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Katarina Schuth on Educating Leaders for Ministry

This conversation was prompted by her book with Victor Klimoski and Kevin O'Neil, Educating Leaders for Ministry: Issues and Responses. The book highlights the learnings of the Keystone Conferences, five six-member teams consisting of rectors/presidents, deans, and faculty members from a broad range of Catholic seminaries convened for a week each year for intense conversation and study around case studies from the participating institutions that illustrated how they were handling pedagogical challenges identified by faculties.

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