TH 111 - The Trinity and the Church for Catechists
An introduction to the doctrine of the Trinity and its revelation in the person of Jesus Christ. The course examines the Trinity as a communion of persons united in love and explores the Incarnation as the means by which this love is made known to human beings and by which human beings are brought into union with the divine life through the Paschal Mystery.
Prerequisites & Notes
This course is required for the Certificate in Catholic Catechesis and also may be taken as an elective in undergraduate theology programs.
Course Learning Objectives
1.) Explain how the three persons of the Trinity are one, are distinct from one another, and are relative to one another.
2.) Explain the divine missions of each person of the Trinity
3.) Explain the reasons for the Incarnation.
4.) Explain the roles of each person of the Trinity in the resurrection of Jesus Christ
5.) Describe the nature of Christ
6.) Describe the nature of the Church
7.) Describe the role of Mary as Mother of God and Mother of the Church
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