The Eucharist as a Common Good
There is a rich common-good tradition in Catholic thought. By identifying what “common good” means, we can understand how the Sacrament of the Eucharist is a common good, and what that means for the life of the Church and our happiness.
Dr. John Froula, associate professor of Dogmatic Theology at The Saint Paul Seminary, will explain how in the Spring 2023 Archbishop Ireland Memorial Library Lecture.
About Dr. John Froula
Dr. John Froula joined The Saint Paul Seminary faculty in 2014. With areas of teaching and research including Christology, Eucharistic theology, St. Thomas Aquinas, and grace and the spiritual life, Froula serves as an associate professor of dogmatic theology and oversees the seminary’s Master of Arts in Pastoral Leadership lay graduate degree program.
Froula holds a Ph.D. in systematic theology with a minor in moral theology from Ave Maria University, a Bachelor’s of sacred theology from the Pontifical University of St. Teresa in Rome, and a Bachelor’s of Arts in liberal arts from Thomas Aquinas College.
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