Most Wednesdays of this semester, Fr. Cody will be teaching a Catholicism 101 course at the Marriott Library (on campus, room 1150) from 3:05-3:55pm.
The purpose of the course is to educate and increase awareness about Catholic faith, thought, and history. We’ll cover basics of Catholic teaching, and engage with questions Catholics and non-Catholics may have about the history and present teachings of the Church. We’ll take a look at the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Saints, Sacraments, Spirituality, Catholic art and approach to beauty, Crusades and Inquisitions, Popes, Bishops, Priests (hierarchy and administration), Catholics & the Protestant Reformation, Catholics & Science, and controversial teachings in the 21st century.
For more details, please visit the page at: stcatherinesclc.org/catholicism-101
The course is open to students, faculty, and staff of the University of Utah, as well as any interested individuals. Lectures are in-person only; no livestreaming.
Catholicism 101 is an RSO event, not an affiliated course offered by the University of Utah. There is no academic credit, and no cost to attend. Registration is not required. The course is lecture-format only; no outside reading, homework, or tests.