Adult Faith Formation
PAST BISHOP LUCKER LECTURES
"White-Hot Faith Transforming the Culture"
with Barbara Elliott
with Marcus Grodi
"Sowing Seeds of Hope in a Distracted World"
with Jim Ennis
"The YouTube Heresies"
with Fr. Robert Barron
The program is available in DVD.
To order contact: Office of Communications
"Our Future Priests, From Someone Who Knows Them: An Examination of Recent Trends in the Priesthood"
LAY MINISTRY PROGRAMS
Together in Mission, Together in Ministry,
LAY MINISTRY GRANT
Have you ever thought about serving the Diocese of New Ulm as a DRE, teacher, canon lawyer, or pastoral care supervisor? Do you wish you could further your education in these fields, but don't have the resources to do so?
The Diocese of New Ulm offers the Lay Ministry Grant to individuals pursuing a master degree in theology, pastoral ministry, pastoral administration, liturgy, or canon law. Applicants must intend on serving in the Diocese of New Ulm upon receiving the degree, and they must attend one of the following schools: St. Mary's University, Winona - Institute in Pastoral Ministry; St. John's School of Theology, Collegeville; University of St. Thomas, St. Paul; St. Meinrad University, St. Meinrad, Ind.; or the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.
For a description of the grant and an application form, click here. If you have further questions, contact Bryan Reising, 507-359-2966.
UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ONLINE LEARNING
The Diocese of New Ulm partners with the University of Dayton for online learning.
For more information or to register for an upcoming session, click here.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR CATECHETICAL LEADERSHIP (NCCL)
This is the only national organization dedicated solely to the ministry of catechesis. Its membership consists of catechetical leaders from diocesan offices, parish catechetical leaders, academics who work in the field of catechesis, and publishing partners.
United States Catholic Catechism for Adults - Only product details.
For Catholics We Miss
University of Notre Dame - Satellite Theological Education Program (STEP)
A monthly newsletter published by the New Ulm diocesan Offices of Religious Education and Youth Ministry.