Thursday, October 3, 2019

People's Catholic Seminary Fund Appeal

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PEOPLE’S CATHOLIC SEMINARY
PO Box 421
Watervliet, NY 12189
https://pcseminary.org
October 3, 2019

Dear Friends,
Thank you for your support of People's Catholic Seminary.

As you know, PCS is a new 501-c-3 non-profit that began in 2017. 
Our mission is to offer courses and programs to inspire and educate 
individuals and groups on a journey to spiritual transformation, 
empowerment and equality grounded in Jesus’ vision 
of an open table, where all are loved and welcome. 
https://pcseminary.org/donate-2

Our courses utilize the prophetic writings of contemporary
theologians and spiritual leaders like Elizabeth Johnson, 
Richard Rohr, Joan Chittister, Gregory Boyle, 
Joseph Martos and many more. 
We share the wisdom of God in our sacred texts, theologies,
 sacred practices, sacramental celebrations, 
and lived experiences. See list of our 16 current courses:

https://pcseminarycourses.blogspot.com/

We respectfully request your financial support to continue 

and expand our mission to provide low cost, or in some cases, 
no cost, educational programs for candidates in the 
Association of Roman Catholic Women Priests and 
individuals and groups who promote a renewed model 
of ordained ministry in inclusive communities of equals 
in the Roman Catholic Church.

Twenty-seven individuals have taken PCS courses and 

most have taken them at no cost. This has been a labor of love 
for us. Currently eight individuals are enrolled in 
PCS courses and two are enrolled in the GMU-PCS 
Master of Pastoral Ministry degree program.

The funds we are requesting from you will be used to expand 

our courses, pay stipends to our faculty, develop future 
workshops in contemporary theology, transformative 
spirituality and social justice, and pay operations 
costs such as bookkeeper, accountant and webmaster. 
Any help you can offer us would be most appreciated. 
Please visit our website for the donate button
 at: https://pcseminary.org/donate-2 or send 
checks to the above address.

With gratitude,

Bridget Mary Meehan and Mary Theresa Streck







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