November 14, 2014: Profound Preaching Paradigms for Preachers | 11/14/2014
Profound Preaching 2014: Paradigms for Preachers
A Workshop for Priests and Deacons with Fr. Allan White, op
“On the road to Emmaus Jesus provides a model of how preachers should approach their ministry. Discipleship and proclamation go together. Preachers must listen to the Word, be transformed by the Word and live the Word so that those who cannot read it can read it in and through them.”
-Fr. Allan White, op
Registration fee of $75.00 includes admission to all sessions, lunch, coffee and snacks. Overnight accommodations and additional meals are also available.
On-line: For quick and easy on-line registration, click here.
Print: To download a printable registration flyer, click here (PDF). You can fax your registration form to 847.837.4545.
Phone: To register by phone, call 847.837.4542
Event Schedule, Friday, November 14, 2014
please note revised schedule
|8:30 am||Check-in opens, USML Conference Hall (Building 4, click here for map, parking in Purple Lot)|
|9:00 am||Sung Morning Prayer, Chapel of the Immaculate Conception|
|9:30 am||Welcome, Room 202 of USML Conference Hall|
|9:45 am||Welcome and Session I: Emmaus: From Blindness to Sight
|11:15 am||Session II: Telling Stories to Become the Story: Parables and Proverbs
|12:15 pm||Sung Midday Prayer|
|12:30 pm||Lunch, University Dining Hall|
|2:00 pm||Session III: “Come Behind Me:” How to Be a Disciple
|3:15 pm||Session IV: Listen Before You Speak: A Samaritan Evangelist
|4:30 pm||Sung Evening Prayer, Chapel of the Immaculate Conception|
Workshop leader Fr. Allan White, OP was born in London. After studies at Oxford University, he joined the Dominican Order in 1973 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1979. After studies in philosophy and theology at Oxford and Edinburgh, he completed a Ph.D. in sixteenth century history at the University of Edinburgh. His time in the Order has been mostly spent in university ministry, teaching in Oxford, Cambridge, London and Edinburgh, and in administration. He has served as senior Catholic Chaplain in the University of Edinburgh and was associate Chaplain in the university of Oxford before being invited to become senior Catholic Chaplain in the University of Cambridge, where he served for six years. He was elected Prior Provincial of the English Dominican friars in 2000 and ministered in that capacity for eight years before going to Rome as an assistant to the Master of the Dominican Order. Father Allan came to the United States in 2011 and was asked to accept the post of Director and Senior Chaplain of the New York University Catholic Centre where he presently serves.