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From: Monsignor James Schillinger, Director, Ongoing Formation of Priests
The Institute of Continuing Theological Education (ICTE) at the North American College campus in Rome will be offering a web-based series of lectures that may be interesting to you. This is a great opportunity for continuing formation during this COVID-19 period.
The Master’s Gallery Rome will be offering a lecture series entitled “The Keys to Religious Rome.” The lecture series will explore the most frequently asked questions about Christianity in Rome. Elizabeth Lev and Gregory DiPippo will look at sources, art, tradition and monuments to help give you a better understanding and appreciation of Christian history in the Eternal City. Lectures are donation based.
What Is Not To Love About Mary? Rome’s Devotion to the Blessed Virgin through Art
Monday, January 25
Were There Martyrs in The Colosseum? Context and Confusion Regarding Early Christian Persecution
Monday, February 8
Who Died and Made You Pope? Peter, the Papacy and All That Pomp
Monday, February 22
Virgin Martyrs of Rome: Victims or Heroes? Women’s Liberation in the Early Church
Monday, March 8
The Catacombs: Cemetery or Sanctuary? Exploring Rome’s Christian Underground
Monday, March 22
What is the “Scandal of the Cross”? The Problem of Portraying the Crucifixion
Monday, March 29
All talks begin at noon EST. Sign up at https://mastersgalleryrome.teachable.com/