Conference on Partners in the Conversation: The Role of Ecumenical Divinity Schools in Catholic Theological Education

Citation: 
Charles, Henry J. and M. Shawn Copeland. Conference on Partners in the Conversation: The Role of Ecumenical Divinity Schools in Catholic Theological Education. Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT, March 13-15, 1992.
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Charles and Copeland, with F. Cardman, M. Guider, R. Schreiter, K. Schuth, and L. Ferranti, organized a conference on the "Role of Ecumenical Divinity Schools in Catholic Theological Education," in March, 1992. "The Call to Ecclesial Ministry" included remarks by R. Imbelli of Boston College, C. J. Dinnean of Fairfield University, Margaret Farley, J. Massa of Queens College, and R. Wister of the National Catholic Educational Association. "New Emergent Forms of Collaborative Ministry" included M. Ryan of the College of the Holy Cross, G. Noonan of the Center for Pastoral Life and Ministry, J. M. Luti of Andover Newton Theological School, F. Cardman of Weston School of Theology, and H. Bleichner of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. "The Future and Future Contexts of Catholic Theology" was the focus of A. E. Patrick of Carleton College, M. S. Copeland, F. S. Fiorenza of Harvard, M. L. Lamb of Boston College, and J. Rodriguez of Seattle University. "Formal Responses to the Study and the Conference" included L. Roy of the National Association for Lay Ministry, T. Ogletree of Yale, O. Lipscomb, Archbishop of Mobile, and D. Kelsey of Yale. L. Roy chaired "Ongoing Work: Questions Toward the Future," with H. Charles, D. Hoge, M. Walsh of the Bishops Conference, and V. S. Finn of Weston.

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