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LST's New Philosophy Program. The Certificate in Pre-Theology Studies is a two-year non-degree program comprising mostly of philosophy, but also basic theology and language courses required for admission to the graduate-level first cycle ecclesiastical degree program, the Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology (STB). The curriculum is grounded on the principle that “reason, when open to the mystery of God and directed to Him, allows a solid acceptance of Revelation, seeks a deeper understanding of its contents, and offers instruments and language for its proclamation to the world” (Ratio Fundamentalis Institutionis Sacerdotalis 2016, n. 116). Read on...
Theology and Ministry Program (LST), Ateneo de Manila University: Pioneering in Roman Catholic DMin Professional Education in the Philippines and in Asia. The Doctor of Ministry is designed for Religious Educators, Catechetical Coordinators, Retreat Directors, Seminary Formators, Chaplains, Spiritual Directors and Pastoral Counselors. Being a Professional Ministerial Performance degree program, it is distinct from the Doctor of Philosophy in Theology program which focuses primarily on academic creative research. Read on...
LST's Licentiate in Sacred Theology program with a field of specialization in Spirituality and Leadership is a joint endeavor of LST and East Asian Pastoral Institute (EAPI). Students admitted to this STL program also participate in EAPI's Pastoral Leadership and Management for Mission Program as residential (live-in) students from January to June. LST-EAPI also currently offers a civil degree Master of Arts major in Pastoral Ministry with a field of specialization in Pastoral Management. Read on...
LST’s Asian Theological Program (ATP) consists primarily of providing a theological and pastoral formation that is more Asian in content, methodology, and ethos through courses that have an explicit Asian content, courses that discuss theological issues common to Asian contexts, tools for critical understanding of our cultural and linguistic contexts, and courses that highlight the importance of context in understanding Christian doctrine and practice.             Read on...
The true God will not even talk about the sin of the lost son. The true God talks only about “he was lost and is found, he was dead and has come back to life”.   Homily of His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle at the Closing Mass of the LHS-LST Jubilee Celebration on Sept. 11, 2016...       Read on...

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