Corpus Christi Communion
Reformed Catholic, Anglican and Ecumenical Churches under the umbrella of one Holy Apostolic Church
ATTENTION all Seminarians, Clergy, and Religious. Annual reports and paperwork is due into your Presiding Bishop Office by August 30th,, all document can be downloaded on the Clergy Only Page. These forms can be down loaded and filled out and returned by fax, or E-mail to your Presiding Bishop. If you have not received your password for entry to the Clergy Only Page or you E-mail Account information you can do so by contacting your presiding Bishop or the International Office
Commitment to Educational and Institutional Integrity Holy Cross Major Seminary - The Ministry Training Program is firmly focused upon and committed to a “best practices” policy that is reflective of Catholic values of integrity, both in the educational material provided to the students as well as institutional integrity of the Seminary. Our objective is to provide quality educational experiences for our students that will have a significant and lasting impact in both their personal and ministerial lives.
Summer 2018 Classes Begin
Aug 2, 2018
Instruction for the Summer 2018 term begins on Thursday, Aug 2. 2018.
Academic Calendar with important dates and deadlines. Online Schedule of Classes:
Date/Time: deadline to register
Date(s) -Friday, July 13, 2018
Summer 2018 Classes Begin Aug 2, 2018
Courses available Summer 2018
CCC101 INTRODUCTION TO CORPUS CHRISTI COMMUNION
Lecture Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm – 7:50pm
Discussion Fridays 6:00pm – 7:50pm
Course Description: In this course the student will spend time learning the Canons of the CCC and the SOPs. Review and introduction to the Clergy Manuals and documents of the Church. The History of The Corpus Christi Communion, from its beginning in 2000 to the present time. Particular attention is paid to the independent catholic movement and the necessity of The Corpus Christi Communion to more clearly differentiate itself from the Old Catholic/Independent Catholic churches, which depend upon their loose, and in many cases, almost non-existent association with the Old Catholic Church of Utrecht for ecclesial authority and validity. The Tenets of Faith and “Eight Essentials” of The Corpus Christi Communion will be explored
Course: STE101 STEWARDSHIP AND EVANGELISM
Lecture Mondays 6:00pm - 7:50 pm
Discussion Tuesdays 8:00pm - 9:50pm
Courrse Description: Stewardship begins with the Pastor Seminar, Funding our Global Mission Seminar , The Value of the Three “T”s, Time, (Talent and Treasure) Seminar. Evangelism in the 21st Century.
Course: SPR101 SPIRITUALITY
Lecture Wedesdays and Sarurdays 6:00pm - 7:50pm
Discussion Thursdays 8:00pm - 9:50pm
Course Description: This course helps the student discern the most important elements of the spiritual life. One is also exposed to some of the Eastern Fathers in this course. The life of the Spirit is the source and inspiration for anyone seeking a deep, personal and committed relationship with the Lord Jesus. There are many paths that one can take in developing that encounter with the Risen Christ., BUT, every form of spirituality and ministry must be rooted in prayers, the Eucharist, a holy way of life and theological inquiry. St. Dominic summarized spirituality and ministry in the best way: “contemplare et contemplata aliis trader” meaning: “to contemplate and to share the fruits of one’s contemplation” Daily prayers, with meditation on the Gospels, frequent participation in the Eucharist, spiritual direction and contact with the larger church body will help to shape, mold, and express the personal gifts given to each person, for the common good. It is important that one be conscious of their own path of spirituality and seek not only to enflesh it, but to nourish it daily, for the life of the soul is the heart of Christian ministry.
Course: SC203 SACRED SCRIPTURES INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE
Lecture Fridays - 8:00pm-9:30pm
Discussion Sunday 7:30 - 8:30
Course Description: A general overview of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, with the Apocrypha and the development of the Sacred Canon of Scripture. An introductory overview of the Bible allowing the student to acquire an understanding of how the Bible was written, the historical timeline represented in the compilation of the Bible and the sociological, political and cultural climates in which each book of scripture was written; in addition, the student will learn which "specific communities of peoples" each book of scripture was originally written for and by
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