The Theological Virtue of Faith

Seminars in Catholic Theology | taught by Fr. Robert Bolding

Description

Inspired by the famous gatherings of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis at Oxford’s Eagle and Child pub, these seminars feature a presentation on an influential piece of Catholic literature, conversation, prayer, and glass of your favourite beverage.  Please “Bring your own Beverage” of either beer, wine or soft drink to share.

What does it mean for us to have faith in God, and why is that importat?

In this three-week seminar, Fr. Bolding will lead a discussion on the nature of faith as a supernatural, God-given virtue that is necessary for a relationship with God.

There is no book to purchase for this seminar.


Dates:  Tuesdays

November 5, 12, and 19

Times:  6-8pm

Location: St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, 2312 E. Campbell Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85016.

The Institute Classroom is located to the west of the church, in the parish office building, south of the gift shop, towards Campbell Ave.

Phone: 602-954-9089

Fr. Robert Bolding
Fr. Robert Bolding
ICT Fellow

Fr. Robert Bolding is a priest in the Diocese of Phoenix. He is the President-Rector of St. Mary’s High School, where he has taught and ministered since 2009. Fr. Bolding attended the Pontifical College Josephinum and holds a Master’s degree in education from the University of Notre Dame.

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Session 1
48:01
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Session 2
51:22
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