Doing Theology from the Margins
We believe in a way of doing theology that builds on the religious experience and praxis of the socially excluded, and gears towards the evangelization of the poor.
St. Vincent School of Theology is the Graduate School of Theology of Adamson University (AdU). In the spirit of “doing theology from the margins”, it offers different courses which can help us achieve its goals.
St. Vincent School of Theology accepts all students from all states of life, genders and ages. Our courses are open to all qualified students – lay people, women and men religious, seminarians and clergy – because SVST believes that to do theology is a right and responsibility of the whole people of God. Peoples of other faith affiliations are also welcome if they are interested to learn about Christian and Catholic theology. You can find here the processes....
Doing Public Theology is a collection of social commentaries on different socio-political issues that affect our people from an interdisciplinary theological perspective. It is the official blog of St. Vincent School of Theology.
JOINT PROJECT OF INA NG LUPANG PANGAKO PARISH, ST. VINCENT SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY, AND DE PAUL HOUSE Community-based Rehabilitation Program for Left-Behind Families of Victims of Extrajudicial Killings at the Ina ng Lupang Pangako Parish, Payatas B, Quezon City.
RCSC is a program under the office of the Academic Dean, it seeks to provide a venue for engaging faith-based and secular social movements in a process of dialogue through research and documentation, conferences and actual socio-pastoral engagement.
Vincentian popular mission includes an actual participation of students in a popular mission conducted by Vincentian mission teams and a subsequent reflection on its programs and processes.
The Church of the poor will also mean that the Church will not only evangelize the poor but that the poor in the Church become evangelizers themselves. (PCP II, 132)