Faith is too often treated either as a matter of public morality or as an entirely private matter. The Cathedral’s ministry of public theology seeks to offer an alternative point of view.
Our faith has something important to contribute to our thinking about questions of public importance The Church needs to find a way to be in respectful conversation with the broader community about such questions People are actually interested in the riches of Christian scholarship, both historical and contemporary
A wide range of events and activities are offered throughout the year, responding to the concerns of our congregation as well as current events.
Upcoming Events – What Shall We Say to War?
Join us for for this four-part series as we work towards understanding our own responses to the ethical and theological challenges posed by the tragic reality of war in our world.
April 29 – When Christians Say Yes to War: Dr Marc Lalonde, Department of Religion, Concordia University.
Listen to Dr. Lalonde’s presentation here.
May 6 – When Christians Say No to War: Dr Vern Neufeld Redekop: The School of Conflict Studies, St Paul University
May 20 –Panel: Diverse Voices Respond to War
May 27 – Workshop: What Shall We Say to War?
Past Public Theology Events
Screening My Prairie Home, the award-winning documentary about Rae Spoon, a Canadian transgender indie musician
Marching in La Marche mondiale pour le climat and hosting a guided discussion on Climate Change and Christian Faith, with a climatologist and a theologian
Coordinating a lecture series on issues of on-going injustice, including the treatment of First Nations peoples, refugees, and women and girls.