Vatican II and the Crisis of Priestly Identity

taught by Eric Westby, Phd

Description

In these sessions, Dr. Eric will examine the reform of the priesthood at Vatican II and the crisis in its implementation.  These sessions will introduce the participant to:

- Catechetical Foundations of the Ministerial Priesthood
- The Vatican II's Reform of the Priesthood and the Ensuing Crisis
- Theological Response to the Crisis of Priestly Identity

Hours of Instruction:  3

Eric  Westby, Phd
Eric Westby, Phd
Institute Director


Eric J. Westby, PhD is the Director of the Institute of Catholic Theology in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also the Director of Parish and School Catechesis at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish. He is an assistant professor of Theology for Franciscan University of Steubenville. He received his doctorate from Liverpool Hope University, with his thesis entitled "Equipping the Catechist of Catechists: A Critical Discussion of Seminary Formation in Light of Priestly Ministry in Catechesis." He holds a Masters of Arts degree in Theology and Christian Ministry from Franciscan University in Steubenville, from where he was the first student to complete the graduate specialization in catechetics. He holds a Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies from the Center for Ministry Development, and has been involved in full-time catechesis since 1988. He is a regular presenter at the summer St. John Bosco Catechetical Conference at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has published youth ministry materials through YOU! Press and is the founder of ymcentral.com and rciacentral.com. More importantly, he is husband to Nikki and father of five beautiful girls.


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Vatican II and the Crisis of Priestly Identity
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Catechetical Foundations of the Ministerial Priesthood
57:38
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The Vatican II's Reform of the Priesthood and the Ensuing Crisis
38:26
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Theological Response to the Crisis of Priestly Identity
38:48
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