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Stephanie Paulsell on the Vocation of the Theological Educator

Stephanie Paulsell discusses how the practices in which teachers and students are already engaged -- reading, writing, teaching, learning — might be reimagined as activities that can themselves be spiritually formative. Paulsell has been director of the Catholic Theological Union's project on Christian Spirituality and the Vocation of the Theological Educator where doctoral students are asked to articulate how they understand themselves in relation to their field of study and in relation to the education of future ministers.

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