Acculturation Seminar for International Priests

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Presenter(s)

  • Larry W. Boone
    Associate Professor; Director,Executive in Residence Program
    Management
    The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
    St. John's University
  • Barrett P. Brenton
    Professor
    Anthropology
    St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    St. John's University
  • Anne M. Galvin
    Assistant Professor of Anthropology
    Anthropology
    St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    St. John's University
  • John Greg, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor
    Speech, Communication Sciences and Theatre
    St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    St. John’s University
  • Ronald Marino, V.E.
    Director Vicar Director of Resources, Inc.
    Catholic Migration Office of the Diocese of Brooklyn Migrant and Ethnic Apostolates Diocese of Brooklyn
  • Kelly Rocca, Ed.D.
    Associate Professor Associate Dean of St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Staten Island Campus
    St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    St. John’s University
  • Igor Tomic
    Professor Academic Director of the Financial Services Institute
    Department of Economics and Finance
    The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
    St. John's University

The Acculturation Seminar is a week long residential seminar for International Priests ministering in the United States. Priests are invited to attend St. John's University and attend numerous lectures from St. John's faculty members and Vincentian Center staff on various topics related to Acculturation. Participants will attend lectures as well as engage in various activities aimed at increasing their knowledge in each area. Previous participants exclaim that they highly recommend the seminar and believe it to be an important and enriching experience.

Click here to view our 13th Annual Acculturation Seminar page.

Sponsored by

Vincentian Center for Church and Society

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Food for Thought

A Catholic university is called to become an evermore effective instrument of cultural progress for individuals as well as for society. Included among its research activities, therefore, will be a study of serious contemporary problems in areas such as the dignity of human life, the promotion of justice for all, the quality of personal and family life, the protection of nature, the search for peace and political stability, a more just sharing in the world’s resources and a new economic and political order that will better serve the human community at a national and international level.

Pope John Paul II,
Ex Corde Ecclesiae (32)