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3 - 23 June 2007
ICCRS will be offering its second Leadership Formation Institute programme. Classes will include studies in Scripture, Ecclesiology, Mary, Pneumatology, Kerygma, CCR, Leadership and Ministry.
"There is an urgent need to proclaim with strength as well as to have a solid and deep Christian formation. How much need there is today for mature Christian leaders, who are aware of their own vocation and mission in the Church and in the world!"
John Paul II
Much of the time will be used to give practical teaching and workshops on various aspects of ministry within the CCR. Students will get valuable experience that they can take home with them. In addition, the students will go on several field trips.
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Ancelle di Cristo Re - Casa di Esercizi Spirituale “Nostra Signora Madre della Misericordia”
Via di Monte Cucco, 25 00148 Roma
Cost fee, food, accomodation and transport from/to airports: € 1.500.
Classes will be in English and Spanish.
In the last years of his life, Pope John Paul II, recognizing the contribution the Catholic Charismatic Renewal could make to the entire Church, urged members of this movement to increase efforts of formation within the Renewal.
Responding to this plea, ICCRS opened its first International Leadership Formation Institute in June of 2005. By all indications the Institute was a huge success, serving nearly 50 students from over 15 countries.
ICCRS will be offering its second Leadership Formation Institute programme, scheduled June 3-22 2007, in Rome.
Classes will include studies in scripture, ecclesiology, Mary, the Holy Spirit, Kerygma, and CCR.
In addition, much of the time will be used to give practical teaching and workshops on various aspects of ministry with the CCR. Students will receive much practical. “do-able” advice and experience that they can take home with them.
There will also be time set aside for prayer, mass, Eucharistic adoration, and ministry. A priest will be at the Institute full time, serving as chaplain.
In addition to what is already being offered, the Institute will make several field trips, visiting both various Vatican offices, and visiting key historical sites in Rome. In this way, the Institute students will have a living contact with the Church today and an understanding of its early, historical, and cultural roots.
An international team of teachers will serve during the three weeks and Jim Murphy, ICCRS councillor, will serve as Director of the Institute.
Taken from the ICCRS Newsletter November-December 2006