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Graduate Bulletin 1999-2001


DIRECTOR: Barbara J. Fleischer, Ph.D. OFFICE: 201 Stallings
PROFESSORS: Bernard J. Lee, S.M., Th.D., Michael A. Cowan, Ph.D.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: Gerald M. Fagin, S.J., Ph.D., Barbara Fleischer, Ph.D., Kathleen O’Gorman, Ed.D.
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF: Billie Salisbury Baladouni, D. Min., Assistant Director (Student Services); Cecelia M. Bennett, J.C.L., Assistant Director (Administrative Services); Reynolds R. Ekstrom, M.P.S., Assistant Director (on-campus and Pastoral Life Center programs); Todd McMahon, M.A., Video Producer

The institute offers a master’s degree in religious education (M.R.E.) and a master’s degree in pastoral studies (M.P.S.) on campus and in extension. On-campus (LIMOC) M.P.S. focus areas include small Christian community formation, pastoral care and counseling, pastoral life and administration, religion and ecology, African American ministries, Christian spirituality for pastoral ministry, and the opportunity for an individualized program of study. Extension (LIMEX) focus areas include small Christian community formation, pastoral life and administration, religion and ecology, marketplace ministries, and Christian spirituality for pastoral ministry. The institute also serves the continuing education needs of adults on campus and in extension offering both a continuing education certificate in religious education (C.R.E.) and a certificate in pastoral studies (C.P.S.). The students, faculty and staff of the Loyola Institute for Ministry form a learning community gathered to enhance the quality of pastoral ministry in the Church. The institute serves as an educational resource for professionals and paraprofessionals engaged in, or preparing for, ministry and religious education, as well as laity who want to address themselves intentionally to their ministry in the world. The institute seeks an integration of knowledge of the Christian tradition, a sensitivity to the dynamics of the Church’s institutional life, a critical awareness of and appreciation for the times and cultures within which one lives and works, and an awareness of one’s self and one’s abilities and limitations.

Loyola University Institute for Ministry
Campus Box 67
6363 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
1-800-777-5469 (U.S. and Canada)
0800-896-344 (U.K.)

0800-895-326 (Switzerland)
Fax: 504-865-2066

1999-2001 Graduate Bulletin

Posted online on October 19, 2001