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Putting the dog back in Dogmatic Theology

February 8, 2012
You'll be seeing a lot of Fr. James Mallon on S+L this week. He's the current pastor of St. Benedict parish in Halifax, a new church that resulted from the amalgamation of three churches in downtown Halifax. This Friday on Perspectives Weekly, he speaks about how his community was able to make the most of a difficult situation.
Fr. Mallon is also the founder and director of the John Paul II Media Institute, which, since 2005, has been dedicated to "the advancement of the Kingdom of God through education in, and production of, media." One of their latest initiatives is Dogmatic Theology, an eight week series that combines a priest, a theologian, a live audience, and man's best friend. Dogmatic Theology premieres on S+L tonight at 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT. In the meantime, watch the trailer above.
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