Spring Conference Public Lecture

Public Lecture & Panel Discussion

Friday, June 14, 2024

On the evening of Friday, June 14, 2024, CATA will host a public lecture and panel discussion, featuring local Montreal pastor-theologian, Domenic Ruso.
Time: 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Venue: The Church of St. Mark and St. Peter
Location: 1650 rue Decelles, Montreal, Quebec, H4L 2E6

A four-minute walk from metro Côte-Vertu; parking available on the street and in
the school parking lot behind the church.

Title & Abstract: TBA (check the webpage closer to the end of January)
Speaker: Domenic Ruso, Ph.D. (University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology) is a pastor, author, and leader who believes that this is the best time to learn and engage new questions emerging from a secular culture. His passion for the church led him to plant (the180.ca) in the greater Montreal region. Dom is constantly thinking of new ways to reflect on complex questions about faith, spirituality, truth and how those intersect with faith in Jesus and the Bible. His graduate work in Patristics and PhD in Reformation studies fuels his teaching in a way that seeks to stretch people to reimagine new paradigms that involve ongoing biblical engagement and the serious challenges of an emerging Post-Christian culture.