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Charisms of Consecrated Life: Gifts of the Spirit for the Common Good
“Consecrated Life as a Charism in the Church” is Part 1 of a three-part enrichment series primarily intended for members of institutes of consecrated life and for the associates who participate in the charism and mission of an institute, for members of the ecclesial movements, and for others who participate in groups and fraternities which have sprung from a charism.
The series consists of a weekly invitation to explore each institute’s foundation event, and how the people involved in it discerned a charism of the Holy Spirit, which is now expressed in a Rule of Life.
New content is added each week. This is an online asynchronous class, and participants will be able to view prerecorded lessons and materials at their own pace through February 21, 2022.
Part 1: Consecrated Life as a Charism in the Church (register in the ‘Tickets’ section below)
Part 2: The Charism of Founders of Institutes of Consecrated Life and the Ecclesial Movements (March 14, 21, 28, 2022) REGISTER FOR PART 2
Part 3: The Rules / Statutes / Constitutions as Charism Expressions of the Gospel (May 2, 9, 16, 2022) REGISTER FOR PART 3
- For the members of institutes of consecrated life and ecclesial movements to appreciate the richness of their charisms in a deeper way.
- For the members of each institute to see their charism as one of the “flowers” contributing to and being enriched by all the other “flowers” of the whole charismatic “garden” of the Church.
- To acquire a deeper understanding of the concept and roles of “founders”, “charisms”, and how these are expressed in the Constitutions, Rules and Statutes of an institute of consecrated life or an ecclesial movement or association.
This is an online asynchronous class, and participants will be able to view prerecorded lessons and materials at their own pace through February 21, 2022. On each class date listed below, new content will be added to the resource page by 11:00 am Central Time for viewing by class participants whenever convenient for them thereafter, through February 21, 2022.
Part 1: Consecrated Life as a Charism in the Church
|Presentation 1||January 24||The Early Church: “We have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us” (Romans 12:6)|
|Presentation 2||January 31||Vatican 2: “special graces distributed among the faithful of every rank” (Lumen Gentium 12)|
|Presentation 3||February 7||Institutes of Consecrated Life: “The charism of the religious life is the fruit of the Holy Spirit, who is always at work within the Church.” (Evangelica Testificatio n 11)|
Fr. Frank Santucci is originally from South Africa, where he became a Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate in 1970 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1976. He did further studies at the Claretianum Institute of Theology of Consecrate Life (Pontifical Lateran University) in Rome, where he obtained a licentiate and doctorate.
He has lived in South Africa, Rome, Aix en Provence and San Antonio where he has been involved in pastoral ministry, congregational first and ongoing formation and animation of the members of the lay and religious members of the Mazenodian family throughout the world.
He is the holder of the Kusenberger Chair of Oblate Studies at Oblate School of Theology, which has an academic and an ongoing formation outreach to the Missionary Oblates and Lay members of the Mazenodian Family throughout the world.
Registration Fee: $30
Please note: We will send you class and resource page information via email approximately one week before the series begins.
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The Kusenberger Chair of Oblate Studies (at Oblate School of Theology) was established in January 2017 to conclude the celebration of the 200 years of existence of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. The Chair is the first of its kind and is dedicated to the study and dissemination of the history, charism, spirituality and mission of the Missionary Oblates through teaching and research, academic and enrichment programs, an annual Kusenberger Chair of Oblate Studies Lecture, and cooperation with the other Institutes of higher learning – at the service of the Oblate General Administration and all connected with the charism of Saint Eugene de Mazenod throughout the world.
The Chair offers an online asynchronous Certificate in Oblate Studies and an M.A. Spirituality degree, with a concentration in Oblate Studies.
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