The Centro Pro Unione, a research and ecumenical action center in the heart of Rome, has recently produced a magnificent documentary on the “unique experience lived in learning and participating in the program of the annual Summer Course: ‘Introduction to the Ecumenical & Interreligious Movements from a Catholic Perspective’.” The Centro and the GTF have enjoyed a formal affiliation for nearly 25 years, and many GTF students have attended the Centro Summer Course in Rome, applying credits toward their degrees at the GTF.
Watch the documentary and see images of the Centro’s historic lecture hall and many places that students visit during the summer course such as the Basilica of St. Paul’s outside the walls, St. Peter’s Basilica and excavations, St. John Lateran Cathedral and Baptistery, as well as the Synagogue and Mosque of Rome!
GTF Students have the opportunity to study at the Centro in the annual summer program and earn credits toward a degree at the GTF. Students take courses each morning over one, two, or all three weeks of the course, and participate in excursions to historical sites in the afternoon. Learn more about how to study at the Centro Pro Unione in Rome! (Applications are now open. The deadline is March 31, 2016.)
Dates for 2016: June 27-July 15 (Students attend one, two or all three weeks.)
The Centro Pro Unione is an ecumenical research and action center located in the heart of Rome and founded and directed by the Franciscan Friars of Atonement. The Director of the Centro Pro Unione and the Summer School in Rome is Father James Puglisi, S.A., Ph.D., S.T.D., a member of the ecumenical faculty of the Angelicum in Rome and Fellow and Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman Professor of Catholic Theology at the Graduate Theological Foundation.