M.A. Thesis Presentations

M.A. Thesis Presentations

All are invited to attend the Patrick F. Taylor Graduate Program in Theology M.A. Thesis Presentations today, Thursday, April 30, 2015. The presentations begin at 8:40am and run through to 4:55pm. Topics range from “Sapere Quae Dei Sunt: Rediscovering Sapiential Exegesis” to “The Role of the Personal Beauty of the Body in Salvation.” 

The schedule of presentations follows below. All presentations will take place in Academic Building Room 1012. 

 

8:40-9:15a                                                                   Sr. Maria Veritas Marks, OP

…………………………..”Sapere Quae Dei Sunt: Rediscovering Sapiential Exegesis”  

9:20-9:55a                                                                                       Angela Mullally

………………………….”The Evil of Contraception and its Consequences in Society” 

10:00-10:35a                                                                                        Nicole Walz

…………………………………..“The Redemptive Value of Suffering in St. John Paul II: An Analysis of Salvifici Doloris 20.3″ 

10:40-11:15a                                                                                   Anthony Janus

………………………….“The Economic Nature and Operation of the Gift of Counsel”

11:20-11:55a                                                                               Andrew Emmans

……………………………………………..”Viator et Via: An Examination of the Sapiential Unity-in-Difference of Theology and Philosophy” 

Break

1:00-1:35p                                                                                    Jeffrey Baynham

………………………………………………..”Mysterium Requiramus: Allegorical Exegesis in Henri De Lubac and Augustine” 

1:40-2:15p                                                                                       Lauren Dionne

…………………………….”The Role of the Personal Beauty of the Body in Salvation”

2:20-2:55p                                                                           AnnaMarie Sanderson

………………………………………“On Book IX of Aquinas’ Commentary on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, Concerning the Properties of Friendship” 

3:00-3:35p                                                                                         Anne Jenkins

……………………………………..”Secular American Culture and the Catholic Church: A Dialogue on the Topic of Homosexuality and Marriage” 

3:40-4:15p                                                                                          Natalia Selin

…………………………………………………………………..“Becoming the Image of Christ”

4:20-4:55p                                                                                   Jeremy Johnston

…………………………………………………..”Merit and the Way of Christian Perfection: A Thomistic Perspective of Lumen Gentium’s ‘Universal Call to Holiness’”