Summer Scripture Seminar starts | 6/19/2016
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June 19-24, 2016
2016 May Crowning CANCELLED | 5/8/2016
2016 May Crowning Mass & Reception CANCELLED
The 2016 May Crowning at Mundelein Seminary has been cancelled due to the Mother's Day holiday and the construction of our new visitor's center beginning on campus in April. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Paluch Lecture Series: Dr. Reinhard Huetter | 5/3/2016
You are invited to a free lecture by Dr. Reinhard Huetter of Duke University on "Development of Doctrine: What it is and Why it Matters."
This presentation will introduce the nature of doctrine and its development in the Catholic theological tradition and will help develop criteria that distinguish between true and false developments.The lecture touches upon one of the most central but also misunderstood topics of Catholic theology.
May 3, 2016
12:15 PM - Optional Lunch
1:30 PM - Lecture Begins
USML Conference Center, (400 Building)
For further details contact Pam Devitt (847)-970-4830, email@example.com
Celebration of Mundelein | 4/13/2016
Meyer Lecture Series: William Lane Craig, Ph.D. | 4/7/2016
Meyer Lecture Series Featuring William Lane Craig:
"What Philosophy Offers to the New Evangelization" and
"Methods for Sharing the Gospel on College Campuses"
Please join us for this free lecture on the campus of Mundelein Seminary.
Thursday, April 7, 2016
7:00 p.m. Welcome by the Rector (Auditorium)
Introduction to the program by the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs
7:15 p.m. Keynote Address – William Lane Craig, Ph.D.
“What Philosophy offers to the New Evangelization”
8:15 p.m. Q and A
9:00 p.m. Conclusion
Friday, April 8, 2016
9:00 a.m. Introduction to program (Auditorium)
9:05 a.m. Keynote Address – William Lane Craig, Ph.D.
“Methods for Sharing the Gospel on College Campuses”
10:15 a.m. Break
10:30 a.m. Faculty Responses
11:00 a.m. Q & A Session
11:15 a.m. Conclusion
Hotels near campus are Candlewood Suites in Libertyville and Comfort Inn in Grayslake.
Mercy as a Biblical Theme and Lenten Spiritual Guide with Fr. John Kartje | 2/9/2016
In the Bible, the word "mercy" conveys a wide range of meanings used to characterize the nature of God's covenantal relationship with humanity. In this Lenten Season of conversion of heart and the Jubilee Year of Mercy, join Fr. John Kartje, Rector and President of Mundelein Seminary / USML, as we explore the spiritual riches of this complex biblical theme. Fr. John returns to St. Joseph Parish to lead us on a 4-session Lenten journey that traces the power of mercy through both the Old and New Testaments. Bring your Bible and a friend!
This series will take place on Tuesdays, February 9, 16 and 23 and concludes on Wednesday, March 9. All sessions in this series will be in the Koenig Center at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Libertyville, IL from 7:00PM-8:30PM.
Registration is required. Information about St. Joseph and registration information here.
2015 Christmas Concert | 12/6/2015
Be inspired by the sounds and songs of the season! Join us for this year’s Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 6 beginning at 2:00 p.m.
Rich Daniels and the City Lights Orchestra along with the Mundelein Seminary Choir under the musical direction of Linda Cerabona create an afternoon filled with a most beautiful collection of Christmas music. It is a not-to-miss holiday event!
Please note that doors open at 1:30 p.m. Your electronic confirmation will serve as your ticket and will be taken at the door. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have a wheelchair, walker or cane, you may be dropped off on the north side of the auditorium before parking in one of primary campus parking lots.
A donation of $20 per person is greatly appreciated to help cover the increasing costs of producing this tremendous Christmas show. Thank you for your consideration and generosity.
Fr. Patrick O'Malley "Perspectives on the Scriptures" Memorial Conference | 10/31/2015
Fr. Patrick O’Malley was a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago for 56 years, passing away in 2013. Fr. O’Malley worked diligently and effectively to connect life with faith for the people of God. He had a great love for scripture and wrote “Perspectives on the Scriptures” for the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Catholic New World newspaper for many years.
Through the generosity of the ACTA (Adult Catechetical Teaching Aids) Foundation, the first of three yearly conferences will take place on Saturday, October 31. The Fr. Patrick O’Malley “Perspectives on the Scriptures” Memorial Conference is designed for all people seeking a deeper relationship with Christ. It will be relevant for laity, deacons and priests. The focus of the 2015 conference will be on the Sunday Cycle C (Luke) of readings.
The conference will be on the beautiful and sacred grounds of the University of Saint Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary. This life giving conference includes…
9:00 - 9:30 a.m. - Fruit, Coffee, Juice
9:30 a.m. - Welcome, Opening Prayer by Fr. Thomas Baima, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs
9:40 a.m. - ACTA Foundation Fr. O'Malley Project and Amazing Contributions of Fr. O'Malley by Msgr. John Canary, Vicar General Emeritus and Fr. Ron Lewinski, Delegate for Parish Transformation.
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Two talks each by noted scripture scholars Fr. John Lodge, professor of Biblical Studies, and Fr. John Kartje, Rector/President
4:00 p.m. - Mass with Fr. John Kartje
The Conference will take place at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake, Conference Center, Room 102
October 29, 2015 The Way of Beauty: A Hillenbrand Lecture with David Clayton | 10/29/2015
Join the Liturgical Institute for a Hillenbrand Lecture with David Clayton, an artist, teacher, author and broadcaster who holds a permanent post as Artist-in-Residence and Lecturer in Liberal Arts at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. The Way of Beauty program, which he developed, focuses on Catholic culture with a special emphasis on art and the liturgy.
Free and open to the public, but please call for a reservation: 847.837.4542.
7:30 pm, Theology Classroom Building, Second Floor.
Rector's Mass: Meet the New Rector on October 18th | 10/18/2015
Meet the New Rector on October 18th!
Join us for the Rector's Mass on Sunday, October 18, where Very Reverend John Kartje will be presiding. Morning prayer will begin at 8:30 a.m. followed by Mass at 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conceptions. A light brunch will be held after the Mass in the refectory where you can meet Fr. Kartje.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-837-4550.
July 15, 2015: Liturgical Institute Fifteenth Anniversary Symposium and Celebration | 7/15/2015
Join the Liturgical Institute for it's fifteenth anniversary celebration!
Enjoy a symposium featuring Institute alumni, Mass, a festive dinner and conferring of the Spiritus Liturgiae Award. Institute students, faculty, alumni and friends welcome. Free admission to symposium sessions.
Schedule of Events
Tuesday, July 14th
8:00 pm Informal Reception, Conference Center Residence Living Room
Wednesday, July 15th
7:30 am Breakfast, University Refectory
8:30 am Morning Prayer, Chapel of the Immaculate Conception
Anniversary Symposium featuring Institute Alumni
9:00 am Session 1: "Liturgical Pastoring in the Twenty-First Century"
Fr. Randy Stice, Diocese of Knoxville, Tennessee
10:45 Session 2: "The Musical Preparation of Seminarians"
Ms. Alexis Kutarna, St. Mary’s Seminary, Houston, Texas
12 noon Lunch, University Refectory
1:00 pm Session 3: "Liturgical Formation of High School Students"
Mr. Roland Millare, St. John XXIII High School, Katy, Texas
2:45 Session 4: "Liturgical Studies in the Academy of the Twenty-First Century"
Dr. Daria Spezzano, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island
4:30 Anniversary Mass, Chapel of the Immaculate Conception
5:30 Anniversary Banquet, University Refectory
Presentation of the Spiritus Liturgiae Award
Followed by a reception in the Conference Center Living Room
Questions? Call 847.837.4542 or email us at email@example.com.
June 18, 2015: Marriage and Continence for the Kingdom—A Living Sign of the World to Come: A Hillenbrand Lecture with Dr. Perry Cahall | 6/18/2015
Join the Liturgical Institute for a Hillenbrand Lecture with Dr. Perry Cahall, Associate Professor of Historical Theology at the Pontifical College Josephinum, where he teaches Theology and Church History. Dr. Cahall is a recognized authority and lecturer on Blessed Pope John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body.” He recently finished a manuscript for a book with the Institute’s Hillenbrand Books entitled The Mystery of Marriage: A Theology of the Body and the Sacrament.
Free and open to the public, but please call for a reservation: 847.837.4542.
7:30 pm, Theology Classroom Building, Second Floor.
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.
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”
Martes 14 de Julio
Universidad Sta. María del Lago-Seminario de Mundelein (Edificio #201-Prist Center-)
1000 E. Maple Ave., Mundlein, IL 60060
Domingo 26 de Julio
Parroquia Transfiguracion del Señor (Salón Parroquial)
2609 W. Carmen, Chicago, Il 60625
Para mayor información contáctenos:
Nelly Lorenzo Daniel E. Ramírez-Flórez
En caso de no poder atender alguna sesión establecida, o de querer tener una sesión informativa en algún lugar particular, llámenos por favor al siguiente teléfono:
O mándenos un correo electrónico a la siguiente dirección:
Aquí encontrarás alguna información sobre el diaconado permanente y nuestro programa:
Ver Información sobre qué es el Programa de Formación para el Diaconado Permanente
Ver Información sobre el Ministerio Diaconal y los Requisitos para ser un Diácono Permanente
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!
Irradiando la Alegría del Evangelio | 1/29/2015
El Instituto de Liderazgo Pastoral, en conjunto con el Seminario de Mundelein, invita a todos los fieles hispanos de la Arquidiócesis de Chicago a participar este próximo 30 de Abril en el primer encuentro pastoral de la Universidad Sta. María del Lago, titulado: “Irradiando la Alegría del Evangelio”.
El evento busca el acercamiento entre la comunidad hispana y los futuros sacerdotes de la arquidiócesis a través de una reflexión en torno a cómo vivimos “la alegría del evangelio” en nuestras vidas. En este evento tendremos la oportunidad de compartir experiencias de vida cristiana y de motivarnos unos a otros en nuestros ministerios a través de las experiencias de vida de algunos presentadores y del pueblo mismo. El evento incluye también el compartir de la mesa con una deliciosa cena que será el lugar óptimo para conversar con sacerdotes, seminaristas y católicos de distintas comunidades parroquiales. Aquí presentamos el volante del evento con mayor información.
Encuentro - Media Pagina
Primer Encuentro Pastoral