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IPS Receives Innovative Projects Grant for Contextual Education from the Association of Theological Schools

IPS Receives Innovative Projects Grant for Contextual Education from the Association of Theological Schools

The Association of Theological Schools, has awarded the Institute of Pastoral Studies and Dr. Dan Rhodes with an innovative projects grant to aid in a new approach to Contextual Education. This project will form equipped leaders to serve the church and society in the twenty-first century and will pioneer a model of theological education based […]

IPS Receives Formation Grant from the Association of Theological Schools

IPS Receives Formation Grant from the Association of Theological Schools

The Association of Theological Schools, has awarded the Institute of Pastoral Studies a formation grant to aid in a major initiative to “develop and implement an innovative and nationally-recognized integrated formation program for students and faculty that includes intercultural competency” – which will fulfill part of IPS’ strategic plan.

The goal of the formation program […]

IPS Receives Planning Grant from the Lilly Endowment

IPS Receives Planning Grant from the Lilly Endowment

Lilly Endowment Inc, has awarded the Institute of Pastoral Studies a planning grant as part of Called to Lives of Meaning and Purpose, a new initiative. Dr. Dan Rhodes, IPS Faculty Coordinator of Contextual Education, and Mark Bersano, IPS Coordinator of Continuing Education, will lead the planning process. The grant will fund the planning of […]

Palm Sunday Reflection with Dr. Jean-Pierre Fortin

Palm Sunday Reflection with Dr. Jean-Pierre Fortin

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion

At The Procession With Palms —  Gospel MT 21:1-11

When Jesus and the disciples drew near Jerusalem
and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives,
Jesus sent two disciples, saying to them,
“Go into the village opposite you,
and immediately you will find an ass tethered,
and a colt with her.
Untie them and bring them here […]

Life in the Full: A Reflection on the Fifth Sunday of Lent from Dr. Peter Jones

Life in the Full: A Reflection on the Fifth Sunday of Lent from Dr. Peter Jones

 

Reading 1EZ 37:12-14

Thus says the Lord GOD:
O my people, I will open your graves
and have you rise from them,
and bring you back to the land of Israel.
Then you shall know that I am the LORD,
when I open your graves and have you rise from them,
O my people!
I will put my spirit in you that you […]

Stazioni Quaresimali: A Reflection on the Roman Lenten Tradition of Station Churches from Dr. Michael Canaris

Stazioni Quaresimali: A Reflection on the Roman Lenten Tradition of Station Churches from Dr. Michael Canaris

Click on the map of Rome below, to learn more about this Roman tradition.

How Will You Lent?

How Will You Lent?

Today is Ash Wednesday, and the beginning of the Lenten season which ends on Holy Saturday. Lent lasts for forty days (excluding Sundays) representing the forty days that Jesus spent in the wilderness, being tempted by Satan, as he prepared to begin his ministry. Lent is a time of preparation, fasting, and repentance in anticipation […]

Book Announcement: Collaborative Parish Leadership

Book Announcement: Collaborative Parish Leadership

Collaborative Parish Leadership: Contexts, Models, Theology is a recently released book of essays exploring team-based parish leadership across a variety of cultures. This book of essays is a culmination of learning and experiences drawn from the long-term pastoral and academic partnerships through “Project INSPIRE”, sponsored by the Lily Endowment, Loyola University Chicago and the Archdiocese […]

IPS Faculty Member Dr. Michael Canaris Awarded STL

IPS Faculty Member Dr. Michael Canaris Awarded STL

 

In January 2017, Michael Canaris was awarded a postdoctoral Licentiate in Sacred Theology specializing in Ecumenism from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas, more commonly referred to as the Angelicum.  His tesina (a lengthy required research project) was focused on ecumenical responses to human trafficking and contemporary slavery.  The research drew in elements from many […]

Statement of AJCU Presidents on Undocumented Students

November 30, 2016

As Presidents of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities we feel spiritually and morally compelled to raise a collective voice confirming our values and commitments as Americans and educators. We represent colleges and universities from across our nation with more than 215,000 students and 21,000 faculty, and over 2 million living alumni.

Grounded in our […]