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It has become increasingly apparent that there is a need for a managerial-administrative formation for those who will be responsible for the Church’s material goods.

In raising awareness of this great need, not only have future priests and the economists of individual dioceses responded, but also members of the Church hierarchy, who are ready to contribute to a solution.

The Markets, Culture and Ethics Research Centre of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross has organized a course of formation for priests, lay persons and members of religious orders who work for the Church in economic and administrative capacities.

The Church needs to be exemplary in the stewardship of her material assets in order to give testimony to the Gospel. The pastoral use of her material assets is a constitutive element of the Church, and the correct dealing with money is an important element of the spirituality of any person entrusted with leadership roles. Unlike secular business schools where students learn to create wealth and build businesses, this program will focus on how to serve the poor effectively and how to use the material assets of the Church honestly. All course content complies with Canon Law and uses best managerial practices in conformity with the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.


Why such a program?

Unlike secular business schools where students learn to create wealth and build businesses, this program will focus on how to serve the poor effectively, and use the material assets of the Church honestly and according to Canon Law and good managerial practices in conformity with the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.


What outcome do we expect?

At the end of this course, students will have basic notions of economics, management, and finance in the pastoral service and needs of the Church.

The wealth of expertise of the participating universities and partner institutions guarantees the highest academic level. The topics are relevant to daily pastoral ministry, and the participation of priests and other persons dedicated to the Church’s service ensures the immediate application to the practical needs of the parish, the diocese, the religious order or other Christian organizations.

The Pontifical University of the Holy Cross will be the principal coordinator of the project in Rome while constantly cooperating with and supported by the academic partner institutions.

 

Who do we invite to participate?

As students in the PCM we are looking for:

• seminarians;
• young priests;
• members of religious orders;
• laity who already are or will soon be leaders of the Church in various capacities and positions.

Highlights

On November 24 dott.ssa Claudia Ciocca will talk about Real Estate Management as Stewardship from 8:45am to 12:30pm.

The class is part of the Program of Church Management (PCM), a year-long part-time course on how to use the material assets of the Church honestly, using best managerial practices in conformity with the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.

PCM’s second cohort starts on February 2019. It is compatible with existing studies at any Pontifical University in Rome. If you are working for ecclesiastical organizations throughout the world you can also apply for one or more of the Intensive Weeks.

On December 5 prof. Leonardo Becchetti will talk about Financial Ethics. How Financial Insitutions can Serve the Church from 2:45 to 6:30pm.

The class is part of the Program of Church Management (PCM), a year-long part-time course on how to use the material assets of the Church honestly, using best managerial practices in conformity with the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.

PCM’s second cohort starts on February 2019. It is compatible with existing studies at any Pontifical University in Rome. If you are working for ecclesiastical organizations throughout the world you can also apply for one or more of the Intensive Weeks.

Il Program of Church Management (PCM) organizza due open days per presentare la seconda edizione del corso, che partirà a febbraio 2019: sabato 24 novembre (8.45-12-30) si parlerà di Real Estate Management as Stewardship con la dott.ssa Claudia Ciocca; mercoledì 5 dicembre (14.45-18.30) di Financial Ethics. How Financial Institutions Can Serve the Church con il Prof. Leonardo Becchetti.

Il corso è rivolto a religiosi e laici che desiderano imparare ad amministrare i beni temporali della Chiesa; si svolge part-time per essere compatibile con gli studi di Licenza e Diploma delle varie università pontificie. Per coloro che lavorano si consigliano le Intensive Weeks, programmate a febbraio e settembre 2019 e a febbraio 2020.

Prende il via nel pomeriggio del 5 febbraio 2018, il Corso di formazione "Program of Church Management" promosso dal Centro di Ricerca Markets, Culture & Ethics.

L'iniziativa è rivolta a sacerdoti, laici e membri di congregazioni e ordini religiosi che si occupano di materie economiche ed amministrative.

Program of Church Management

Il Program of Church Management è suddiviso in due Term e da 4 settimane intensive per un totale di circa 300 ore di insegnamento.

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