In this session: Ms. Katrina J. Zeno, Theology of the Body for Young and Old: Visual Aids, Power Point, and Sacramentality Mrs. Tara (Seyfer) Plymouth, Theology of The Body: A New Language for Understanding Human Sexuality and Marriage Mrs. Lisa Lickona, The Theology of the Body for the Very Young
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Rev. Jaroslaw Kupczak, O.P. Abstract: The goal of this article is to discuss Michael Waldstein’s introduction to his new translation of John Paul II’s catecheses on the Theology of the Body. A special emphasis will be given to the discussion of the sources of the papal theology of communio. The main thesis will consist in […]
Christopher West delivers a moving address on the relationship between Theology of the Body and evangelization in our times.
In this lecture, Dr. Donald P. Asci explains how John Paul II’s vision of conjugal chastity – characterized by reverence and self-mastery – unfolds throughout the whole of TOB and cannot be limited to the conclusions that come at the end of TOB.
In this session: Dr. Josef Seifert, Person, Transcendence and the Human Body: a Personalistic Anthropology and Metaphysics of Spousal Love in John Paul II and Realist Phenomenology Dr. Michele M. Schumacher, The Significance of the Body in John Paul II’s Theological Anthropology of Women
The Meaning of the Body as “Gift in the Divine Image”: Theology of the Body and the Increasingly Virtual Culture of our Time. In this lecture Sister Timothy Prokes, FSE expresses many beautiful connections between embodied personal being and sacramentality; she also expresses many interesting problematic points for living a sacramental life that can be […]
“A Body that Expresses a Person: Max Scheler’s Impact on John Paul II’s Theology of the Body; Response to Dr. Waldstein.” In this lecture Dr. Peter J. Colosi explains some of the roots in realist phenomenology that inform Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, with special emphasis on the relationship between the physical […]
“Three Kinds of Personalism: St. John of the Cross, Kant, Scheler and John Paul II.” This is the opening address of the First International Theology the Body Symposium. In this Keynote Address, Dr. Michael Walstein gives his explanation of 3 versions of personalism. This first International Symposium was a great occasion to honor and thank […]