Summer Listings 2: Conferences, Educational Opportunities, Graduate Studies, Hermitages, Institutes, Monastic Experiences, Programs, Retreats, Sabbaticals, Seminars

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Summer Listings 2: Conferences, Educational Opportunities, Graduate Studies, Hermitages, Institutes, Monastic Experiences, Programs, Retreats, Sabbaticals, Seminars


CONFERENCES/CONVENTIONS

TEXAS

PLACE: University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX

DATES: June 9-10, 2011

DESCRIPTION: The 8th Annual Rev. William J. Young Social Justice Conference," Living Justice in the 21st Century," will commemorate 120 years of Catholic Social Teaching by focusing on this tradition with regard to contemporary social issues. Featured speakers include Bishop Ricardo Ramirez of Las Cruces, NM and Fred Kammer of Loyola University. Daniel Cardinal DiNardo will serve as the celebrant at the opening liturgy. Continuing education credits offered for teachers, ministers, and advocates. Registration - $50; Housing on Campus - $65 per night. For more information contact Chris Lively at (713)525-3812 or email: younginstitute@stthom.edu Visit us/register online at: www.theyounginstitute.org

SWITZERLAND

PLACE: Einsiedeln Conference, Einsiedeln, Switzerland

DATES: July 2-14,2011

DESCRIPTION: The 26th annual Einsiedeln Conference integrates Jungian Psychology and Spirituality through lectures, rituals, art expression and more. This year's theme, "Tending the Heart of Relationship: Nurturing Wellness, Healing Brokenness" is elaborated by Jungian analysis from Zurich in the series of lectures and seminars in this lovely Swiss village. 33 CEU credits are available. For more information go to: www.jungconference.org email: kaywagner2001@aol.com or call (505)992-9779.

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

CONNECTICUT

PLACE: Yale Institute of Sacred Music, New Haven. CT

DATES: June 2011

DESCRIPTION: Yale Institute of Sacred Music offers week long summer courses in June on the Yale campus in New Haven to engage the integration of music, worship, and the arts: Renewing Congregational Song: Musical Skills and Vocal Development for Parish Ministry; Bach's Passions--Musical Language and Religious Contexts; Composition for Church Musicians; Icon Writing Workshop. More information at: http://sdqsummerterm.sites.yale.edu/

GRADUATE STUDIES

TEXAS

PLACE: University of Dallas School of Ministry, Irving, TX

DATES: June 11-25, 2011

DESCRIPTION: The University of Dallas School of Ministry announces two new Summer Intensive Graduate Courses, to be held June 11-25, 2011 in Irving, TX. This intensive summer program will feature two courses, Contemporary Parish and Fundamental Theology. Each course will be worth 3 credit hours and each participant can take one or both of the classes. Class will meet for three hours each for fifteen days straight. This program also offers additional benefits, including opportunities for community building, daily prayer and worship options, optional evening social activities, and room and board options. Interested parties should visit: www.udallas.edu/somsummer

HERMITAGES

NEW YORK

PLACE: Cedars of Peace, Nerinx, KY

DATES: Year round

DESCRIPTION: Located in the woods of the 800-acre Loretto Motherhouse farm in central Kentucky, Cedars of Peace offers seven hermitages rented by the day or month. Our commitment to living gently on the land is reflected through a director's cabin built from cordwood and clay, a garden, and cabin renovations using reclaimed materials. The hermitages are comfortable year-round with electricity, water, and cooking facilities. Large windows and screened porches make nature accessible. Daily liturgy is available at the Loretto Motherhouse church, a half mile away. 5.15 Nerinx Rd., Nerinx, KY 40049; (270)865-5291; cedarsofpeace@gmau.com

WEST VIRGINIA

PLACE: Franciscan Appalachian Hermitage, Spencer, WV

DATES: April 1 - Oct. 31, 2011

DESCRIPTION: Interested in being alone with the Alone? Small hermitages nestled in the mountains of west central West Virginia are available for single person occupancy. They are simple but well insulated and equipped with electric, plumbing and kitchen facilities. …

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