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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.




Explorer of the Universe, Stephen Hawkings Dies

  "Unlike me, Prof. Hawking did his best to stare into the far reaches of the universe. If anyone could have...

Philanthropy That Thinks Deeply About Rural Community

Based in Indianapolis, the Lilly Endowment is perhaps best known for its grants to strengthen pastoral leaders and...

Grappling with Questions of Belonging, Unity, and Faith

Years ago, against the advice of colleagues, Amanda Parrish Morgan taught Marilynne Robinson's debut novel,...


Mon, Mar 19, 2018 - 08:00 pm
  Church Music Today: A Conversation with Composers James and Marilyn Biery  

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