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Corinne Winter

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Professor

Theology

Main Campus
Christ the King Chapel, LC 105
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803

563-333-6442
WinterCorinneM@sau.edu

Dr. Winter belongs to the College Theology Society and the National Association of Women in Catholic Higher Education. She participates in gatherings and discussions of the Association for Graduate Programs in Ministry.  She also makes frequent presentations at local parishes and has worked with couples preparing for marriage in the Catholic Church.

Dr. Winter teaches Catholic/Christian Systematic Theology (the study of church teachings, their relationships to one another, and their significance), as well as in Lay Ministry formation and Deacon Formation programs in the Diocese of Davenport. She also serves as liaison with the diocese for the Master of Pastoral Theology program.

 

Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Systematic Theology

M.A., University of Dayton
Theological Studies

B.A., St. Olaf College
English Education

 

Courses Taught

THEO 120 - Introduction to Christian Faith
THEO 320 - Jesus Christ: His Person and Mission
WI-THEO - 322 The Church: Its Meaning and Mission
THEO 325 - Models of God
MPTH 541 - Systematics I
MPTH 543 - Systematics II
MPTH 547 - Systematics II
MPTH 549 - Ecclesiology and Vatican II

 

Areas of Professional Interest

  • Catholic Church teaching
  • Ecumenical dialogue
  • Ministry formation
  • Theological reflection

 

Publications

"Women in Christianity" in Sage Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2011
A frequent contributor to the Catholic Messenger (Diocesan newspaper of the Davenport Diocese)