CMSM offers a wide variety of events, primarily for our members. In some cases, collaborators and participants from other organizations are part of these events. We also provide an opportunity here for religious institutes, partners and others to share events of a timely nature. If your affiliated organization wishes to share details about your upcoming event for inclusion on our public events calendar, please contact Marissa Thomas in our National Office.
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Este es un evento únicamente por invitación para delegados y participantes de 18 años en adelante. Para recibir una invitación, comuníquese con su diócesis o arquidiócesis local para obtener más información.
El Quinto Encuentro Nacional de Pastoral Hispana/Latina (V Encuentro) es una histórica reunión eclesial de más de 3,000 líderes/delegados de la Pastoral Hispana/Latina de diócesis, movimientos eclesiales, escuelas, universidades y organizaciones católicas de todo el país.
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This is an invitation-only event for delegates and participants 18 years and older. To receive an invitation, reach out to your local diocese or archdiocese for more information.
The Fifth National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry (V Encuentro) is a historic ecclesial gathering of 3,000 Hispanic/Latino Ministry leaders/delegates from dioceses, ecclesial movements, schools, universities and Catholic organizations from across the country.
Creating a Culture of Safety and Well-Being
Fourteenth Annual CMSM Supervision Workshop
October 29-31, 2018
Bethany Retreat Center
Just 10 miles from Tampa International Airport
Leading experts in organizational change and community wellness will address the dynamics of fostering cultural change and the dual and complementary relationship of safety and well-being.
This workshop is for leadership teams, as well as safety,health and wellness teams.
- Very Rev. Barry Strong, OSFS
- Paul Ashton, Psy.D., D.Min.
- Fr. Gerard McGlone, SJ, Ph.D.
- Pat Neal
- Mike Riley
- Deacon Bernie Nojadera, MSW
- Drew Dillingham
- and others.
Additional Questions? Contact Fr. Gerard McGlone | 301.588.4030
The theme of the Resource Center for Religious Institutes’ (RCRI) 2018 Conference is Pastoral Conversion: Structures in Service to Mission.
For more information and to register, click here.
The professional staff of the Resource Center for Religious Institutes (RCRI) provides advice and resources for the leadership of religious institutes who become members of RCRI. RCRI helps navigate the many complexities of taxes and tax-exemption, corporate structure, internal organizational setup, finance, administration, and canon law. The staff works with hundreds of religious institutes and societies of apostolic life from all over the United States and from several foreign countries. The annual conference offers dozens of workshops and exhibitors of interest to leadership, legal and business staff.
Location: Centro Ad Gentes, Nemi, Italy
Runs from February 24 – May 21, 2019
Sponsored by the Society of the Divine Word
The sabbatical program has an intentional focus on mission and interculturality, referring to the experience of community living, life and ministry among people from different ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, genders and age groups, thus the name Inter Gentes. Women and men religious, and diocesan priests may consider the Inter Gentes Sabbatical Program as a transitional time to review and renew their commitment to the mission of God in this ever-diversifying world.
Specific Themes of Sabbatical Program
The Inner Journey
Jesus and the Gospels
Prayer for Mission
Vows and Promises: Alive with the Spirit
Women and Men together in Mission
Biblical Vision of Humanity and Creation
Mission as Prophetic Dialogue
The Refugee Story: Yesterday & Today
Integrity of Creation
8-day Guided Retreat in silence
The Fourteenth Institute for Seminary Formators, sponsored by the Society of St. Sulpice, Province of the U.S., will be held June 5-12, 2019 at Theological College in Washington, D.C. This eight-day program attracts those who minister in a seminary as an advisor, spiritual director, or a member of the formation team. There is a 10% discount on registrations paid in full prior to February 1, 2019. Information and a registration form are available on the Sulpician website.