Salvation History II
Nov
7
8:45 am08:45

Salvation History II

  • Diocese of New Ulm Pastoral Center

Mr. Dan Wambeke, M.T.S.

Having laid a general overview of God's plan and salvation history, this day will trace in greater detail the main figures in Salvation History, more detail on the Davidic Kingdom, and the Major Prophets (especially Isaiah's portrayal of the Suffering Servant 42), leading to the fullness of revelation in Christ (cf. Heb 1: 1-3; Mk 1).

Salvation History I
Oct
17
8:45 am08:45

Salvation History I

  • Diocese of New Ulm Pastoral Center

Mr. Dan Wambeke, M.T.S.

(cf. Dei Verbum, USCCB Catechism, chapter 2)

Having laid foundations in faith and reason, the divine revelation will be studied in terms of how the transcendent works with human nature to bring it to an understanding of the mystery of God in stages for the permanent covenant God intended (cf. Ex 19:5-6 & Eph 1). The emphasis is upon the divine pedagogy as found in CCC #51-53.

Faith Formation Day
Sep
26
9:00 am09:00

Faith Formation Day

  • St. Catherine Catholic Church

"The Catholic Faith and Religious Orders," presented by Fr. Otto Bettler, OSB, and "Evangelization and Catechesis and Ministry with Hispanics," presented by Hector Obregon-Luna.

Intro to Catholic Philosophy
Sep
19
8:45 am08:45

Intro to Catholic Philosophy

  • Diocese of New Ulm Pastoral Center

Dr. Kevin Rickert

A study of the relationship between faith and reason and how acceptance of revelation works in accord with reason and natural inclinations. Saint John Paul II's encyclical Fides et Ratio will be the point of reference.