In every field of study there is tension in definitions, but in theology, the word theology itself is full of tension. On one hand, it is almost indescribable because it studies God who is without perfect description, but on the other hand St. Anselm’s statement, “faith seeking understanding” seems to describe with perfect flexibility what it means to practice theology. My intent is to attend Graduate school at Marquette University so that I can dive deeper into the history, study, and communication
University of Hawaii Manoa (Honolulu, HI) The University of Hawaii Manoa, founded in 1907, is a land-grant university primarily to train agriculture students. It has a student body consisting of over 19,000 students, offers over 200 degree programs, 14 academic departments and is one of a handful of land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant universities in the country. With over 170,000 alumni in all 50 states and 100 countries around the world, this university is deceptively formidable and should not
Chaminade University of Honolulu is a small, co-educational private school founded in 1955 by the Roman Catholic Society of Mary. Originally known as St. Louis Junior College, it became Chaminade College in 1957 when it transitioned to a four-year college, and Chaminade University in 1977 when it began offering graduate degrees. The school is named after Father William Joseph Chaminade, who survived the French Revolution and went on to establish the Society of Mary. Chaminade's offerings include
The Jesuits, also known as the Society of Jesus, are an all male Roman Catholic order that was founded by Ignatius Loyola in 1540. The primary message of the Jesuits are to “find God in all things”, and to make “men and women for others”. Each Jesuit takes a vow of poverty, chastity, and obedience. The current pope of the Catholic church, Pope Francis, is a Jesuit. The Jesuit order is committed to doing justice all around the world. In Cleveland the Jesuits can be found at Gesu Grade School, St.
1950-1960 During the 1950's, the United States experienced great change with the end of World War II, making it difficult to label the busy decade. America was the most powerful nation in the world and it was a time of complacency. The United States accepted two new states, Hawaii and Alaska (www.fifties.com). The science world boomed with new inventions; televisions broadcast nationally; rock n' roll was popular; commercial hotel and fast food chains became common; the car industry exploded;
I decided to choose a theme for my final paper which will be related to my instrument-viola. I choose Rebecca Clarke , probably the most prominent women-composer who wrote for viola. Most of Clarke’s compositions were written in the first three decades of the twentieth century, her works was largely unknown until the 1970th. Such is the curiously small impact she made as a composer in England in her life time that the first edition of Lionel Turtis’s book “Cinderella no more” doesn’t mention her