In May, Rob Corzine (Vice President of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology) returns for a talk on the two lungs of the Church (Catholicism and Orthodoxy). What caused the Great Schism? What are some of the differences between the East and the West? What obstacles remain which keep us apart? Rob will answer these questions and more. Join us!
Robert Corzine is Vice President of Programs for the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. He was received into the Catholic Church in 1994 and has held teaching and advocacy positions for several Catholic apostolates, including work as an apologist and catechetical writer for Catholics United for the Faith and as producer and host of a weekly Catholic radio program on apologetics and evangelization. Host of EWTN’s Genesis to Jesus with Dr. Scott Hahn, Rob holds a degree in Humanities and Catholic Culture from Franciscan University. After graduation, Rob spent several years in Washington, D.C., working for public policy think tanks and family-policy organizations to train activists, teach undergraduates, and organize networks of public-interest lawyers, scholars, and policy analysts. He teaches in our Journey Through Scripture program and is the producer and host of “St. Paul Center Presents” on Relevant Radio.