Friday, November 29, 2019

Your Support of People’s Catholic Seminary Promotes Theology of Blessing and Inclusivity for 21st Century

People’s Catholic Seminary (https://pcseminary.org) is an innovative approach to ongoing education that offers online courses and programs in contemporary theology and spirituality for Catholics and spiritual seekers of all kinds. PCS features the writings of prominent, progressive theologians, scripture scholars, and spiritual writers like Elizabeth Johnson, Dominic Crossan, Amy Jill-Levine, Richard Rohr and many more.


PCS programs promote an expansive view of Divine Mystery, focus on original blessing, not original sin, foster deeper understanding of scripture and the sacraments. We offer courses that incorporate the wisdom of the mystical and prophetic tradition in a global society.

To view all courses and to donate to People's Catholic Seminary, visit: https://pcseminarycourses.blogspot.com/

The Roman Catholic Church prepares men for priestly ordination and lay women and men for ministry in a hierarchical institution that discriminates against women and LGBTQ.
PCS, a seminary without walls, educates women and men, ordained and non-ordained in new ways of thinking, attitudes, and values to meet the needs of inclusive ministries of equals today.

The future of adult education requires open minds and loving hearts committed to justice and equality both inside and outside the Church.

Bridget Mary Meehan ARCWP and Mary Theresa Streck ARCWP



Testimonial from Denise Hacker-Stoner:
My studies with People's Catholic Seminary have allowed me to immerse myself in sacraments for the 21st century, contemporary theology, and the legacy of women mystics.  My sense of identity as a follower of the way of Jesus, and my recognition of the Christ presence in my fellow creatures have been greatly enhanced through my studies and my personal interactions with my friends at PCS. I have had the opportunity to compose sacramental celebrations and services, some of which have been used by my liturgical community.  Along my journey to ordination I have been accompanied by strong spiritual mentors, as well as highly valued peers.  All if us freely share ideas and build on one another’s' strengths.  All of this vast store of knowledge and experience has been available to me as a candidate for priesthood without cost.  I count myself blessed to be a student at People's Catholic Seminary. 


https://www.heraldtribune.com/opinion/20191128/future-of-education-requires-new-way-of-thinking

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