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Informed And Formed By Theological Education, Kathleen A. Cahalan Jan 2018

Informed And Formed By Theological Education, Kathleen A. Cahalan

School of Theology and Seminary Faculty Publications

This essay explores the author’s experiences of both the contributions and the limits of the varied ways in which the meaning and purpose of theological education have been understood: as a habitus, as liberating praxis, as faith seeking understanding, as the clerical paradigm, as scholarship for the church, as spiritual practice, and as practical knowing. With appreciation for each, she concludes that theological education is a disciplined way of life in search of wisdom for our times.


One Bonner Leader's Experience: Csb Campus Ministry Spirituality And Social Justice, Jamie L. Mccarthy Apr 2015

One Bonner Leader's Experience: Csb Campus Ministry Spirituality And Social Justice, Jamie L. Mccarthy

Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day

This poster describes the programming and projects I was involved with as a Bonner Leader, including lectures and panels like "ISIS: What You Need to Know" and "Two Women's Stories: The Long Journey from Drugs and Prostitution to Healing and New Life" and activities like the Alternative Gift Sale, Justice Walking, Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Earth Day Urban Plunge, and World AIDS Day.


Cultivating Sacramentality Through Administrative Work: Guidance From St. Benedict On Being A Catholic Department Chair, Rodger Narloch Jan 2014

Cultivating Sacramentality Through Administrative Work: Guidance From St. Benedict On Being A Catholic Department Chair, Rodger Narloch

Psychology Faculty Publications

One dilemma encountered by department chairs and administrators at Catholic colleges and universities is how to respect the pluralistic religious views of the faculty while being faithful to one's own and the institution's Catholic tradition. The Rule of St. Benedict offers guidance that can result in deepening the respect for all individuals by welcoming all as Christ, adapting to the temperament of the individual, and listening with the ear of one's heart. Through these practices one may cultivate a sacramental vision of the world in oneself and within the academic culture of the department or institution, creating ...


Faith And Learning At The College Of Saint Benedict And Saint John's University, Hilary Thimmesh Osb, Emmanuel Renner Osb Jan 1997

Faith And Learning At The College Of Saint Benedict And Saint John's University, Hilary Thimmesh Osb, Emmanuel Renner Osb

Administration Publications

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