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This course offers an appreciation of the role of the Virgin Mary in the History of Salvation and in the life of the Church. It reflects the life of Mary as believer, chosen, disciple, prophet, companion, Mother of God, model of sainthood, and leading figure in veneration. In addition, it offers an explanation with reference to how the veneration of Saints was born within the Roman Catholic Tradition and its development within its history. This course will address the history and pastoral practices concerning veneration of saints, the canonization process and the criteria to declare Mary’s dogmas and apparitions.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Monday, April 23613 The Gospel of St Mark, St. Jude (Allen), April 9- May 14
Tuesday, April 24609 Acts, St. Ann (Coppell), April 17 & 24