Trinity Forum

On the Trinity: Present Seminar: This bi-weekly seminar gradually works through Bernard Lonergan's systematic theology of the Trinity. To participate online via Skype, or to attend the seminar, please contact Br. Dunstan Robidoux. Below please find the weekly notes and podcasts from past seminars.

Subscribe Podcasts and Outlines:

Chapter 1 Notes (revised October 13, 2012)

Understanding distinctions in Aquinas and Lonergan

Chapter 2 Notes (revised December 1, 2012)

Question 3 Notes

Question 4 Notes (updated 8/22/11)

 

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12/18/10 Notes Podcast
12/04/10 Notes a b Podcast
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09/20/08 Notes
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08/02/08 Notes Podcast
07/12/08 Notes a Podcast
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06/07/08 Notes Podcast
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03/15/08 Notes a Podcast
03/15/08 Notes b
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02/23/08 Notes Podcast
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Past Seminars Now Complete

A. Bernard Lonergan's The Triune God: Systematics.
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5a, 5b Session 6 Session 7 Session 8

B. St. Augustine's On the Trinity (De Trinitate). The text is a translation by Edmund Hill OP, The Trinity. Seminar Notes

Trinity Forum

On the Trinity: Present Seminar: This bi-weekly seminar gradually works through Bernard Lonergan’s systematic theology of the Trinity. To participate online via Skype, or to attend the seminar, please contact Br. Dunstan Robidoux. Below please find the weekly notes and podcasts from past seminars.

Subscribe Podcasts and Outlines:

Chapter 1 Notes (updated 6/18/11)
Chapter 2 Notes (updated 6/18/11)
Question 3 Notes

Date Notes Podcast
April 16, 2011 Podcast
April 2, 2011 Podcast
March 19, 2011 Podcast
February 19, 2011 Podcast
February 5, 2011 Podcast
January 21, 2011 Notes Podcast
December 18, 2010 Notes Podcast
December 4, 2010 Notes a b Podcast
November 13, 2010 Notes Podcast
October 2, 2010 Notes Podcast
September 17, 2010 Notes Podcast
October 24, 2009 Notes Podcast
October 3, 2009 Notes Podcast
September 12, 2009 Notes Podcast
August 29, 2009 Notes Podcast
July 11, 2009 Podcast
June 6, 2009 Notes Podcast
May 30, 2009 Notes Podcast
May 16, 2009 Notes Podcast
March 21, 2009 Notes Podcast
March 7, 2009 Notes Podcast
February 7, 2009 Notes Podcast
January 24, 2009 Notes Podcast
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December 12 , 2008 Notes Podcast
November 15, 2008 Notes Podcast
November 1, 2008 Notes Podcast
October 18, 2008 Notes Podcast
October 4, 2008 Notes Podcast
September 20, 2008 Notes
September 6, 2008 Notes Podcast
August 2, 2008 Notes Podcast
July 12, 2008 Notes a Podcast
July 12, 2008 Notes b
June 7, 2008 Notes Podcast
May 17, 2008 Notes Podcast
May 3, 2008 Notes Podcast
April 12, 2008 Notes Podcast
April 5, 2008 Notes Podcast
March 15, 2008 Notes a Podcast
March 15, 2008 Notes b
March 8, 2008 Notes Podcast
February 23, 2008 Notes Podcast
February 9, 2008 Notes Podcast
January 26, 2008 Notes Podcast

Past Seminars Now Complete

A. Bernard Lonergan’s The Triune God: Systematics. Meets alternative Saturdays from 10:30 am to noon. Below are links to the notes.

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5a, 5b Session 6 Session 7 Session 8

B. St. Augustine’s On the Trinity (De Trinitate). The preferred text was a recent translation by Edmund Hill OP cited simply as The Trinity, published by New City Press. Seminar Notes