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Program History and Mission
The Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries prepares women and men to enter professional ministries in Church and society. The Program offers a Master of Arts degree in four areas of emphasis: Catechetics, Liturgical Music, Pastoral Liturgy, and Spirituality.
Students and graduates of the Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries serve in parishes, education, diocesan offices, and non-profits in a variety of roles such as:
The Program offers courses during the academic year as well summer sessions from late-June through the end of July. The student body is richly comprised of Roman Catholics and Protestants, international students, laity, as well as priests and religious.
Our goal is to prepare women and men to be compassionate and competent professionals working to transform lives, schools, and communities.
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