Welcome to Online Theology sponsored by the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Newman Community at UNLV. In the Dominican tradition, I want Catholics to study their Catholic religion. This course (other courses will follow) is designed for Catholics and non-Catholics who want to know more about the Catholic religion and cannot attend enrichment classes. You study from the comfort of your house. There is no rush in studying these lessons – take your time. Read and reflect what you are studying, thus you will grow in your understanding of the Catholic beliefs.
Take your time as your read and reflect on the assigned readings. At the end of each session, you are asked to write a reflection paper and send it to me (Fr. Albert Felice-Pace, O.P.) either as an attachment at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at 4765 Brussels St, Las Vegas, NV 89119.
Course Fee & Registration
There is a fee of $30 for each course payable to the Catholic Newman Club, 4765 Brussels St, Las Vegas, NV 89119. If you have any questions please call 702-274-3734.
If you are interested to take this Online Theology enrichment course, please call Fr. Albert Felice-Pace, O.P. at 702-274-3734 or email him at his email email@example.com. He would like to be in contact with each person taking this course to explain the material and how to proceed.
Course I: Introduction to Sacred Theology - This course is designed to introduce you to the basic beliefs of our Catholic Faith.
Course II: Understanding the Sacraments - This course is designed in order to have a better understanding of the sacraments.
Course III: The Church in Light of Vatican II - This course is designed to give a good understanding of what the Church in Light of Vatican II is.
Course IV: Understanding the Sacred Scriptures - This course is designed to give a good understanding of the sacred scriptures.
Course V: The Study of the New Testament (Introduction: Understanding the New Testament) - This course is designed to give students a good general knowledge of the whole New Testament.
Course VI: The Study of the New Testament (The Synoptic Gospels – Matthew, Mark and Luke) - This course is designed to give students a good general knowledge of the whole New Testament.
Course VII: The Study of the New Testament (The Johannine Literature—The Gospel of John and the Letters of John) - This course is designed to give students a good general knowledge of the whole New Testament.