In his Letter to the Galatians, St. Paul vigorously emphasizes the preeminence of Christ and His cross as God’s path to salvation and holiness. He points to the ineffectiveness of the Mosaic Law for gaining divine favor and blessings, stressing instead the importance of Christian freedom and faith.
Please join members of the faculty of Thomas Aquinas College for a deeper look at this epistle’s life-changing theology at a seminar and a buffet breakfast at this year’s Napa Institute conference, “Equipping Catholics in the Next America.” The seminar and breakfast are open, free of charge, to all of the conference’s attendees. To participate:
Space is limited — register now! Questions? Please e-mail Robert Bagdazian or call, 805-421-5927.
Join the Napa Institute and the Busch School of Business for the Principled Entrepreneurship™ Conference on the Dignity of Work as understood in light of Catholic social doctrine.
Through keynote sessions and panel discussions, the conference will examine such themes as the sanctification of work, growth and prosperity, innovation, and the relationship between work and human dignity. The conference will be held at both the Mayflower Hotel and The Catholic University of America and will include a tour and sessions at the recently opened Museum of the Bible.