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Meet our Fall 2012 Resident Director

Posted by: on August 7, 2012   |Comments (0)|Uncategorized

Patrick V. Reid, Ph.D. is a professor of Theology at Providence College.  Since 1977 he has taught courses in Biblical Theology, Old Testament, and New Testament on both the undergraduate and graduate level, and all four semesters of the Development of Western Civilization course for both honors students and regular students.  He has published three books–Readings in Western Religious Thought: the Ancient World, Readings in Western Religious Thought: The Middle Ages through Reformation, and Moses’s Staff and Aeneas’s Shield— and several articles in scholarly and popular journals on the Old and New Testament and the Roman Catholic Lectionary.  He also does a weekly column on the Lectionary for The Rhode Island Catholic paper.

Patrick V. Reid, Ph.D. is a professor of Theology at Providence College.  Since 1977 he has taught courses in Biblical Theology, Old Testament, and New Testament on both the undergraduate and graduate level, and all four semesters of the Development of Western Civilization course for both honors students and regular students.  He has published three […]MORE

Benvenuto a Roma!

Posted by: on August 2, 2012   |Comments (0)|Uncategorized
PC Students @ Colosseum

Providence College Class of 2013 students (L. to R.) Patrick Osborne, Kathleen Miller and Annie Bossa at the Colosseum in Fall 2011.

 

In the fall of 2011 the inaugural group of students arrived in Rome to begin their studies at the Providence College/CEA Center for Theology and Religious Studies in Rome!  Under the guidance of Faculty Resident Director Dr. Dana Dillon (FRD 11-12), students spent four months exploring Italy, learning about the New Testament in the Eternal City, and living like Romans.

For more on what our 2011-2012 group did in Rome, check out Dr. Dillon’s blog!

  In the fall of 2011 the inaugural group of students arrived in Rome to begin their studies at the Providence College/CEA Center for Theology and Religious Studies in Rome!  Under the guidance of Faculty Resident Director Dr. Dana Dillon (FRD 11-12), students spent four months exploring Italy, learning about the New Testament in the Eternal […]MORE