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* Alumni Teleconference October 26, 2015, 2:30-4 pm EST
Catholic Social Teaching, led by Fred Kammer, S.J.
Join us for a teleconference on the themes of Catholic Social Teaching led by Fred Kammer S.J.. Author of several books including, Doing Faithjustice: An Introduction to Catholic Social Thought, (1970, Paulist Press, and third printing 2005), Salted with Fire: Spirituality for the Faithjustice Journey, (Paulist Press 2005) and others, Fr. Kammer is a scholar, presenter and teacher who will share his expertise and perspectives on these themes along with connections to Pope Francis’ writings and words. For a short bio on Fr. Kammer S.J. See http://www.loyno.edu/jsri/bio/fr-fred-kammer-sj-j-d. Given all the excitement and enthusiasm of the Pope’s recent visit to the U.S. it is a good time for ICP alumni to refresh and deepen their understanding of these incredibly important and guiding principles of the Church.
Date and Time: 10/26/2015 02:30 PM US/Eastern (see workshop material below)
Dial-In Number: (641) 715-3580 Access Code: 899-214
Instructions: At the scheduled date and time of the meeting, dial into the conference line. When prompted, enter the Access Code followed by the pound key.
1) Key Principles of Catholic Social Teaching, 2) Modern Catholic Social Teaching, 3) Biblical Roots of Catholic Teaching, 4) Economic Systems and Catholic Social Teaching, 5) Civic Responsibility and Catholic Social Teaching, 6) Living the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching, 7) The Future of Catholic Social Teaching
To register click here: https://ignatiancolleagues.wufoo.com/forms/alumni-teleconference-fall-2015/
* Alumni Summer Workshop August 1-2, 2016
This is an invitation for all ICP alumni to gather together to consider how ICP alumni might contribute to Jesuit higher education on a national level. ICP alumni are uniquely situated to make such a contribution given their professional expertise and mission centered perspective. Come and share your insights, network with colleagues across our institutions, and reconnect with one another. A planning committee is already in place. Mark Reed, president of St. Joseph’s University and an ICP alumni, will be with us to share his reflections as well as others. Arrive by noon and leave by noon the next day! A block of rooms has been reserved for $135 per night per person at the Holiday Inn Express (Conference Center), 6600 North Manheim Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018, (847) 544-7500. More details to follow.
To register click here: https://ignatiancolleagues.wufoo.com/forms/icp-alumni-summer-workshop-august-12-2016/
Welcome to ICP
The Ignatian Colleagues Program is a national program of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) designed to educate and form administrators and faculty more deeply in the Jesuit & Catholic tradition of higher education. The goal of our program is to provide a solid intellectual foundation as well as opportunities for participants to personally experience and appropriate their significance so they may better articulate, adapt, and advance the Jesuit & Catholic mission of their campuses.
Participation in the Ignatian Colleagues Program is an incredible opportunity not only to take a deep dive into learning and experiencing many aspects of our Jesuit and Catholic identity, charism, tradition and spirituality, it also provides the opportunity to form meaningful relationships with colleagues working in senior leadership roles throughout our 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.
As you look through the pages of our website you will notice we offer online workshops, international immersion experiences and Ignatian silent retreats to help achieve our goals. There is also specific information available for new and current participants. Going forward, we hope to create a page for our alumni.
Know that is an extreme privilege for us to serve those who care so deeply about fostering the Jesuit and Catholic mission on our campuses. We look forward to working with you.
Joseph A. DeFeo, Ph.D.
203-254-4000 ext. 2147
News For New Members: Cohort 8
This coming July we welcome our 8th cohort of participants who have been selected by their university president to participate. Those who have been selected to participate and needing to register click here
To learn more about Orientation, July 21-24 in Woodstock, IL. click here