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Here at Saint Leo University you will find a challenging, faith-filled environment for graduate studies and professional development in Theology. Our dedicated faculty combines dedication to the Church with excellence in teaching and scholarly rigor in a student-centered manner that embodies the age old "faith seeking understanding" model for Theological studies.
Employment opportunity with SLU graduate.
Middle School religious Education Coordinator. For more information see link below or contact: Carmen Cayon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 813-961-3023, ext 3337.
Middle School Religious Education Coordinator, Full-time at St. Paul Parish in Tampa – Diocese of Saint Petersburg (dosp.org)
Scholarship Opportunity for graduate students:
Vatican Conference on HealthCare- for information check out the link below
Please join us for our webinar for religion students- Thursday March 18 from 6:45-7:15pm on- “Why the Trinity Matters Anymore” with Dr. Thomas Humphries.
Ever wondered what the fourth century creeds and debates about the Father, Son, Spirit, and Church have to do with being Christian today? Participate in this short session to think and pray more about it.
Roundtable on why Youth are Leaving the Church and What Can be Done About it.
Saint Leo Theology Department is Partnering with Dynamic Catholic to offer a Summer Book Club with author and speaker- Allen Hunt in August. See flyer for more info or to RSVP
Summer webinar on Praying the Liturgy of the Hours with Brother Lucius O.S.B. and Dr. Thomas Humphries July 14 at 7pm. See file for more info or to RSVP
MA gratuate, Nicol Auguste to deliver online retreat series beginning July 7 on Spirituality and Rome's Female Saints For more information click here:
Free online seminar on the Christian Family and Marriage October 3 7-8pm EST
Diocesan Youth Ministers meet At Saint Leo to Hear Bishop Parkes' Vision of Youth Ministry
dr. Matthew Tapie Presenting to the deacons of the diocese of st. pete on Catholic- Jewish Relations
MA graduate Angel bradford honored
COnference of interest to graduate students:
The topic is “Person, Soul and Consciousness: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives,” which includes bioethics, person and law, divine personhood, person and embodied cognition and other topics. The Colloquium will be held July 12-15, 2017, at St. Albert’s Priory in Oakland, California. The featured speakers include Lawrence Feingold, Thomas Hünefeldt, Steven Long, Nancey Murphy, David Oderberg, Ted Peters, Markus Rothhaar, Richard Schenk, OP, D.C. Schindler, Michael Sherwin, OP, Eleonore Stump, and Thomas Weinandy, OFM. Cap.
Dr. Tapie with Pope Francis' close friend and partner in inter-religious dialogue, Rabbi Skorka at SLU
Professor Taggart with Pope Francis at the international council of Christians and Jews
Fr. Michael Cooper and pilgrims / students on his Study abroad trip to Ireland
members of our department meet with bishop lynch to discuss pope Francis' Encyclical evangelii gaudium