Bundle: The Mission of the Church: Theory and Practice + Catholic Social Teaching - 12 CDs Total

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Bundle: The Mission of the Church: Theory and Practice + Catholic Social Teaching - 12 CDs Total

  • Professor, Catholic Theological Union
  • Dean of the Jesuit School of Theology in California
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The Mission of the Church: Theory and Practice
by Fr. Roger Schroeder, S.V.D., D.Miss.

Catholic Social Teaching
by Fr. Thomas Massaro, S.J., Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
The Mission of the Church: Theory and Practice
  • How the Concept of Mission Has Changed: An Introduction
  • Starting with the Big Picture Part I: God's Mission, Reign of God and Table Fellowship
  • Starting with the Big Picture Part II: Jesus Christ the Savior, Mission to All People and the Samaritan Woman
  • The Spirit Leads the Disciples in New Directions: The Biblical Portrait of a Church Missionary by Nature, Parts I, II & III
  • Stories of Mission in the Early Church (100-301): Individual Christians in a Variety of Situations
  • Stories of Mission in the Middle Ages (313-1453): Monks, Nuns, Beguines and Mendicants
  • Stories of Mission in the 16th to 19th Centuries (1492-1914): Prophets, Jesuits, Evangelizers and 'Civilizers'
  • Stories of Mission in the 20th Century (1919-1989): The Emergence of World Christianity
  • Three Documents as Sign Posts for Mission Today: The Why, Who and Where of Mission, Parts I, II & III
  • A Single but Complex Reality: The What of Mission, Parts I, II & III
  • The Mission-Driven Parish: The Spirituality of Mission
  • The Mission-Driven Parish: The Practice of Mission

Catholic Social Teaching
  • Religious Contributions to Public Life
  • Church and Culture: How to Understand the 'Public Church' Approach
  • The History of Catholic Social Teaching
  • The Four Major Sources of Catholic Social Teaching
  • Three Fundamental Themes of Catholic Social Teaching
  • Three Sets of Principles for Social Institutions
  • Three Key Areas of Contemporary Concern
  • Catholic Social Principles and their Applications
  • Catholic Critiques of Capitalism and Socialism
  • The Future of Catholic Social Teaching: Four Continuities to Expect
  • Two New Challenges: The Environment and Globalization
  • Spreading the Word about Catholic Social Teaching
About Your Presenter

Roger Schroeder, S.V.D., is Professor of Intercultural Studies and Ministry and holder of the Bishop Francis X. Ford, MM, Chair of Catholic Missiology at Catholic Theological Union of Chicago. Drawing upon his doctorate in missiology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome and six years of missionary work in Papua New Guinea, Dr. Schroeder assists others in preparing for intercultural ministry through an integration of theory and practice. He teaches the theology of mission and the history of Christianity from a global perspective. He is co-author, with Stephen Bevans, S.V.D., of Constants in Context: A Theology of Mission for Today (2004), and he is author of What is the Mission of the Church? A Guide for Catholics (2008) and Initiation and Religion: A Case Study from the Wosera of Papua New Guinea (1992). Roger Schroeder is a priest in the Society of the Divine Word.

Thomas Massaro, S.J., Ph.D., is Professor of Moral Theology at the Santa Clara University Jesuit School of Theology (JST) in Berkeley, CA. He resumed classroom teaching in the fall of 2017 after serving for four years as Dean of JST.

Fr. Massaro entered the Society of Jesus immediately upon graduation from Amherst College. He earned his doctorate in Christian social ethics from Emory University and taught for 15 years at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and its predecessor, Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge.

His teaching and research interests include Catholic social ethics, theories of economic justice, sociology of religion and the history of Christian political thought. Besides teaching courses on many aspects of Catholic social teaching and the role of religion in public life, Fr. Massaro seeks to maintain a commitment to hands-on social activism. He is a founding member of Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice as well as an active member of two professional societies: the Society of Christian Ethics and the Catholic Theological Society of America.

Fr. Massaro is the author of Living Justice: Catholic Social Teaching in Action, originally published in 2000 and now in its third edition. From 2009 to 2013, he wrote a column in America magazine.

Br. Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., Ph.D., is President of Siena College and the former Vice President for Franciscan Mission at St. Bonaventure University in New York. Previously, he served as Director of the Franciscan Institute and as the Secretary of Holy Name Province. Fr. Coughlin earned a Ph.D. from Catholic University in 1975 and an M.A. from Boston College in 1981.

An expert on St. Bonaventure, Br. Coughlin wrote the introduction for, edited, and annotated volume X of the Works of St. Bonaventure: Writings on the Spiritual Life (Franciscan Institute, 2006) and served for a number of years on the editorial Board for the Bonaventure Texts Series. He has written articles for Blessed Ambiguity: Brothers in the Church, Human Development, Review for Religious, The Cord, and New Theology. Br. Coughlin lectures and has done a variety of programs in the areas of human-spiritual formation, spiritual direction, organizational development, and Franciscan spirituality. He has also served as a process and organizational consultant to a variety of religious communities.

“Brother Ed Coughlin, OFM has a unique gift for sharing the Franciscan intellectual tradition in a scholarly, yet totally accessible, manner. An engaging writer and presenter who brin...

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