Full-time and part-time students form a diverse learning community, enriching the educational experience with their varying perspectives and backgrounds.
Full tuition scholarship opportunities are being offered to those who seek to understand their faith and how they might put it to work in the church and the world.
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The Toolbox for Pastoral Leadership is for new Catholic pastors who understand that management skills are essential for creating and sustaining the dynamic and vibrant parish that is vital for living out the Gospel.
Vatican II + Ecumenism Series Part III: Wednesday, October 22. Bar Jonah intro to the decree on ecumenism guided by Donald Ottenhoff of the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research and keynote speaker Elizabeth Groppe from Xavier University to present "Longing for Communion." More info and registration...
Our goal for 'The Way of Beauty: A Liturgical Minister Retreat' is to offer liturgical ministers the space to reflect on the beauty of the liturgy and their ministry through communal prayer, small group conversations and guided reflections. This half-day retreat will take place on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. -- 12:00 p.m. at Emmaus Hall. For more information, contact Seeing the Word graduate assistant Jessie Bazan at email@example.com
"Which came first, Matthew or Mark? Who’s Q? Why is the Gospel of John left off the list? These thoughts and many more like them have plagued both New Testament scholars and others since the beginnings of Christianity, and they have lasted to this present day.
Join us for Fall Semester 2014 at the School of Theology·Seminary as you study for a degree or certificate, or continue a program of personal enrichment.
The travel to the Holy Land consists of two components, the Churches of Revelation and Saint Paul in Turkey, and the biblical and historical sites in Israel and Palestine.
Join us for graduate courses at the School of Theology·Seminary as you develop professional skills, study for a degree or certificate, or continue a program of personal enrichment.
Saint John's School of Theology·Seminary has been doing so for decades in educating strong credible witnesses to go into the world and our communities as chaplains, teachers, liturgy directors, missionaries, music directors and lay ecclesial ministers.
School of Theology·Seminary alum may be providing you guidance and comfort as a chaplain; educating your children as a teacher; or preparing your heart for worship as a liturgist. Watch the video and hear their stories....
Stories about School of Theology·Seminary students and alumni explaining why they studied graduate level theology at Saint John's and how they are using what they learned.
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