Header Request request information apply now brescia.edu

Theology News

Jobs in the Catholic Church

Posted by on September 16, 2013  /   Posted in Theology News

Whatever your talents, there are employment opportunities in the Catholic Church for those who wish to dedicate part of their life to God. Many parishioners accept small paid positions within their faith while others who have heard the call commit their all to forging a career in the church. Read on for more information about

Read More

How to Become a Catholic Deacon

Posted by on September 13, 2013  /   Posted in Theology News

In the Catholic hierarchy, the Pope is at the top, followed by cardinals, bishops, priests and deacons in that order. There are two types of deacons in the Catholic Church: permanent deacons and transitional deacons. Only men can be deacons; it is an ordained position and only men can be ordained in the Catholic Church.

Read More

How to Become a Catholic School Teacher

Posted by on September 12, 2013  /   Posted in Theology News

The requirements for teaching in a private school, including Catholic schools, are similar to that of teaching in public schools. Because private schools are not state funded, they are not required to meet as many state regulations to obtain funding. For this reason, qualifications for public and private school teachers may vary. Read on for

Read More

How to Become a Priest

Posted by on September 11, 2013  /   Posted in Theology News

The priesthood is more than a vocation; it is a calling. The Catholic Church believes that God speaks to some men and asks that they dedicate their lives to his service. At ordination, a man’s soul undergoes an ontological change—a change of being—which indelibly marks his soul forever. Once a priest, always a priest. If

Read More

How Technology is Transforming Religion

Posted by on August 06, 2013  /   Posted in Theology News

Advances in technology have a way of changing the world around us. With an institution as old as religion, the means and methods of reaching your audience are bound to change over time. While there’s no real replacement for community worship and togetherness, technology is making it easier for people to study religion and feel

Read More

Page 2 of 212
^ Back to Top