lecturer, who is not a priest or deacon but a business man, is so good, I listened to all 8.  Then I find there was another series in 2015, which I'll have to look at.

The lecturer Charles H. Craigmile holds an undergraduate degree in philosophy, with minors in Latin and Greek from the University of St. Thomas, an MA in philosophy from DePaul University, and an MBA from JL Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.   Charles has also completed three-years’ course work toward a graduate degree in Theology at the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein.  Over the last 25 years, Charles has taught Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) programs across the Chicago area and led summer programs in recent years at Church of Saint Mary in Lake Forest. He is President and CEO of Revenova, LLC, the leading Cloud based Transportation Management Application built on the platform. Previously, he was President and CEO of Forseva which he sold to Equifax in 2014.

The summer 2015 series:

#1 Framework for Catholic Social Teaching:  Faith, Morals and The Universal Call to Holiness
Tuesday, June 23rd (Grotto)
#2  The Dignity of the Human Person as the Foundation of Catholic Social Teaching:  Secular and Catholic Perspectives
Tuesday, June 30th (Stuart Community Room)
#3 Human Sexuality Part One:  Authentic Love in Truth
Tuesday, July 7th (Stuart Community Room)
#4 Human Sexuality Part Two:  Authentic Love in Truth
Tuesday, July 14th (Stuart Community Room)
#5 Medical Ethics:  New Technologies and the Promotion of Human Dignity
Tuesday, July 21st (Stuart Community Room)     
#6 Core Principles of Catholic Social Teaching on the Political Economy
Tuesday, July 28th (Stuart Community Room)        
#7 Catholic Social Teaching and Public Policy:  Core Principles’ Application to Contemporary Policy

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