Southwest Biblical Conference I - 2016
A morning of life-transforming talks focusing on the role of Scripture in our lives.
Southwest Biblical Conference II - 2017
The theme for this conference was the Incarnation of Christ - God's radical presence in our lives.
Southwest Biblical Conference III - 2018
The theme from this conference was Scripture and Our Transformation in the Christian Life.
Spiritual Life Conference 2018
The 2018 ICT Spiritual Life Conference featured talks by Fr. Nathan Malavolti, TOR, and Fr. John Parks.
Spiritual Life Conference 2019
The 2019 Spiritual Life Conference with Sr. Johanna Paruch, FSGM, Fr. Nathan Malavolti, TOR, and Fr. John Parks, on Holiness and the Common Priesthood of the Faithful.
Spiritual Life Conference 2020
In response to the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Spiritual Life Conference focused on the key issues pertaining to living the spiritual life.
In this lecture, Miss Rizkallah examines the life of St. Ambrose.
This is course, Kenn examines the life of St. Augustine.
St. Augustine - City of God
The course will read and discuss selections from Saint Augustine's great work and will gain a deeper understanding of scripture, theology, history, and spirituality.
St. Bernard of Clairvaux
In this lecture, Miss Rizkallah will examine the life of St. Bernard of Clairvaux.
In this talk, Fr. Clements discusses the life of St. Callistus.
St. Catherine of Siena
In this lecture, Claire examines the life of St. Catherine of Siena.
St. Charles Borromeo
In this lecture, Dr. Ramon examines the life of St. Charles Borromeo.
In this lecture, Brittany examines the life of St. Colette of Corbie.
In this lecture, Sr. Mary David will examine the life of St. Dominic.
St. Edith Stein
In this lecture, Fr. Grimditch will examine the life of St. Edith Stein
St. Gianna Molla
In this session, Claire discusses the life of St. Gianna Molla.
St. Ignatius of Loyola
In this lecture, Fr. Conedera, S.J., examines the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
In this lecture, Simone examines the life of St. Jerome.
St. John Bosco's Philosophy of Discipline
Wonder what others have done to maintain order in their sessions? Start here by reflecting on the discipline techniques used by St. John Bosco.
St. John Damascene
In this lecture, Will examines the life of St. John Damascene.
St. John Henry Newman
In this lecture, Aaron examines the life of St. John Henry Newman.
St. John of God
In this lecture, Fr. Clements examines the life of St. John of God.
St John Vianney - Implications for Priestly Life
In this lecture, Fr. Lankeit discussions the implications of the witness of St. John Vianney for priestly life today.
St. Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio
In this lecture, Bishop Nevares examines the life of St. Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio.
St. Juan Diego
In this lecture, Bishop Nevares examines the life of St. Juan Diego.
St. Katharine Drexel
In this lecture, Dr. Luzarraga examines the life of St. Katharine Drexel.
St. Jose Maria Escriva
In this session, Ryan will examine the life of St. Jose Maria Escriva.
St. Olga of Kiev
In this lecture, Fr. Clements will examine the life of St. Olga of Kiev.
St. Mary of Egypt
In this lecture, Fr. Clements will examine the life of St. Mary of Egypt.
St. Oscar Romero
In this lecture, Dr. Mike examines the life of St. Oscar Romero.
St. Robert Bellarmine
In this lecture, Dr. Ramon examines the life of St. Robert Bellarmine.
St. Teresa of Calcutta
In this lecture, Mary examines the life of St. Teresa of Calcutta.
St. Therese of Lisieux
In this lecture, Fr. Muir will examine the life of St. Therese of Lisieux.
St. Thomas Becket
In this lecture, Fr. Clements will examine the life of St. Thomas Becket.
Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin
In this lecture, Christina examines the life of Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin.
Symposium on Faith, Young People and Vocations
Dr. Bob examines key trends impact the faith of youth in our culture today, and focus on ways to respond to the current crisis of faith within our society.
The 2015 Synod on the Family – A Synopsis
This session provides a summary of the 2015 synod on the family, looking at the actual discussions at the synod and how the Church will move forward from it.
The Annulment Process - Updates
In this lecture, Fr. Fraser will examine updates to the Church’s annulment process.
The Art of Catholic Living - Increasing Trust, Unleashing Joy
In these talks, originally given as a Lenten Mission, Mark Hart of Life Teen International inspires us to a greater life of faith.
The Birth of Christ - A Scriptural Account
In this session, Kevin will break open the Gospel account of the birth of Christ, providing a historical, geographical and spiritual overview of the events surrounding the first Christmas.
The Call of Heroic Catholicism Personal Obstacles and Solutions
In this three part series, Fr. Klockeman examines the call of heroic Catholicism given by Jesus to each person.
The Church in the Modern World
This course will provide an in-depth overview of the purpose of Vatican II's Gaudium et Spes. It will also look at this document's impact since the Council.
The Church of Today and Tomorrow
In this workshop, Dr. Ryan examines the current demographics of faith in the US and the world, and provide a candid analysis of the challenges we face and the reasons to hope.
The Great Divorce and the Four Last Things
This course examines CS Lewis' The Great Divorce, a powerful, exquisitely written fantasy that is a profound meditation on good and evil and what God really offers us.
The Heart of Perfection
In this lecture, Steve and Becky Greene present on the book "The Heart of Perfection" by Colleen Carroll Campbell.
The Human Person and Belief
Fr. Bolding leads a discussion on Christian anthropology (who we are in light of God), connecting that to the cardinal virtues (common to all people) and the theological (God-given) virtues.
The New Evangelization
This course will look at the progression of the New Evangelization from Vatican II through the pontificate of Benedict XVI, with attention given to the contribution of Pope John Paul II.
The Problem of Evil
This course explores the objections to God's existence due to the problem of evil and seeks solutions through the work of C.S. Lewis, St. John Paul II, Karl Rahner S.J., Bruno Hidber, Walter Kasper, St. Thomas and St. Augustine.
The Real Jesus of the Gospels
In this course, we will examine the principle source we have of Jesus' life – the Gospels – and learning about Who He really is and How He can change our lives.
The Liturgical Reform of Vatican II
In these sessions, Fr. Cardó examines the liturgical reform of Vatican II.
The Roots of Postmodern Secularism and Atheism and the Response of Theology
In this course we will discuss the roots of secularism and the response of theology, highlighting Vatican II, Walter Kasper, Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
The School as an Agent of Evangelization
This session examines the purpose of the Catholic school in the Church within the Church's ministry to make disciples of all nations.
The Soul of the Apostolate
This course is based off the renowned book, “The Soul of the Apostolate” by Dom Chautard and focuses on the interior life as a foundation to for all apostolic work.
The Spirit of the Liturgy by Joseph Ratzinger
Fr. Bolding discusses Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's The Spirit of the Liturgy.
The Spiritual Theology of The Screwtape Letters
The course will be composed of a combination of lecture and discussion about the themes of the Screwtape Letters.
The Temperament God Gave You
In this lecture, Nikki gives an overview of the temperaments, as discussed in the book "The Temperament God Gave You."
The Theological Virtue of Faith
In this three-week seminar, Fr. Bolding leads a discussion on the nature of faith as a supernatural, God-given virtue that is necessary for a relationship with God.
Understanding Faith in Light of Vatican II
The course will examine the essential characteristics of faith in light of Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Finally, it will describe how faith is strengthened and lived by lay people in the world today.
Vatican II and the Crisis of Priestly Identity
In these sessions, Dr. Eric will examine the reform of the priesthood at Vatican II and the crisis in its implementation.
What It Means to Be A Christian
In these talks, Simone offers a short lecture on each of Pope Benedict's three sermons that make up his work What it Means to be a Christian.
Will it be Lawful to Be Catholic?
This class will offer a review of the current cases and legal issues of the day that conflict or affirm with the teaching of John Paul II.
Who's Who in the Old Testament - Biblical Covenants
This course will introduce the student to the most significant people and themes of the Old Testament, focusing on Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and David, going to the time of Jesus.