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“If God is everywhere, what is the place of the Church”
PAST -- Sunday, March 14, 2010 -- PAST
Location: Holy Wisdon Monastery
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Roger Haight, SJ (73) entered the Jesuits in 1954, was ordained a priest in 1967, and has been a renown theology professor. He has taught and written extensively on systematic theology, Christology, and ecclesiology. Until 2000, he taught at the Jesuit's Weston School of Theology at Harvard and has been an adjunct professor and lecturer at Union Theology Seminary since 2004. He is also past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America and has received numerous awards for his thought-provoking publications and articles. His most recent books includeJesus: Symbol of God (1999) for which he won first prize in theology from the Catholic Press Association, a three volume work on Christian Community in History (2004, 2005, & 2008), Future of Christology (2007), Dynamics in Theology (2001), among others. He frequently contributes to Theological Studies. The Vatican under Joseph Ratzinger (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) has investigated Haight since 1999 and has increasingly applied various forms of censure on this reputable scholar's works. Haight's scholarship complies with the thinking and spirit of Vatican II in responding to the non-Euro-centric needs in a changing world that confronts the Vatican's opposition to pluralism.
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