for a just and inclusive Church
"...an association of Catholic theologians, when they speak in one voice, would be a formidable force in shaping theological reflection in this part of the world, in drawing attention to the real questions that face the Church and our faith, and in evaluating the answers being offered, particularly on theological topics that cry for enlightenment and critical analysis."
Date: March 4, 2023, Saturday
Time: 2-4 PM (In Person/F2F)
Venue: CICM Maryhill School of Theology
Paul Van Parijs Hall
#62 14th Street cor. Gilmore Ave.,
New Manila, Quezon City
Online Conference 2022
2022 DakaTeo Online Theological Interdisciplinarty Conference: “Filipino Religious Faith and Nationalism/Patriotism: Engagement and Disentanglement”
November 10-12, 2022
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WHAT IF: COVID-19 in the Philippines in the Light of the Catholic Social Tradition
Ruben C. Mendoza
First the good news. Until the total lockdown gave way to general and even moderate community quarantine status, the sky was bluer, we had fresher air to breath, rivers and seas were less polluted (some reports indicated that schools of fish could be seen in locations such as the Pasig River to the canals...
TO ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS!
TO SEEK THE ENLIGHTENED ANSWERS!
Challenges During this Pandemic and Beyond
(Into the Post-COVID19 Era)
Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR