The STM Continuing Education department offers a variety of professional development opportunites that engage a topic in a more robust way than one-off lectures. These programs typically meet online (via Zoom) for ~2 hour sessions, once/per month over 4 months.
This course offers the opportunity to explore some of the questions and challenges of the spiritual life, and to further refine the skills to help others mine the riches of God's grace.
The creative arts can offer grievers a safe outlet for managing their grief that is both readily accessible and easily saved. This program offer insights on hosting a bereavement program that uses the arts to explore grief and loss.
How might people of faith cultivate and strengthen resources to respond to and cope with grief? In this series, we will take up this question by focusing on the three interrelated dimensions of grief, resilience, and a Christian worldview.
A course for Jewish and Christian professionals in which we will explore the many uses of the Psalms in our various communities, past and present.
A 3- day scholarly seminar on remembering the experiences of women and children during the Holocaust, with small group discussion.
Our Church and our world are in desperate need of the Grace-Filled Spirit and Feminine Wisdom of these extraordinary women. Among the heroic saints whose lives we will explore are Mary, Elizabeth, Dorothy Day, Jane de Chantal, Zelie Martin, Elizabeth Anne Seton, and Monica and Martha Jane, the mothers of two boys named Augustine.