Lay Leadership & Lay Ecclesial Ministry Opening Retreats | 8/21/2015
The Opening Retreats for the incoming Lay Leadership and Lay Ecclesial Ministry cohorts will take place from 6pm, Friday, August 21 through 1pm, Sunday, August 23 at the USML Conference Center. For details contact email@example.com or 847-837-4550.
Summer Scripture Seminar | 6/21/2015
Save the Dates!
June 21-26, 2015
Mass and Marian Crowning | 5/3/2015
May Crowning Mass & Reception
Sunday, May 3, 2015
1000 E. Maple Ave.
Meet in the Dowdle Memorial Garden behind the Main Chapel.
Crowning of Mary: 8:30am Mass: 9:00am
Recpetion following Mass
Mundelein Seminary Lecture Series: Dr. David Fagerberg on "Making the World Whole" | 4/22/2015
Join us for a lucheon lecture with Dr. David Fagerberg, 2015 Paluch Chair of Theology, on Wednesday, April 22, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the University Club of Chicago in the Cathedral Room. Dr. Fagerberg's lecture is entitled "Making the World Whole: A Sacrifical Vision of Ordinary Life". Dr. Fagerberg's area of study is liturgical theology. In this talk, he will explore our belief in the world as sacrament and sacrifice in terms of "Doing the World" properly. If you want to know more about why the liturgy is related to everything, then this is the talk for you.
April 16-17, 2015: Liturgical Catechesis and the New Evangelization | 4/16/2015
A Celebration of Mundelein Seminary | 4/15/2015
A Celebration of Mundelein Seminary
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
301 East North Water Street
Reception: 5:30pm Dinner: 6:30pm
An evening of tribute honoring
Most Rev. Alberto Rojas
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klock
2015 Joseph Cardinal Bernardin
2015 Francis Cardinal George
As Those Who Serve Award
Christo Gloria Award
For further details call (844)-553-2000
Institution of Reader | 3/15/2015
On Sunday, March 15, 2015 Most Rev. John R. Manz will preside at the Rite of Institution into the Ministry of Reader at the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, University of Saint Mary of the Lake. Six first year candidates will take part in the liturgy and become instituted Readers.
At the institution, Bishop Manz will charge the men to be faithful in handing on the Word of God so that it may grow strong in the hearts of His people. Additionally, being an instituted Reader means “taking on a special office within the Christian community.” Besides proclaiming the word in the liturgical assembly, an instituted Reader is responsible for:
- instructing children and adults in the faith;
- preparing them to receive the sacraments worthily;
- bringing the message of salvation to those who have not yet received it.
This is an awesome responsibility as well as part of the continuing discernment process as each candidate moves forward on his journey in formation and listens to God’s plan for him in future ministry.
Meyer Lecture Series: Sherry Anne Weddell on "Forming Intentional Disciples" | 3/12/2015
Forming Intentional Disciples
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Mundelein Seminary Auditorium 1000 E. Maple Ave. Mundelein, IL 60060
Begins: Thursday, March 12 at 7:00pm
Ends: Friday, March 13 at Noon
Mundelein Seminary Lecture Series: Dr. Scott Hahn on "The Joy of the Gospel" | 3/10/2015
The Joy of the Gospel: Scripture and the New Evangelization
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
University Club of Chicago
76 E. Monroe St.
Room: Cathedral Room
Begins: 11:30am Ends: 1:30pm
For further details call (847)-970-4834
Rite of Candidacy | 10/12/2014
On Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 1:30pm Auxiliary Bishop John R. Manz of the Archdiocese of Chicago will call nine men to the Rite of Admission to Candidacy for Holy Orders (Order of Deacon) at the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, University of St. Mary of the Lake. These nine men will be formally enrolled as deacon candidates for the Institute for Diaconal Studies.
Candidacy is the first official recognition by the Church of the positive signs of his vocation to the diaconate, which must be confirmed in the next three years of formation—a period that includes academic courses, spiritual formation and direction, pastoral ministry experiences, human/personal development, field education, internships, and much more.
To get to this point in his formation, the men have journeyed through a one-year period of discernment called the Aspirancy Path that included prayer and spiritual formation sessions, an intensive and comprehensive course on the Catechism of the Catholic Church, days of reflection on the deacon’s share in the bishop’s ministries, field ministry experiences in ministering to a culturally diverse Church, a field education experience in Service to Charity, monthly spiritual direction, and a retreat during which he prayed and reflected, with his family, over his possible call to the ordained ministry of deacon.
Sesiones de Información para el Programa de Diaconado Permanente 2015-2016 | 1/29/2015
Si sientes el llamado a servir como diácono dentro de la iglesia, o si quieres saber qué es y de qué se trata el diaconado permanente, el Programa de Formación para el Diaconado Permanente del I.L.P. estará ofreciendo unas sesiones de información en distintos lugares de la arquidiócesis. En estas sesiones se presentará en qué consiste el programa y cuál es el proceso que se sigue. En estas sesiones también se responderá a inquietudes, preguntas, o situaciones particulares que se tengan con respecto al programa o su proceso.
No necesita inscribirse para atender estas sesiones .
“EXPLORANDO LA FORMACIÓN MINISTERIAL Y EL DIACONADO PERMANENTE”
Miercoles 27 de Mayo, 2015
Nuestra Señora de Gracia
Para mayor información contáctenos:
Nelly Lorenzo Daniel E. Ramírez-Flórez
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May 1, 2015 Chant Workshop: Solemnities of the Lord | 3/24/2015
Join noted chant specialist, composer and editor Adam Bartlett for workshops on the chants of different liturgical seasons. All to be held at the USML Conference Center on the Institute's Mundelein campus.
May 1, 2015
Pentecost, Most Holy Trinity, Corpus Christi & Christ the King
The Solemnities at the conclusion of the Easter Season and of Ordinary Time are among the highest points of the latter half of the liturgical year. Full of theological significance, and richly endowed with chants rich in beauty and strength (including two sequences), these Solemnities are anything but ordinary. Participants will learn timeless chants as well as simple English chant settings that are immediately practical additions to any parish repertoire.
Check back soon for registration. Questions? Call 847.837.4542 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LMAP Summer Retreat by the Lake | 6/26/2015
Monsignor Dennis Lyle with lead the Lay Mnistry Alumni Project retreat for graduates of the Lay Leadership program, June 27, 2015. You can come on Friday afternoon or evening and stay overnight to enjoy some shared reflections, dinner and social with friends.
Registrations are being handled by Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, 847-566-6060. You register and pay them directly. The cost for the overnight stay with meals is $81.00 per person. If you only come for the day, the cost is $21.00 per person. In addition to the Retreat House cost, each person will pay $6.00 toward Msgr. Lyle's stipend for directing the retreat.
Space is limited!