Catholic Perspectives on Ecumenical and lnterreligious Movements

College University of St. Michael's College, Faculty of Theology
Instructor(s) Attridge, Michael
Course Code SMT3611HY
NOTE: Graduate degree students enrol in SMT6611HY
Semester Full-year
Section 4101
Online No
Credits One Credit
Location Toronto (off-campus location)

This course studies the contemporary ecumenical and interreligious movements from a Roman Catholic perspective. It offers an historical and theological overview of the issues that divide Christians as well as the bonds that unite them. It also explores relations
with other religious traditions. The course is in English and held in Rome at the " Centro Pro Unione" . Students will travel to Rome, participate fully in the lectures, seminars, workshops and excursions organized by the Centro's faculty.

Crosslisted to (1) Historical
Schedule MonTueWedThuFri
Start & End Date Jun 26, 2023 - Jul 14, 2023
Start Time 9:00
End Time 17:00
Minimum Enrolment 8
Maximum Enrolment 8
Enrolment Notes

Course runs June 26 to July 14. Course takes place in Italy

Additional Notes

There are additional costs in addition to regular course fees which fall within the MCU regulations and approval process. For more information, please contact the College Registrar

Means of Evaluation
Currently Offered Summer 2023