9am-12pm – Session 112:30pm – Lunch2:30pm-4pm – Session 2
Instructor: Fr. Bob Bauer, SDB
Details: This seminar will explore the types of psalms, as well as the theology and spirituality of them. The seminar will also examine the use of the psalms in the Liturgy of the Hours for daily prayer. Fr. Bob will offer an updated bibliography as well as other resources for this study.
PERSPECTIVES ON EVANGELIZING THE YOUNG23-27 JANUARY6pm dinner • 7-9pm seminar
Instructor: John Roche, SDB: Director of the Institute of Salesian Studies
Details: This five-day seminar offers the opportunity to delve into the depths of the gift of Salesian response to the cries of this secular age. For eight years, Fr. John has taught “Evangelizing a Secular Age” at the Graduate Theological Union, and has woven into this study the giftedness of a Salesian school of spirituality and ministry. The Salesian approach offers much to the challenge of helping the young and their families discover and rediscover Christ in their lives. Salesian ministry, then, is “meaning-making.” It reaches far beyond curriculum or scholastics, and demands an approach that is nothing less than deeply relational. Your registration fee covers the cost of the seminar, and all who attend are invited to join us each night for a meal.
Location: 1831 Arch Street, Berkeley, CA 94709(510) 204-0801
Regular registration (21 Dec '16 or later):$125/person for one seminar or$220/person for both seminars
Cost does not include housing. Limited housing is available at Don Bosco Hall on a first come-first serve basis. Contact Sean at email@example.com for inquiries regarding availability and cost.