Tag Archives: Co-Workers in the Vineyard

Bishop Blase Cupich: Advancing Excellence

A Great Opportunity Bishop Blase Cupich of the Diocese of Spokane described the National Symposium as an important phase in contributing to the request on the part of the bishops for more research and dialogue around lay ecclesial ministry as … Continue reading

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Somos uno iglesia!

We are one church! A significant point of discussion has come up in almost every conversation this week… How are we incorporating a multicultural approach and sensitivity into all this work on lay ecclesial ministry? I talked with Sergio Canjura … Continue reading

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Vocation and Authorization

What’s all the talk about? The whole campus has been abuzz with conversation surrounding vocation / authorization / theological points of convergence / challenges and implications.  If you’re on campus and haven’t heard the phrase “lay ecclesial ministry” at least … Continue reading

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Exploring the Landscape

Religious/Cultural/Sociological Landscapes Dr. Nancy Ammerman… Professor of Sociology of Religion from Boston University’s School of Theology presented an insightful and thought-provoking look at how the religious, cultural and sociological landscape in the United States is impacting religious leadership. Three particularly … Continue reading

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Bishop Kinney: Co-Workers is ground-breaking.

Bishop Kinney from the Diocese of St. Cloud presided at the opening Mass for the 2011 Collegeville National Symposium for Lay Ecclesial Ministry.  He quoted the late Archbishop Pietro Sambi… Apostolic Nuncio to the United States… “This is where God … Continue reading

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