Feb 032014
 

LogoThe thirteenth lecture series, sponsored by the Association of Hebrew Catholics and given by Dr. Larry Feingold began on Jan. 29, 2014. The series is entitled: Creation and Covenant. Dr. Feingold is a Credo Advisory Board Member, the AHC Director of Theology, and Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis. The twelve lectures of this series, along with the question/answer sessions, may be listened to or downloaded to your computer at no cost, after they have been posted to our web site. The lecture notes are also posted and may be downloaded. When all the lectures have been given, they will also available from our web store as an mp3 disc.

For those who wish to attend, the lectures are given on Wednesdays, from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Gannon Room of the Cathedral Basilica Rectory. Entrance and parking is on the west (left) side of the Rectory. You may request more information here.

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Oct 012013
 

LogoThe twelfth lecture series, sponsored by the Association of Hebrew Catholics and given by Dr. Larry Feingold began on Sept. 25, 2013. The series is entitled: Introduction to Theology: Faith Seeking Understanding. Dr. Feingold is a Credo Advisory Board Member, the AHC Director of Theology, and Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis. The eleven lectures of this series, along with the question/answer sessions, may be listened to or downloaded to your computer at no cost, after they have been posted to our web site. When all the lectures have been given, they will also available from our web store as an mp3 disc.

For those who wish to attend, the lectures are given on Wednesdays, from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Gannon Room of the Cathedral Basilica Rectory. Entrance and parking is on the west (left) side of the Rectory. You may request more information here.

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Jan 142013
 

LogoThe Spring 2013 lecture series, “Typology: How the Old Testament Prefigures the New”, sponsored by the Association of Hebrew Catholics (AHC) begins on Wednesday Jan. 23. This series, consisting of 14 lectures will beheld in the Gannon Room of the Cathedral Basilica Rectory, every Wednesday from 7-9 PM. Entrance and parking are on the west (left) side of the Rectory. The lectures are of general interest to all Catholics and presented free of charge by Dr. Lawrence Feingold. Dr. Feingold is a Credo Advisory Board Member, the AHC Director of Theology, and Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis.

While there is continuity from one lecture to the next, each lecture in the series can stand alone. You can view the schedule and titles of all lectures, as well as retrieve MP3 podcasts of past lectures here. Call the AHC at 314-535-4242 for additional information.

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Sep 072012
 

The Fall 2012 lecture series, “Sacraments: From the Old Covenant to the New”, sponsored by the Association of Hebrew Catholics (AHC) begins on Wednesday Sept 19. The lectures are held in the Rectory conference room across from the Cathedral Basilica, every Wednesday from 7-9 PM. The lectures are of general interest to Catholics and presented free of charge by Credo Advisory Board Member and AHC Director of Theology, Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis.

While there is continuity from one lecture to the next, each lecture in the series can stand alone. You can view the schedule and titles of all lectures, as well as retrieve MP3 podcasts of past lectures here. Call the AHC at 314-535-4242 for additional information.

 

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Aug 092012
 

Breaking the Spiral of Silence BannerSpiral of Silence: A social phenomenon where, out of a desire to avoid reprisal or rejection, people go along with what they think is the popular opinion – even if they object to that opinion personally. Instead of voicing their objections, they remain silent. In cooperation with the Bishops’ ongoing campaign for religious liberty, the DVD “Breaking the Spiral of Silence” will be shown Monday, August 20th at 7 PM at St. Clare of Assisi followed by a Q & A session with Dr. Ed Hogan, director of Paul VI Institute in St. Louis. Free. Continue reading »

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May 042012
 

Robert Hruley, M.D.Credo President Dr. Robert Hurley is stepping down from the post after five years’ service, but will remain a Board Member. He spent countless hours and a considerable amount of his own money to contribute to the success of Credo. Perhaps his most important contribution was the wisdom and organization he brought to our board meetings. Because of his leadership Credo has become more successful in our efforts to cooperate in the New Evangelization. Dr. Hurley never missed a meeting, always arrived early and had distributed an agenda that covered the important topics we needed to cover. Under his leadership Credo have made a number of strides. For the first time, we have had our slate of speakers in place at the beginning of the year. We established an Advisory Board to help us identify and secure speakers for our Forums; we enhanced our membership process, implemented a new and improved web site, a Facebook page, an e-newsletter to improve our outreach and communication efforts. He certainly deserves our heartfelt thanks for the fine job he did in his years as Credo President. Continue reading »

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Apr 112012
 

Headshot of Robert GeorgeProfessor Robert George of Princeton Law will speak in St. Louis at 6 PM Sunday, November 25th on the outlook for religious freedom in the US. Professor George was recently appointed by House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to the U.S. Commission for International Religious Freedom. Speaker Boehner says “Dr. George is a respected and leading voice for religious freedom, and I’m pleased that he will bring his passion for this issue and legal expertise to the commission.  No person should live in fear of persecution for worshiping as they see fit or be forced by government mandate to disavow or compromise their faith.  He will be a great resource in the House’s effort to defend this fundamental human right.” Continue reading »

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Feb 152012
 

Fr. Michael John WittWe are pleased to announce that the Reverend Michael John Witt has agreed to serve on Credo’s Advisory Board. The Board of Directors look to advisors to help guide our direction and choose speakers. Fr. Witt is Associate Professor of Church History at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, and is a very popular lecturer around town. Fr. Witt last spoke to Credo in 2006 when he gave a talk titled “Christianity under Attack “. And it still is. Continue reading »

Jan 102012
 

Maria Fedoryka, Thomas Storck, Kevin O'Brien, Robert George

We are pleased to announce the 2012 Credo Forums lineup. This year’s program ranges from the philosophy of personhood, to an analysis of our economic institutions, to a visit from a great Catholic literary figure, to an analysis of the election results with respect to what it may mean for our society and our religious liberties. Be sure to save the dates and be sure to share the schedule with your friends.

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