Synonyms for teologico or Related words with teologico
Examples of "teologico"
Corzo, J.L (2011) „Alla Scuola della Parola. Analisi
Essays published in "Archivio
Torinese", (Theological Journal of Turin's Theological Faculty).
76) Mutazione umanistica dell’“avaritia”: da vizio
a virtù civile, in «Rivista di Politica Economica», giugno 1987.
de San Mateo provides theological formation in Spanish language for those discerning for deaconal ministry.
In the following years, with the same editor, he published: "Trattato dell'empietà", "Anatol", "Del pensare breve", "Dialogo
", "Dell'indifferenza in materia di società", "La consolazione", "Trattato dell'età", "De mundo pessimo" and "La conoscenza del peggio" e "Del delitto".
Cuba Adventist Theological Seminary (Seminario
Adventista de Cuba) is a Seventh-day Adventist theology school located in Havana, Cuba. It prepares men and women to serve the church and community in a climate of growing religious liberty.
His articles have appeared on periodicals of the following institutions: Salesian University, Rome; Fudan University (“Religion, Ethics, Moral Concern”, 2003), Shanghai, Holy Spirit Seminary, Hong Kong (“Ching Feng”); Seminary of Torino (“Archivio
Among his teaching posts, from 1968 until 1986 he taught dogmatic theology at the Studio
Interdiocesano of Modena-Reggio Emilia-Carpi-Guastalla, where he was also headmaster from 1968 to 1977.
The San Luigi Papal Theological Seminary of Southern Italy' (Italian: "Pontificia Facoltà Teologica dell'Italia Meridionale, San Luigi") is an institution of higher learning in Naples, Italy. It is located prominently on via Petrarca in the Posillipo section of the city. In its present form, the school has existed since 1969; it was a fusion of two pre-existing university religious departments: The Neapolitan Theology Department of the University of Naples (Italian: " Facoltà Teologica Napoletana") and the San Luigi Theology College (Italian: Facoltà Teologica San Luigi) run by the Jesuits. In addition, other religious institutions in southern Italy are now affiliated, including the Theological Institute of Calabria (Italian: "Istituto
Calabro") and the Theological Institute of Puglia (Italian: "Istituto
Pugliese"). The institute confers higher degrees in ecclesiastical studies and is in full communion with the Holy See.
Upon returning to Genoa, he served as a chaplain until he became a professor of dogmatic theology at the major seminary in 1930, also teaching fundamental theology for a year. In addition to his academic duties, Siri was a preacher, conferencist (public speaker), and professor of religion at the lyceums "Andrea Doria" and "Giuseppe Mazzini" from 1931 to 1936. He was named prosynodal examiner in the archdiocesan curia in 1936 and rector of "Collegio
S. Tommaso d'Aquino" in 1937.
Instituto de Ensino
is the theological institute of Social da Bahia School, located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was founded on April 25, 1981, by Sister Gervis Alves de Aguiar of the Congregation of the Daughters of the Heart of Mary. In 1987, Cardinal Lucas Moreira Neves issued a canonical decree recognizing it as the School of Faith and Catechesis equivalent to a major seminary. By 2006, this institute had been responsible for the training of more than 1,200 theologians.
In autumn of 1992, Bogdan was sent by Archbishop Ante Jurić to attend study of pastoral theology at the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome. He gained his Master's degree in October 1994 with mentorship of Bishop Marcello Semeraro, after which he gained his PhD on June 22, 1999. with thesis ""Vita Universale: Cristianesimo delle origini o nuova rivelazione? Riflessioni
-pastorali"" (Universal Life: Originally Christianity or new revelation? Theological-pastoral reflection). His mentor was prof. Michael Fuss.
He was ordained priest on 2 July 1961 in Rome. He then returned to his Diocese of Fidenza in 1965, where he was taught moral theology in the seminaries of Fidenza and Parma; and later, at the Studio
bolognese; at the Università Cattolica in Milan; and at the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy, specialising in the moral doctrine of marriage and the bioethics concerning human procreation.
He received from Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini his formal appointment as lecturer for theological courses at the diocesan major seminary at Venegono Inferiore (February 1, 1997) and on June 3, 1999 was awarded a doctorate in Theology with specialization in Mariology in the Pontifical Theological Faculty Marianum in Rome, with the grade "summa cum laude", defending a thesis 'La "forma" obbedienziale del servizio di Gesù Cristo e di Maria. Confronto esegetico-
di Fil 2,7 con Lc 1,48' ('Obedience as "Form" of the Service of Jesus Christ and of Mary: Exegetical and Theological Comparison between Phil 2:7 and Lk 1:48'), of which an extract was published in July that year.
Ivan Šaško was born in a small village of Ðivan near Vrbovec on August 1, 1966 to Stjepan and Ljubica Šaško. He attended first two classes of the elementary school in Banovo, and finished it at Vrbovec in year 1981. After graduation, he attended minor seminary in Zagreb. He graduated from "Interdiocese Preparatory Seminary" in 1985 after which he went to serve conscription in army. In autum of 1986, Šaško entered major seminary and started study of theology and philosophy at the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Zagreb. Upon completion of the second year of study in 1988, Šaško went to Rome to the Pontifical Atheneum of St. Anselm where he stayed until 1994, and continued his studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University from which he graduated in 1991. In the same year he was ordained a deacon for the Archdiocese of Zagreb and began postgraduate studies and specialization in liturgy at the Pontifical Atheneum of St. Anselm. On June 28, 1992, Šaško was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Zagreb by Cardinal Franjo Kuharić. He gaind his Master's degree on June 10, 1994. That same year he became a member of the Pontifical Croatian College of St. Jerome and continued writing a doctoral dissertation. Šaško successfully defended dissertation on November 28, 1997 with thesis "Dona, munera, sancta sacrifício - and omnibus ... facere digneris: dinamismo pneumatologici part Canone Romano. Ricerca e proposta per una rilettura
On Wednesday, November 25, 2015, Pope Francis appointed as the new Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pescia, in Pescia, Italy, the Very Reverend Father Roberto Filippini, S.T.L., who until then had been incardinated as a member of the clergy of the Diocese of Pescia's metropolitan see, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Pisa. In his most recent assignment in the Archdiocese of Pisa, Bishop-elect Filippini had been both a docent (lecturer) and a spiritual director of the Seminary of the Pisa Archdiocese, and concurrently also a Chaplain of a Prison in Pisa. Bishop-elect Filippini, age 67, was born in Vinci, Florence, Italy, on June 6, 1948. He studied for his undergraduate philosophy degree studies in the Archdiocesan Seminary of Pisa. Then, he was sent to complete his graduate theological studies at the Almo Collegio Capranica, and attended the Pontifical Gregorian University (the Gregoriana, or "the Greg") as well as the Pontifical Biblical Institute, obtaining the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (the S.T.L., a License, or post-Master's degree certification) in theology and in Sacred Scripture. He was ordained a priest on April 14, 1973, age 24, and was then incardinated in the presbyterate of the Archdiocese of Pisa. In his priestly ministry, he held the following positions: Parochial Vicar (Associate Pastor) in the Parish of St. Hermes in Forte dei Marmi, Italy, from 1975 to 1978, and at the same time he started teaching at the Seminary of Pisa. He was a Parish Priest in Calignola, Italy, from 1978 to 1984. In 1984, he was appointed Pastor of the Parish of St. Sepulchre in Pisa, and in 1997, Parish Priest of San Martino, Italy. In 1996, he was appointed Vicar Forane of the Vicariate of San Martino and President of the Studio
Interdiocesano di Camaiore (Interdiocesan Studio- School or Seminary- of Camaiore), in Lucca, Italy. From 1999 to September 2015, Bishop-elect Filippini was Rector of the Seminary "Santa Caterina" (St. Catherine's Seminary), in Pisa. From September 2015 until his episcopal appointment, he has served, as mentioned above, as a spiritual director at the same Seminary. Also, from 1999 to now, as mentioned, he has served as a Prison Chaplain at a prison in Pisa. Other recent duties have included serving as a Professor of Fundamental Theology and Sacred Scripture at the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences of Blessed Nicholas Steno, in Pisa, and at the School of Theological Education; as the Archbishop of Pisa's Ecclesiastical Delegate for Ecumenism, Director of the Library Cateriniana of the Seminary, and as Director of the Higher Institute of Religious Sciences of Blessed Nicholas Steno. Very Reverend Father Filippini's Episcopal Ordination and Installation as Pescia's Diocesan Bishop (Ordinary) will take place at a date or dates in the near future to be determined soon; until then, he winds down his other assignments and remains a priest, while preparing and serving as Bishop-elect.
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