A Jesuit, Filipino, and Asian Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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Advisement of Second Semester SY 2017-2018 courses in LST-ISIS  begins on December 4, 2017.
Online Enlistment with Sectioning begins on January 6, 2018 at 9:00 am.
Log-in to isis.lst.edu (out of campus) or 10.48.1.12 (in campus).
 
 
Licentiate and Doctorate Courses
Theo 300 Series: STL, STD, PhD Courses
 
 
In courses which are generally open for enrollment to STB and MA students as well as to STL, STD, DMin, or PhD students, professors are to require additional and advanced scholarly work commensurate to the levels of study of the latter group of students. This may take the form of some substantial reading and theological writing normally expected of licentiate and doctorate students.
 
Electives in the STL, STD, and PhD programs are those courses which do not belong to one’s chosen field of concentration.
 
Auxiliary Courses
 
Theo Compre 300  STL/STD/PhD Comprehensive Examination
Theo 501                Tesina/Dissertation Writing I
Theo 502                Tesina/Dissertation Writing II
Theo Prop 400       Tesina/Dissertation Proposal Defense
Theo DEF 400        Oral Defense (Licentiate and Doctorate)
SS 401                   Doctoral Dissertation II
SS DEF 400           Oral Defense (Doctoral)
 
Theo Meth 301       Methods and Materials of Research – Writing (Aquino)           W, 2:00-4:40
                                                                                                                                Jan24,31,Feb7
 
Theo Meth 302       Methods and Materials of Research – Library (Kroeger)         F, 1:00-4:45
                                                                                                                                Sa, 8:00-4:45
                                Section A        Jan 26-27
                                Section B        Feb 9-10
                                Section C        Feb 23-24
                                Section D        Mar 9-10
                                Section E        Mar 16-17
 
Propaedeutic Courses
 
PREng 302 (A)        Expository Writing and Research Methods II (Regalia)         F, 2:00-4:40
 
Language Courses (For Enrollment at LST Only)
 
Theo 311.2 (A)        Biblical Hebrew II (Ramirez)                                                   M, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 311.4 (A)        Biblical Hebrew IV (Ramirez)
                                Time to be arranged by Professor with Students
 
Theo 312.2 (A)        Biblical Greek II (Schneider)                                                  T, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 312.4 (A)        Biblical Greek IV (Schneider)
                                Time to be arranged by Professor with Students
 
Theo 313.2 (A)        Latin II (Mananzan)                                                                W, 2:00-4:40
 
Ita 302 (A)               Italian II (Abais)                                                                      Th, 2:00-4:40
 
Philosophical Theology
 
Theo 307 (A)           Research Methodology in Ministry (Alejo)                             Th, 1:30-5:00
   Starts Feb 15                                  
Theo 345.7 (A)        Themes Related to Evangelization II:                                    M, W, 2:00-4:40
                                Confucianism, Hinduism, Buddhism                                      Jan 22-Mar 23
                                (Bresciani/Targa/Tosolini)
 
With the approval of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, any doctoral-level course offered by the Philosophy Department may be taken by PhD students.
 
Biblical Theology
 
Theo 302 (A)           Biblical Hermeneutics and Research Methods (Ramirez)    Th, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 317 (A/B)       Prophets of Israel (Graham, Ramirez)                                  T, 8:00-11:00
 
Theo 325.1(A)         Exegesis: Luke-Acts (Co)                                                     M, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 326 (A/B/C)    Paul (Dianzon, Repole, Schneider - Online)                         Th, 9:00-11:50
 
Theo 327                 John
                                Section A      Co                                                                     M, 9:00-11:50
                                Section B      Vargas                                                              T, 9:00-11:50
                                Section C      Schneider                                                         Online
 
Theo 330.1 (A)        NT Seminar II: Johannine Letters (Navidad)                         W, 2:00-4:40
                                                                                                                               Starts Jan 24
 
Theo 330.2(A)         NT Seminar III: Reading the Gospels Like a Scribe              M, Th, 2:00-4:40
                                Instructed in the Kingdom of Heaven (in Vietnamese)          Jan 15-Mar 12
                                (Nguyen)
                                Not open to STD, PhD, and DMin Students
 
Systematic-Historical Theology
 
Theo 346 (A)           The Church and Churches: Evolution of Christian
                                Worship Space (Javellana)                                                    W, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 349.1 (A)        Muslim-Christian Dialogue through Selected Texts    Prakosa Jan 24-Feb 15 
                                (Prakosa/Soetomo)                                                                W, Th, 2:00-4:40
  Soetomo Feb 21-Apr 18
   Th, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 349.2 (A)        Theology of Religions (MV Francisco)                                  Th, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 355.1(A)         Liturgical Inculturation (Vengco)                                            W, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 357 (A/B)       Sacraments of the Church: Baptism, Confirmation,               Th, 8:00-11:00
                                Penance, Anointing (Diwa - STL students only, Ofrasio)                        
 
Theo 358 (A)           The Theology of the Eucharist (Ofrasio)                                M, 9:00-11:50
 
Theo 378 (A)           Selected Topics in Church History II:                                     T, 2:00-4:40
                                Mysticism, Theology, and the History of their Relationship
                                (de Castro)                                                                            
 

 

Moral Theology

 

 
Theo 309 (A)           Ethics in Pastoral Care and Ministry (Bagley)                       Sa, 9:00-11:40
 
Theo 383 (A)           Contemporary Moral Problems Related to Marriage:
                                Family Spirituality and Sexual Ethics (Gascon)                     T, 2:00-5:00
                                Only for STL students
 
Theo 385 (A)           Contemporary Moral Problems Related to Human Life:
                                Medical/Sexual Ethics (Genilo)                                              M, T, 9:00-10:15
                                Pre-requisite: Theo 208 Fundamental Moral Theology
 
Theo 389.1 (A)        Themes Related to Christian Social Ethics II:
                                Social Justice Advocacy of Bartolome de las Casas
                                (Budi)                                                                                     T, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 389.2 (A)        Justice and Migration (Battistella)                                         M, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 389.5 (A)        Themes Related to Christian Social Ethics III:
                                Spirituality and Theology for Sustainability of Nature
                                and The Poor (Fung)                                                             Online
                                Not for PhD, DMin students
 
Pastoral Theology and Allied Disciplines
 
a) Spirituality
 
Theo 390.1 (A)        Christian Sanctity: Integration of Dogma, Spirituality,          M-F, 8:00-12:00
                                and Life (Henri Nouwen: A Spirituality of Integration           Mar 5-16
                                and Imperfection)  (Hernandez) 
 
Theo 392.2 (A)        Mysticism and St. Ignatius (Quilongquilong)                        T, 2:00-4:40
 
Theo 396.1 (A)        Family Spirituality Practicum (Sanchez/Macabuag)             M, 5:30-8:30
                                Includes weekend seminars; see course description
                                Only for STL and STD students
                               
The following summer spirituality courses (Theo 394.1 to Theo 394.4) are offered by LST in cooperation with the Center for Ignatian Spirituality (CIS). After completing the module, the student may enroll the course at LST for credit during a subsequent semester. The student must present to the LST Vice President for Academic Affairs a certificate or proof of attendance, signed by the CIS Director. During the semester of enrollment, the CIS Director or his/her delegate prescribes the requirements for the credit course in terms of book reports, research papers, etc. Please check the course descriptions for the pre-requisites of the courses and contact the CIS for other details: www.cisphil.org; Tel. 426-4250 to 51; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
Theo 394.1              Foundations for Directed Retreat (Quilongquilong)
Theo 394.2              Fundamentals of Directed Retreat-Giving (Quilongquilong)
Theo 394.3              Supervised Retreat-Giving Experience (Quilongquilong)
Theo 394.4              Giving the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius (Quilongquilong)
 
Open to STL and STD students only
 
The following courses on religious formation are offered by LST in cooperation with the Emmaus Center for Psycho-Spiritual Formation. Contact the Emmaus Center for information on fees for attending the module. Standard LST audit or credit tuition fees also apply. Please contact Emmaus for other details: Tel: 928-6040, 426-6001 local 4875; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
Theo 395.2              Growing in Religious Vows (del Rosario)
                                (Contact Emmaus Center for next offering)
Theo 395.4              Basic Concepts in Psycho-Sexual Formation (del Rosario)
Theo 395.5              Formative Processing Skills (del Rosario)
                       
Open to STL and STD students only
 
b) Pastoral Psychology and Counseling
 
Theo 366 (A)           Special Topics in Marital and Family Counseling:
                                Child and Adolescent Counseling (Villasor)                         M, 2:00-5:00
                                Pre-requisite: Pastoral Psychology and Counseling
                                Only for STL and STD students
 
Theo 366.3 (A)        Pastoral Group Process (Lumiqued)                                    W, 1:30-4:30
                                Maximum number of students: 12
 
Theo 366.6 (A)        Explorations in Individual and Family Resilience
                                (Gonzales)                                                                            Th, 2:00-5:00
                                Only for STL and STD students
 
Theo 367 (A)           Pastoral Counseling Practicum (Lopez)                                T, 2:00-5:00
                                Pre-requisite: Pastoral Psychology and Counseling
                                Maximum number of students: 15
                                Only for STL students
 
Theo 367.1              Marital/Family Counseling Practicum
                                Only for STL and STD students
                                Section A      Lumiqued                                                          W, 5:30-8 :30
                                Section B      Sanchez                                                            T, 5:30-8:30
Prerequisites of Marital/Family Counseling Practicum:
Pastoral Psychology and Counseling; Assessment and Initial Interventions of Individual and Relationship Disorders; Marital/Premarital Dynamics and Counseling: A Psycho-Spiritual Approach; Family Dynamics and Counseling Approaches
 
c) Religious Education
 
Theo 331 (A)           Basics in the Renewal of Religious Education: Contemporary
                                Approaches to Religious Education (Arabit)                           W, 2:00-4:40
 
d) Pastoral Leadership and Management
     Tutorial Courses for STL in Spirituality and Leadership students only
 
Theo 375 (A)           Leadership: A Pastoral Approach (Pojol)
 
Theo 375.1 (A)        Leadership in Context (Fung)
 
Theo 375.2 (A)        Leadership Ethics for Pastoral Care (Pojol)
 
Theo 375.3 (A)        Leadership for Mission (Pojol)
 
Theo 375.4 (A)        Management: A Pastoral Approach (Fung)
 
Theo 375.5 (A)        Management Skills for Pastoral Leaders (Fung)
 
e) Preaching and Homiletics
 
Theo 304.2 (A)         Ministry of the Word II (Tagle/Alfonso/JESCOM)                 F, 2:00-4:40
                   
 
For course descriptions, click here.