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Educators’ Seminar

This is a seminar-style course built from the ground up for teachers and catechists. It is designed for groups of teachers at schools or parish that meet at a pre-set basis (recommended every 1-4 weeks depending upon your groups availability, preferences, and circumstances). Process: Principals, facilitators, or group leaders signs up for a user account, […]

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Retreat II: Accompaniment

SCHEDULE Sunday, 10 Jan 2021 5-7PM Pacific Monday, 11 Jan 2021 Video 1 & Activity 1 Tuesday, 12 Jan 2021 Activity 2 Wednesday, 13 Jan 2021 Video 2 & Activity 3 Thursday, 14 Jan 2021 Activity 4 Friday, 15 Jan 2021 Video 3 & Activity 5 Saturday, 16 Jan 2021 Activity 6 Sunday, 17 Jan […]

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Charism Discernment I

Welcome to this workshop on charism discernment. Two questions that need to be addressed before fully launching into the material are “what is a charism?” and “what is discernment?” The first few video segments will be devoted to these topics as a primer for discussion. The remaining lessons detail each charism themselves. This workshop is […]

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Charism Discernment II

Welcome to the second workshop on charism discernment. The purpose of this workshop is to refine our ability to aid in the communal discernment of another’s charisms. For your convenience, you may wish to refer to the below short definitions quick reference.

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Science and Arts

Introduction Welcome to your course in Science and the Arts. To consider how the lay vocation might play out specifically in these two sectors, we will confront various issues that have caused contention throughout history. At root of such conflicts is the relationship between theology and science, or more broadly, faith and reason. Are these two […]

By webmaster | Science and Arts . Year Three
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Economy and Business

Introduction Welcome to your course in Economy & Business. This course challenges us to bring a Catholic imagination to bear upon our activities of commerce and exchange. To lead us through this course, we are privileged to have with us Mary Hirschfeld, Associate Professor of Economics and Theology at Villanova University. The subsequent lessons will help […]

By webmaster | Economy and Business . Year Three
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Law and Political Order

Introduction Welcome to your course in Law and Political Order. This course begins a series in which we will consider how our lay vocation may invite us to engage in a number of sectors in society. To lead us through this course, we are privileged to have with us Russell Hittinger, Warren Professor of Catholic Studies in […]

By Kyle Zemeir | Year Three
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Evangelization

Introduction Welcome to your course in Evangelization, the heart of our work as apostles of our Lord. To lead us through this course, we are privileged to have with us Fr. John Roche, SDB. Fr. John has ministered as a Salesian in many capacities: as a high school teacher, chaplain and staff member of St. Mary’s […]

By webmaster | Evangelization . Seminar . Year Three
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Liturgy

Introduction Welcome to your course in Liturgy, which will be conducted as a dialogue between Lay Mission Project team members, Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP, and Sean Bryan. What is liturgy? Whence did it arise and what place does it occupy within our lay vocation? What is its purpose? Why does it involve so many curious […]

By webmaster | Liturgy . Seminar . Year Three
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Faith Formation

Introduction Welcome to your seminar on Faith Formation. Now that your own formation is well underway, we will be looking more closely at what is meant by “formation,” particularly as it relates to a term that may be more familiar: “catechesis.” This seminar on Faith Formation will be conducted in a format that differs slightly from […]

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