Presenter Information

Kelly AdamsonFollow

Location

Kennedy Union 311

Start Date

18-7-2019 10:30 AM

End Date

18-7-2019 11:30 AM

Description

As increasing numbers of young adults identify as spiritual but not religious and as student bodies become increasingly religiously diverse, how do we at Catholic colleges and universities take seriously the call of the Church for greater attention to evangelization; the call of our institutions for rootedness in our Catholic charisms and commitment to diversity equity and inclusion; and the needs of our world for citizens who are (multi)religiously literate and sensitive? How might we contribute to these common goods and soar to greater heights through campus collaboration? This workshop will address these contemporary needs for campus ministry and partners at Catholic colleges and universities through utilizing ministry learning outcomes that are intentionally focused and pastorally flexible; a corresponding rubric that is developmental, formational, and accessible to our diverse populations; and corresponding assessment that guides program planning, shapes ministry, and helps us better understand students' connections to faith traditions.

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Jul 18th, 10:30 AM Jul 18th, 11:30 AM

Soaring to the Heavens: Faithful to the Common Goods

Kennedy Union 311

As increasing numbers of young adults identify as spiritual but not religious and as student bodies become increasingly religiously diverse, how do we at Catholic colleges and universities take seriously the call of the Church for greater attention to evangelization; the call of our institutions for rootedness in our Catholic charisms and commitment to diversity equity and inclusion; and the needs of our world for citizens who are (multi)religiously literate and sensitive? How might we contribute to these common goods and soar to greater heights through campus collaboration? This workshop will address these contemporary needs for campus ministry and partners at Catholic colleges and universities through utilizing ministry learning outcomes that are intentionally focused and pastorally flexible; a corresponding rubric that is developmental, formational, and accessible to our diverse populations; and corresponding assessment that guides program planning, shapes ministry, and helps us better understand students' connections to faith traditions.