Quinn Conference 2017

Exegesis, Lectio Divina, and the Ministry of the Word

June 7-9, 2017

Wednesday, June 7

Fr. Laurence Kriegshauser, O.S.B. - Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, MO “Western Monastic Tradition of lectio divina (cf. VD 83) with an Eye towards Diocesan Formation/Pastoral Ministry.”

Fr. François Beyrouti, Ph.D. - Pastor of Holy Cross Melkite Catholic Church, Placentia, CA “Insight on Lectio Divina from the Eastern Tradition with an Eye towards Diocesan Formation/Pastoral Ministry”

Msgr. Michael Magee, S.T.D. – St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia “The Implications of Exegetical Method for Lectio Divina: John 6 as Treated in Several Commentaries”

Thursday, June 8

Use of Technology and Other Teaching Strategies in the Scriptural Classroom - Fr. Rory Pistick – Mount Angel Seminary, St. Benedict, Oregon

Scripture Electives - Kelly Anderson – St. Charles Borromeo, Philadelphia, PA

Multiple Learning Styles in Teaching/Learning in the Scriptural Classroom: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic - Dr. Amy Smith – College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling of the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN

Fr. Konrad Schaefer, O.S.B. – Pontifical University of Mexico, Mexico City “Divina Lectio in Seminary Academic Formation”

Fr. Marcin Kowalski, SSD – The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland “Meditatio of Lectio Divina Following upon Exegesis-Informed Lectio: Test Case of Rom. 7:7-25”

Friday, June 9

Dr. Daniel Keating – Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, MI “Oratio and Contemplatio (and Actio) of Lectio Divina

Fr. Anthony Giambrone, O.P. – École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem “Exquisitio, Supplicatio, Praedicatio: Searching the Scriptures and the Mystery of Preaching”

Quinn Conference 2015

The Joy of the Gospel, the New Evangelization, and the Role of the Seminary Professor of Sacred Scripture

June 10-12, 2015

Wednesday, June 10

Ms. Kelly Anderson – St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia “The Father of Proverbs 1-9: A Spiritual Father for Seminary Professors”

Fr. Scott Carl – St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity “Honey in the Comb: Towards a Spiritual Reading of Sacred Scripture in the 21st Century”

Msgr. Michael K. Magee – St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia
“‘Behold… We have found Him!’: the Joy of Discovery in the Fourth Gospel”

Thursday, June 11

Pentateuch – Fr. Juan Miguel Betancourt, SEMV – St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity

Synoptic Gospels – Dr. John J. Clabeaux – Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary, Boston

Prophets – Dr. Laura Manzo – St. Mary’s Seminary, Houston

Johannine Literature – Fr. Francis Macatangay – St. Mary’s Seminary, Houston

Fr. Patrick Brady – St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia
“The Homily, the Moral Sense, and the Joy of the Gospel”

Dr. Steven Smith – Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg
“The Children’s Bread: Christ-Centered Evangelical Biblical Preaching in the Era of Pope Francis”

Wisdom Literature – Fr. Stephen Ryan, O.P. – Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC

Pauline Literature - Fr. Christopher Ciccarino – Immaculate Conception Seminary, Newark

Friday, June 12

Dr. André Villeneuve – St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver
“Islam, Interreligious Dialogue and Evangelization”

Deacon James Keating – Institute of Priestly Formation, Omaha
“The Exegete as Formator: Carrying the Seminarian into Truth”

 

Quinn Conference 2013

The New Evangelization for the Transmission of the Catholic Faith: The Role of the Seminary Professor of Sacred Scripture

June 12-14, 2013

Wednesday, June 12

Dr. Steven Smith – Mount St. Mary's Seminary, Emmitsburg
"Stand & Deliver - Scripture and the Role of the Seminary Professor in Froming Priests for the New Evangelization"

Dr. Peter Williamson – Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit
"Implications of the New Evangelization for Priestly Ministry and for Teaching Scripture to Seminarians"

Dr. Laura Manzo – St. Mary's Seminary, Houston
"Breaking Open the Scriptures: Helping Seminarians Interpret Difficult Texts"

Thursday, June 13

Pentateuch – Fr. Stephen Ryan, O.P. - Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC

Synoptic Gospels – Dr. John Martens - University of St. Thomas, St. Paul

Prophets – Prof. Kelly Anderson - St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia

Johannine Literature – Dr. Steven Smith - Mount St. Mary's Seminary, Emmitsburg

Dr. Gregory Glazov – Immaculate Conception Seminary, Newark "Difficult OT Passages (Verbum Domini 42)"

Fr. Stephen Ryan, O.P. - Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC
"Old Testament Wisdom Literature and the New Evangelization"‌

Wisdom Literature - Dr. André Villeneuve - St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver

Pauline Literature - Fr. Andreas Hoeck - St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver

Friday, June 14

Msgr. Michael K. Magee – St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia
"Looking But Not Always Seeing: the Relevance of Johannine Irony to the New Evangelization"‌

Fr. Juan Miguel Betancourt, SEMV – The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity
"On Paul and the New Evangelization: Towards Strategies in Teaching the Pauline Epistolary"

Quinn Conference 2011

The Word of God in the Life and Ministry of the Church: The Catholic Seminary Professor of Sacred Scripture and the Classroom

June 9-11, 2011

Thursday, June 9

Dr. Peter Williamson - Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit "Preparing Seminarians for the Ministry of the Word in Light of Verbum Domini"

Fr. James Swetnam, S.J. - Professor Emeritus – Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome "Searching for the Obvious: Toward a Catholic Hermeneutic of Scripture with Seminarians Especially in Mind"

Fr. Pablo Gadenz - Immaculate Conception Seminary, Newark "Overcoming the Hiatus between Exegesis and Dogma: Guidance and Examples from Pope Benedict XVI"

Friday, June 10

Dr. Brant Pitre - Notre Dame Seminary, New Orleans "Verbum Domini and the Historical-Critical Method"

Dr. Mary Healy - Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit "Verbum Domini and the Renewal of Biblical Preaching"

Prof. Kelly Anderson - St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia "An Application of Pope Benedict XVI's Principle of the 'Hermeneutic of Faith' to the Problem of Divine Violence"

Fr. Stephen D. Ryan, O.P. - Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC "The Word of God and the Textual Pluriformity of the Old Testament"

Dr. Scott Hahn - St. Vincent Seminary, Latrobe "The Symphony of Scripture in the Theology of Benedict XVI"

Saturday, June 11

Dr. Steven Smith - Mount St. Mary's Seminary, Emmitsburg "The God Who Speaks: Verbum Domini as a Means of Renewal in Seminary Formation in the Word of God"

Msgr. Michael K. Magee - St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia "'I am not. . .': the Theme of Self-Negation in the Gospel of John"

Fr. Chris Ciccarino - Immaculate Conception Seminary, Newark "Another Piece to the Johannine Puzzle?"

Fr. Andreas Hoeck - St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver "The Apostolic Speeches in Acts and Seminary Teaching Methods"

Dr. Christian Washburn - Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity "The Catholic Use of the Scriptures in Ecumenical Dialogue"

Quinn Conference 2009

The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church: Integrating Biblical Studies and Theology in the Formation of Priests

June 11 – 13, 2009

Thursday, June 11

Fr. James Swetnam, S.J. - Pontifical Biblical Institute “Toward a More Explicitly Catholic Approach to the Teaching of Sacred Scripture”

Dr. Peter Williamson - Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit “Scripture across the Curriculum: Pastoral Ministry and Mission”

Msgr. Michael Magee - St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia
“Combining Synchronic and Diachronic Methodology in Teaching the Pentateuch”

Friday, June 12

Right Rev. Denis Farkasfalvy, O. Cist - Our Lady of Dallas Cistercian Monastery “Inspiration and Incarnation”

Prof. Kelly Anderson - St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia “The Liturgy of the Hours as an Effective Means for Teaching the Book of Psalms”

Fr. Chris Ciccarino - Immaculate Conception Seminary, Newark “This Found Book’ (2Kgs 22:13): Lessons in Biblical Renewal from Josiah"

Fr. Scott Carl - The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity “Historicity and Historiography: A Look at the Gospels”

Dr. Caroline Nolan - St. Joseph Seminary, Edmonton “AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO TEACHING SCRIPTURE IN CATHOLIC SEMINARIES: Combining the Four-Fold Method of Catholic Exegesis with the Four Pillars of Priestly Formation”

Msgr. Richard Henning - Immaculate Conception Seminary, Huntington “The Eschatological Context of Paul's Encounter with the Jewish Community in Rome and Accusations of an Anti-Jewish Bias in Acts”

Saturday, June 13

Fr. Francis Martin - Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit “Spiritual Understanding of Scripture”

Fr. Rory Pitstick - Mount Angel Seminary, Portland “Vocation as the Meaning of Life in the Letters of St. Paul”

Fr. Andreas Hock - St. John Vianney Seminary, Denver “Discourse Analysis and the Book of Revelation”

Dr. Tim Gray - St. John Vianney Seminary, Denver “We Proclaim Not Ourselves: Integrating Academic Study of Scripture with Homiletic Preparation”