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Description: This webinar, produced in collaboration with Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN), will explore the role of long-term and short-term service in evangelization and catechesis, as well as how these service opportunities can inspire Catholic parishes and schools to carry out the formation of Catholics in new and refreshing ways. Join Center Assistant Director of Administration and Chair of the Board of Directors for Catholic Volunteer Network, Monica Thom Konschnik, as she moderates a conversation with Jenn Wood, Formation Coordinator for Spiritus Ministries, and Pam Tremblay, Providence College Director of Service Immersion and Social Justice, about the relationship between service and forming mature missionary disciples. This webinar will take place on April 8that 1:00 EDT.
Jenn Wood is the Formation Coordinator for SPIRITUS Ministries and the Co-Director of Totus Tuus in the Diocese of Green Bay. Committed to forming missionary disciples, she's seen the fruit of long-term, faith-based service. She's served youth ministry, religious education, and others.
Pam is the Director of Service Immersion and Social Justice at Providence College. She has served as Campus Minister at St. John's University, Catholic University of America, and the UNC-Chapel Hill. She worked in the Diocese of Camden, receiving her MA in Theology through the Echo Program.
Monica Thom Konschnik is the Assistant Director of Administration for the Catholic Apostolate Center and is the current Chair of the Board of Directors for Catholic Volunteer Network. Monica served as a Jesuit Volunteer in New Orleans in 2006-07.
The Catholic Apostolate Center takes its inspiration from the spirituality of St. Vincent Pallotti and achieves its goal of deepening collaboration with dioceses and other organizations by creating formation programs for the New Evangelization through creating resources.
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