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The Benedictine Dialogues · Season 1

Larry Chapp, Ph.D | Living in a Sacramental Cosmos

Dr. Larry Chapp is a retired professor of theology, and a specialist in the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar. He taught for twenty years at De Sales University in Pennsylvania. He and his wife now own and manage a Dorothy Day Catholic Worker Farm. In this episode he is joined by Benedictine College Theologian Dr. Matthew Ramage. Listen in as they discuss the mission of the farm, the ecological vision of the Church, and the mystery of suffering in the cosmos.

Benedictine College is transforming culture in America, one conversation at a time. From our studios in Atchison, Kansas these are The Benedictine Dialogues.

To enjoy the free series “Faith and Science: Creation” visit media.benedictine.edu/faith-and-science

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Dr. Larry Chapp is a retired professor of theology, and a specialist in the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar. He taught for twenty years at De Sales University in Pennsylvania. He and his wife now own and manage a Dorothy Day Catholic Worker Farm. In this episode he is joined by Benedictine College Theologian Dr. Matthew Ramage. Listen in as they discuss the mission of the farm, the ecological vision of the Church, and the mystery of suffering in the cosmos.

Benedictine College is transforming culture in America, one conversation at a time. From our studios in Atchison, Kansas these are The Benedictine Dialogues.

To enjoy the free series “Faith and Science: Creation” visit media.benedictine.edu/faith-and-science