Category: News and Information

COVID19 and Man’s Continued Desire for God Webinar

“COVID19 and Man’s Continued Desire for God” at 4:00 pm Eastern on Tuesday, March 31.  https://faithscience.org/covid19andgod/ The webinar will be led by two of Holy Apostles College and Seminary online faculty members. Fr. Tom Davis, the chair of the Bioethics Concentration in the MA in Theology program and president of the Liberty Institute for Faith and Ethics (see https://liberty4life.org/), …

Holy Apostles College and Seminary “Gratitude” Gala Postponed

Holy Apostles College and Seminary “Gratitude” Gala Postponed   Coronavirus/COVID-19 Announcement  In response to the Coronavirus, the Connecticut Governor, Governor Lamont, declared a civil preparedness and public health emergency.  All large events are to be postponed. Heeding the request of the CDC (Center for Disease Control), we will postponing the Holy Apostles College and Seminary …

The Thomistic Institute’s Ninth Annual Conference for Priests

With many changes to the institution of marriage in the last few decades, the task of preparing couples for happy lives together has become increasingly difficult. It remains important for priests to evangelize, to catechize, and to equip the next generation for the task at hand, all with an eye to the particular challenges presented by the culture-at-large. In this conference, we’ll …

Unforgettable Pilgrimage to Spain and Portugal March 19 – 29, 2020

https://mailchi.mp/…/holy-apostlesalumnus-hosting-spain-por… Join Holy Apostles’ Alumnus Shaun McAfee along with Jonathan Blevins, and your spiritual chaplain Fr. Anthony Sciarappa to the many Holy sites of Portugal and Spain! The Camino of St. James has a rich pilgrimage tradition, as does the Sanctuary and site of Our Lady of Fatima. These are two of Spain’s most popular pilgrimage destinations, …

Recent Faculty Publications

Dr. Andrew Blaski, Assistant Professor of Theology at Holy Apostles, recently published an article entitled, “The Philocalia of Origen: A Crude or Creative Composition?” in the academic journal Vigiliae Christianae. Dr. Curtis Hancock, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, recently published his article entitled, “Aquinas as a Guide for Teaching Philosophy” for the Encyclopedia of Teacher Education. Springer, Singapore

Recent HA Alumni Publications

Recent Holy Apostles Alumni Publications Jennifer Kuchemba-Hunter, MA in Philosophy, 2016, recently published “Compassion and Community in Perinatal Palliative Care: Understanding the Necessity of the Patient Perspective through Narrative Illustration,” in the Journal of Palliative Care in February 2019.Jennifer is currently a doctoral student in the Bioethics program at Loyola University Chicago to be completed …

Welcome Rev. Peter Samuel Kucer, MSA as the new Interim President-Rector of Holy Apostles College

Fr. Peter S. Kucer MSA’s pastoral experiences include Parochial Vicar at the Immaculate Conception Church in Waterbury, Temporary Administrator at St. Joseph’s Church in Chester, and serving the Archdiocese for the Military Services as a sub-contract chaplain. He has a doctorate (STD) in Systematic Theology from the Catholic University of America, a License (STL) from …

Supporting Our HA Community

Dear Holy Apostles Alumni, Do you have news of a recent or upcoming publication, awards or conference we can promote for you? If so, we wish to celebrate you!  Submission due date for the August PR Newsletter is Friday, July 26th. The newsletter will be sent to the Holy Apostles community and others on  Friday, August 2nd. Any submissions …