In contrast to our fractured world, Christianity offers a prophetic vision not of uniformity but of unity within diversity. It envisions all people (even all creation!) as members with each other forming one body in Christ. In Jesus, we are connected to; we are in communion with each other.
This ninth year of the institute gathers leaders from schools and parishes to better understand Catholic Social Teaching (CST) and Pope Francis’s vision of education. We will look at the implications of these in our increasingly diverse world and learn how to develop practical applications in our own ministries.
As a result of this year’s Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership, participants will:
|Keynote:||Fr. Fred Kammer, SJ, J. D., Loyola University New Orleans
Fr. Fred is a priest, an attorney, and a member of the Southern Province of the Jesuits. He has worked in a number of programs for the underprivileged, both as a lay volunteer, an attorney, an advocate, and an administrator, including as Provincial Superior of the Southern Province of the Jesuits, guiding their post-Katrina recovery and service to the devastated region’s poor and needy. Find out more about Fr. Fred.
|Speakers:||Dr. Tom Ryan, Director of the Loyola Institute for Ministry, Loyola University New Orleans. Powerpoint available here.
Ms. Barbara McAtee, Associate Director, Office of Religious Education - Archdiocese of New Orleans
Mr. Joe Rosolino, Associate Superintendent, Office of Catholic Schools - Archdiocese of New Orleans
|Panelists:||Mr. Martin Gutierrez, Division Director, Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans
Sr. Monica Ellerbusch, R.S.M, Principal St. Alphonsus School, New Orleans
Mr. Walter Bonam, Associate Director Evangelization, Office of Religious Education, Archdiocese of New Orleans
Ms. Grace Lemieux, Director of Religious Education, St. Katharine Drexel Parish, New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans, Danna Student Center, Audubon Room
6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118
See DIRECTIONS & MAPS below
Monday and Tuesday, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM; Wednesday, 8:30 AM-2:30 PM
Mass available Tuesday & Wednesday, 8:00 AM, Ignatius Chapel, Bobet Hall (optional)
Closing Lunch will be Wednesday, 12:00 PM-2:30 PM, HK Nola 912 Broadway St., New Orleans
Deadline to Register is June 2, 2016
$150 cost for all participants
Cost includes daily breakfast, lunch on campus Monday & Tuesday, and closing lunch at HK Nola on Wednesday
NOTE: All participants should complete a registration form, even if their registration fee is paid by another.
Getting to Loyola University New Orleans
Navigating the Main Campus at Loyola
FREE parking will be available on campus in the West Road garage. From St. Charles Avenue, turn on West Road which runs along the left side of Holy Name of Jesus Church. The garage will be straight ahead. Once parked, take the elevator or stairs to the first level and proceed through the gates onto the Peace Quad. The Danna Student Center will be on the left and Bobet Hall (Ignatius Chapel for mass) will be on the right. Follow directional signs.
Download and print a campus map here