Theology Update for the Week of October 12

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Dear friends in Christ

On Sunday, October 12, we will have a very special class at 10 am on the fifth floor: a panel discussion of “East Coker,” the second of T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, featuring Heather Cross, David Daniel, and Kari Gold, moderated by Father Daniels. Everyone is welcome to the class, and you will find coffee and tea in the room as well. I recommend you bring a copy of the poem with you; you can find it on the web if, heavens, you don’t already have a handful of copies at your home!

On Wednesday, October 15, the Ethical Wednesdays class will look at how the differences of the structure of the Episcopal and Roman Catholic churches play out in their teachings on migration/immigration. This is a continuation of our study of the statement issued by the Anglican-Roman Catholic theological consultation in the USA on “Ecclesiology and Moral Discernment.” in Andrew Hall, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct 16 (again note, next week, not this), at 12:40 pm on the second floor, I will give an “accelerated” class on both “Burnt Norton” and “East Coker.” The class lasts 40 minutes.

And looking farther ahead: The next “Doctrinal Tuesdays” class on Aquinas on faith will be on October 28 at 6:30 pm And Dante’s Paradiso, cantos 1-17, will be discussed in seminar on Monday, November 17, at 6:15 pm