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In his reflection on the Lord’s Prayer, St. Gregory of Nyssa’s approach to prayer remains particularly attractive for us because it reflects the concerns of Christians today, in particular the need to participate actively in the life of the world. Focused upon both the divine and the human, the spiritual and the worldly, the sacred and the secular, Gregory’s understanding of prayer is profoundly incarnational and speaks to the felt needs of men and women in every time and place.
Saturday, January 11, 7:30pm
St. Albert’s Priory
Presented by: Fr. Michael Mascari, OP
This lecture is free and open to the public
Michael Mascari, O.P., Academic Dean of Aquinas Institute of Theology, is a Dominican brother and member of the Province of St. Albert the Great (Central Province). He holds a Ph.D. in Early Christian Studies from the Catholic
University of America, an M.A./M. Div. from Aquinas Institute and a J.D. from De Paul University School of Law. A former prior provincial of the Province of St. Albert the Great and former Socius for the Intellectual Life for the Order of Preachers, his academic interests include Trinitarian theology, philosophical theology, and historical theology, especially that of the Reformation period.
St. Albert’s Priory 5890 Birch Court, Oakland, CA 94618