This online series will look at not only what Catholics believe, but how it is that they got there. How did Catholics get from hints at the plurality of God in the Scriptures to the doctrine of the Trinity? How did the early Church first work out the knotty question of who Jesus Christ was? What about the idea of Seven Sacraments? Of purgatory? Or the Virgin Birth? And of countless other questions. In offering this Introduction to Catholic Theology we will look at the role of theology in Catholic history and see how human beings – both inspired and not so inspired –tried to articulate infinite truths into finite language. This series hopes to re-kindle an interest, and even love, in the mysteries of the Catholic faith.

“What is unknown cannot be loved”
St Thomas Aquinas, ‘De Trinitate’ 10.1:2

Presenter:

  • Mrs Natasha Petrakos, MA Th, BLibA, AMusA Musicianship.

Cost:

  • $95

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For any enquiries, contact Natasha Petrakos (0431 237 613) or animaeducation@animanetwork.org

Monday, July 11, 2022
7:00pm – 9:00pm

Venue

Online. Zoom links will be sent after registration.

Consecutive Dates

    Monday, July 11, 2022 7:00pm

    Monday, July 18, 2022 7:00pm