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Catholics On Call Young Adult Conference 2013
Who: Young adults (ages 18-30) who are thinking about pursuing a life of service in the Church. Priority consideration is given to individuals involved with one of the Catholics On Call partners, although connection with a partner is not required.
When: Tuesday, August 6 - Saturday, August 10, 2013
Where: Catholic Theological Union , 5401 S. Cornell Ave., Chicago
Be sure to check out our video highlighting the conferences!
Interested young adults who would like to attend one of the conferences need to complete an application, a personal statement, and provide two letters of recommendation. Approximately 40-45 spaces are available at each conference. Please be aware that we can only accept participants who currently have their residence in the USA and Canada!!!
The participant fee will be $100. Please contact us if you need help with fundraising. Don't let cost get in the way!
The application and directions for applying:
You can download the application and mail or email it to us, or apply online:
Application deadlines: Applications must be postmarked or submitted by Monday, June 3, 2013 (deadline extended!).
Speakers and Topics at the 2013 Conference:
"A Spirituality of Call"
Maria Cimperman, R.S.C.J.
Adjunct Professor for Ethics and Spirituality, CTU
"Foundations and Dynamics of Prayer"
Robin Ryan, C.P.
Founding Director of Catholics on Call, Vice-Provincial
"A Theology of Vocation"
Steve Bevans, S.V.D.
Louis J. Luzbetak, S.V.D., Professor of Mission and Culture, CTU
Catholics on Call Faculty Moderator
Sheila McLaughlin, Director of the Cardinal Bernardin Center, CTU
Sr. Katie Mitchell, F.S.P.A., Catholics on Call Mentor
Vince Wirtner, C.PP.S., Catholics on Call Mentor
“Healthy Human Sexuality”
Professor of Religious Studies, St. Norbert College
"What is Discernment and How Does It Happen?"
Bishop Robert Morneau
Auxiliary Bishop of Greenbay, lecturer, retreat director, author