Department of Catholic Studies' 20th Anniversary
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Catholic Studies at DePaul! The event includes remarks from Fr. Dennis Holtschneider, an alum, and a current student, plus the announcement of the Prendergast Award winner.
Gathered in My Name: Ecumenism and the World Church
In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a church door in Germany, sparking the Reformation. This April, speakers from India, Nigeria, Brazil, Chile, and Sri Lanka come together for World Catholicism Week 2017 to discuss the Reformation's lingering repercussions in the global South and the efforts there to bridge ecclesial divides.
Mary of Guadalupe: Not Just for Catholics Anymore
As Notre Dame professor and Lutheran minister Maxwell
Johnson explains, over the last 20-30 years, Protestants have
begun to welcome Our Lady of Guadalupe's story into their prayer life and worship. Given
the multicultural dynamic of today's churches (Catholic and Protestant alike), it’s
impossible to dismiss the cultural elements of a person's faith like Mary of Guadalupe—she’s
not just for Catholics anymore.