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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
TST-wide Ecumenical Worship Service during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

All TST students, faculty and staff are welcome! This year's TST-wide ecumenical worship service during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be held at St. Augustine's Seminary in Scarborough. A bus will be available to transport attendees from the St. George Campus to the Seminary for the service. The bus will leave from St. Joseph Street at 1:00 pm and will return to the same location around 5:00 pm. See the attached poster for details.

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Friday, January 25, 2019
What Does it Mean to be Human?

What it means to be human is one of the most important and pressing questions of our day; as we learn more about our world and ourselves, the answer to this question is becoming ever more complex.

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Toronto Christian Scholar Symposium

The Toronto Christian Scholar Symposium is an annual gathering of interdisciplinary scholars of the Christian faith. We aim to foster a community of evangelical academics to reflect on ways to integrate faith and the academy. Through these annual meetings, we provide an avenue for conversations where practical and theoretical issues of expressing faith in research and teaching may be meaningfully explored.

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Thursday, January 31, 2019
Crossroads of Theology Series - Thomas Aquinas’ Theology of Love

Do you enjoy free events? Are you a university student studying in the GTA? Are you a fan of St. Thomas Aquinas? If so, this lecture is for you!

This first lecture in the series “Crossroads of Theology,” is hosted and organized by Regis College theology students.

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Thursday, February 7, 2019
A View from the (Other) Bridge: a Woman’s Perspective on Ignatian Spirituality

For centuries women have been collaborating with the Jesuits in the pastoral practice of the Ignatian spiritual heritage. In doing so they have brought to bear on it a particular creative wisdom born of their own experience. Through the perspective of Mary Ward and other Ignatian women, this lecture explores the questions raised by looking at the heritage from another viewpoint.

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