The ‘Christianity and Culture in Rome’ course aims to form University professors, administrators, and staff in their knowledge and appreciation of the fundamental role that Christianity has played in the formation of Western civilization, and to thus better equip them for the challenges of the new evangelization of contemporary culture. It attains these ends through three principal means:
Fr. Sameer Advani, LC
July 17-27, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. daily
Program (To Be Confirm)
2. Christianity as culture
3. The historical development of Christianity and its construction of a Christian culture
2. The drama of human existence
2. Principles to judge the human act.
The foundation of a new Christian civilization: the monasteries
2. The Christian development of science.
3. Challenges of current scientific visions of the world.
The triumph of the Church and the Christian world.
The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel
2. Does a Christian economic or political system exist? Principles for social action
St Mary Major, St John Lateran, Church of the Holy Cross
Basilica of Mary of the Angels
2. Engagement with the modern world: philosophical and theological principles of dialogue