Event Name
When Peter and Paul Disagree: Living in Faithfulness and Charity Amid
Public Controversy

Event Location
Vianney Hall Auditorium, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA

Start Date and Time:
Monday, April 8, 2019, 7:00 P.M.

End Date and Time

Event Description
The past few years have witnessed public controversies waged at a very
high level regarding to Church’s doctrine and discipline, with
Bishops, scholars and others criticizing one another and calling one
another to accountability, while the Successor of Peter himself has
been the object of criticism for his magisterial pronouncements and
pastoral administration, even from Catholics generally noted for
long-standing fidelity to the Magisterium. While surveying the present
situation this lecture will seek to identify the guideposts and
caveats for understanding and responding to these challenges that may
be found to emerge from Sacred Scripture, Tradition, and ecclesial
experience. What principles should guide such public dispute? What are
the parameters for criticism without rupture of communion, failure of
charity or collapse of civil discourse?

Speaker: Rev. Msgr. Michael Magee, Chair of Systematic Theology, St.
Charles Borromeo Seminary

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