Seminary Theology III: Seminary Formation and Psychology

Author:  Various Contributors
Publisher:  The Institute For Priestly Formation
SKU: ST3SFP



This book is a compilation of essays submitted for a theological seminar held on the campus of Creighton University and sponsored by The Institute for Priestly Formation. The theme of the seminar was "Priestly Identity and Its Relationship to Human Maturation and Theological Teaching."

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This book is a compilation of essays submitted for a theological seminar held on the campus of Creighton University and sponsored by The Institute for Priestly Formation. The theme of the seminar was "Priestly Identity and Its Relationship to Human Maturation and Theological Teaching."

During the course of the seminar, the participants were asked to reflect upon the role of the psychological sciences as they interpenetrate with theology to bring forth within priestly formation men of affective maturity. Please see the "About the Author" tab for a full list of contributors. 

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Publisher The Institute For Priestly Formation
Author Various Contributors
Product Type Paperback
Width (inches) 5.5
Height (inches) 8.5
Publication Date 10/22/2013
ISBN/UPC 9780988761315
Number of Pages 230

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“Surely the formation of the human heart, as it relates to the formation of the priestly heart, is central to priestly formation. Affective formation is crucial to priestly fulfillment in knowing the measure of ourselves. Seminary formators will benefit greatly from the essays in this collection.”

Father Benedict D. O’Cinnsealaigh, STD
Rector, Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio

“These essays are endowed with a solid psychology and salient paradigms to help formators understand the 21st century seminarian and inspire him to grow in wholeness, thus becoming a bridge to Christ. Here, we are invited to prayerful reflection into the human dimension of the man called in Persona Christi Capitis.”

Carlos C. Gomez, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, Center for Human Formation, Miami, Florida

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Contributors:

  • Suzanne M. Baars, MA, PhD (CAND.), LPC, LMFT, In His Image Christian Counseling Service, Irving, Texas
  • Kathryn M. Benes, PhD, Regina Caeli Clinical Services, Denver, Colorado
  • Antony Bond, PsyD, St. John Vianney Theological Seminary and Regina Caeli Clinical Services, Denver, Colorado
  • Edward Hogan, PhD, Pontifical Paul VI Institute of Catechetical and Pastoral Studies and Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Christina P. Lynch, PsyD, St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado
  • Father Walter Oxley, STD, Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, Ohio
  • Christopher J. Stravitsch, MA, LPC, LMFT, Rejoice Family Apostolate, San Antonio, Texas