The Loyola Institute is moving its ‘Faith Seeking Understanding’ course online, making it more accessible to a wider audience across Ireland and the world, in order to help those who want to become more “literate about their Faith”.
The four-week course in theology is intended to introduce participants to the wealth of theological insight available in the Catholic tradition. Delivered via Zoom, and held on Wednesdays from 5.30pm to 8pm starting on January 27, the cost for the four weeks is €20.
Organisers said: “It is intended to meet the need, expressed by some, to be more literate about their Faith. Very often our understanding is more intuitive than explicit and our ability to deal in an informed and enlightened way with many of the complex religious and moral issues that arise can be quite limited. We sometimes wish we had more to draw on so as to be better able to explain how we see things.”
The series is organised by the Loyola Institute, School of Religion, Trinity College Dublin and Jesuit Education Trust in association with the Le Cheile, Spiritan and Loretto Education Trusts.
Tickets can be purchased for the lecture series on Evenbrite via this link.