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The Ecology of the Human Person [clergy day series]

18 September - 14 November

Clergy Day Series: The Ecology of the Human Person

A series of three, one-day events, studying the fundamental theme of the human person as a unity of body and soul, and the implications of this in our Catholic understanding of living out sexuality as part of our vocation.
Each day will offer talks and discussion focusing on contemporary issues, to provide ongoing theological formation and help in pastoral ministry, .
The content will be delivered with marriage preparation, confirmation and RCIA catechesis, and school chaplaincy in mind.
Day 1, Human Personhood: Theological Anthropology
  • What is the contemporary understanding of personhood?
  • What does personhood have to do with evangelising?
  • How is the Church’s holistic vision of the person of help to individuals?
Day 2, Sexuality & Gender: Male & Female
  • How should we understand current approaches to gender?
  • What does a healthy, integrated sexuality look like?
  • What constitutes a Catholic approach to understanding sexuality and gender?
Day 3, Living Sexuality: Vocation and Mission
  • How does the Church embrace human sexuality?
  • What are the roles of mMarriage, celibacy, single and religious life in the Church today?
  • How can the importance of the baptismal vocation be recovered as an antidote to a “crisis” mentality?
Other info

Booking for one day costs £45. Book all three days at the reduced cost of £120.

Arrivals at 10am. Departures from 4:45pm. Option of concelebrating Mass at 5pm.

Buffet lunch included.

Bed and breakfast accommodation is offered to participating clergy at the reduced rate of £35 per night, for either/both the preceeding and following nights. Please indicate which, if any, nights you would like accommodation when booking below.

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18 September
14 November


The Christian Heritage Centre
The Christian Heritage Centre, Stonyhurst College
Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 9PZ United Kingdom
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