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Br. Zachary Wilberding, OSB, explores current methods of theological reflection and their role in forming candidates for lives of celibate chastity.
Theological reflection is a disciplined way of reflecting on where and how God is present and active in a person’s experience and has been an intrinsic element of formation for several decades. Br. Zachary Wilberding, OSB, explores current methods of theological reflection and their role in forming candidates for lives of celibate chastity in ministerial and consecrated life. The presentation includes a review of the purpose and development of theological reflection and an exploration of potential issues specific to the use of theological reflection in celibacy formation.
Priests, deacons, men and women religious, lay ministers, and those involved in vocations, formation, or clergy and ministry personnel needs.
This workshop was presented at the Practical Models for Celibacy Formation conference, sponsored by Saint Luke Institute and Saint Meinrad Archabbey and Seminary and School of Theology. Browse other presentations from the conference here.
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