MAM/MTS Fall 2019 Course Registration

All courses are three credits. The MAM Field Education is three credits per semester. For information on tuition and fees please visit:
https://www.sjs.edu/mam-mts-tuition-and-fees


THPT500 NEW EVANGELIZATION/PASTORAL THEOLOGY (MAM/MTS Core)
Holiness is oriented to meeting the needs of the contemporary world, which requires a sophisticated understanding of the mission field. This course will examine the mission field in detail, while directing attention to the true nature of Christian mission: finding our identity within the universal mission of the Incarnate Son. The second half of this course looks at the theological underpinning to pastoral ministry: the theology of a parish, roles of the ordained and lay, mission effectiveness and best practices in pastoral settings.
Dr. A. Franks/Dr. A. Lingertat (Th 5:00-7:00pm)


OT500 SURVEY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT (MAM/MTS Core)
This course will provide a survey of significant texts, historical events and theological themes in the narrative, prophetic, and wisdom writings of the Old Testament. Additionally, students will be introduced to the principles of the Catholic biblical interpretation as articulated in the ecclesial documents Dei Verbum and The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church.
Rev. P. Grover, O.M.V. (Th 7:30-9:30pm)


TH500 FUNDAMENTAL THEOLOGY (MAM/MTS Core)
This course concentrates on the fundamental concerns present in all theological inquiry. The goal is to assist the student to elaborate a theology of revelation, a theology of faith, a theology of tradition, and a theology of Sacred Scripture.
Rev. P. Ritt (Sat 8:30am to 12:30pm)
Dates: 9/7, 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 12/7, 12/21


FC300 MTS COLLOQUIUM (MTS Core)
This colloquium provides the keystone of the MTS formation program, during which important classical and modern works of theology and spirituality, great books of Western civilization (philosophy, literature), significant Church documents, great works of painting and music, and evangelically fruitful psychology and sociology will be explored. The Colloquium occurs nine times a year for two years (years A and B). A student can begin the two-year cycle with either year A or year B. The course is graded on a Pass/Fail grading scheme, and is required of MTS students in their first two years. (Sat 9:00am-1:00pm)
Dates: 9/14, 10/26, 11/23, 12/14


MAM FORMATION
(Sat 9:00am-1:00pm)
Dates: 9/14, 10/26, 11/23, 12/14


MAM FIELD EDUCATION