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Theology

Theology Department Chairperson:

Mr. John Scafidi

Theology Department Faculty:

Mrs. Kathleen DiDonato
Mrs. Kristin Gura
Ms. Courtney McHale
Mrs. Mary Neary
 

Religious education endeavors to carry on the mission entrusted to the Church by Jesus within the dimensions of Message-Community-Service.  Theology teachers proclaim the Gospel of the Risen Lord, which alone gives meaning to life, in order to incite in the students a faith which is living and active.

The goal of the Theology Program at St. Hubert High School is to present the basic teaching of the Catholic Christian message and to lead the students to value what the Department has established as its objectives:

  • to attain an openness to the actions of the Holy Spirit
  • to encourage a personal commitment to Jesus Christ and to the values He expresses
  • to develop an appreciation for Sacred Scripture and the tradition of God’s people
  • to promote an active and genuine participation in the Liturgy of the Church, and a habit of personal prayer
  • to incite a desire to answer the Church’s call to service
  • to create a sense of loyalty and affection for the Church
  • to inspire a spirit of involvement in the issues of peace and justice in the world.

Theology Courses offered at St. Hubert:

Freshman Courses - Theology I:
  • The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Sacred Scripture
  • Who is Jesus Christ?
 Sophomore Courses - Theology II:
  • The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)
  • Jesus Christ's Mission Continues in the Church
 Junior Courses - Theology III:
  • Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ
  • Life in Jesus Christ
 Senior Courses - Theology IV:
  • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society
  • Responding to the Call of Jesus Christ
 
 
 
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