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St. Augustine's Confessions

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Regina Angelorum Academy

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Collegium Institute for Catholic Thought & Culture welcomes participants to a 5-session seminar on St. Augustine's Confessions, co-facilitated by Dr. Paul Camacho and Dr. Ian Clausen, both Arthur J. Ennis Post-doctoral Fellows in the Humanities at Villanova University.

All who wish to explore this great spiritual classic are welcome to attend. No prior knowledge assumed. Registration is $30 for the whole series, including the book and course. Married couples may register at $40 for a shared ticket and shared copy of the book, and college students have free registration.

While there are limited spots available for this seminar, anyone unable to pay the registration cost on account of financial hardship is still welcome to participate, as long as not all spaces have been reserved already. Please contact CI Program coordinator, Ms. Elizabeth Feeney (elife@collegiuminstitute.org), to have your name registered and fee waived.

Registration for any session allows entrance to all 5 sessions.


St. Augustine's Confessions
Generously hosted by Regina Angelorum Academy and St. Colman's Parish
Session 1: Monday 9/25 - Augustine’s Restless Heart: An Introduction to the Confessions
Session 2: Monday 10/2 - Conversion(s)
Session 3: Monday 10/9 - Love and Loss
Session 4: Monday 10/16 - Education and Entertainment
Session 5: Monday 10/23 - Time and Memory

*All sessions will be hosted from 7:00pm-8:15pm at 105 Argyle Rd, Ardmore, PA, 19003.



About the seminar facilitators

Dr. Paul Camacho is an Arthur J. Ennis Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Humanities at Villanova University. He received a joint-PhD from Villanova University and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, during which time he completed a dissertation on the relationship between love and freedom in Augustine’s account of moral motivation. Paul is broadly interested in bringing classical, late antique, and medieval accounts of morality and religious devotion into dialogue with modern and post-modern philosophy. He has an on-going research interest in our cultural imagination for love, and the role that it plays in our discussions of morality and religion.

Dr. Ian Clausen is an Arthur J. Ennis Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Humanities at Villanova University. He received his MTh and PhD from the University of Edinburgh, where he studied Augustine’s theological ethics as a British Marshall scholar. His research interests include Augustine’s account of love, conscience, and education, which he explores in his forthcoming book Reading Augustine: On Love, Confession, Surrender and the Moral Self (New York & London: Bloomsbury, 2017). For more information on the book visit www.readingaugustine.com.

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