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Robin Burrows; Loraine Brown, RN; Russ Hansel, MSW, LSW; and Ken Joyce (Pictured Above - L-R/Top-Bottom), who are each pursuing an Aquinas Institute of Theology Master of Arts in Health Care Mission degree as a part of Cohort 7, broke into smaller groupings during their Intensive Session in St. Louis on Wednesday, August 6th. 

The majority of MAHCM coursework occurs online, with an "Intensive Session” scheduled in St. Louis midway through each course to bring students and faculty together for dialogue, coursework, attention to spiritual formation, and community building.

"In our core sacraments of the healing ministry liturgy, the sacraments become critical to the ministry of Catholic Health Care - and helping us to remember - as a community of healers - what God has done through Christ Jesus," said Lorrain Brown, RN.

The MAHCM program offers graduate-level education developing: a strong foundation in the Catholic theological tradition particularly as it relates to the healing ministry of Jesus; the ability to identify and implement organizational activities that sustain and nurture Catholic identity while working to bring about systemic change; the ability to help Catholic health ministry think theologically about its future; the ability to grapple with complex ethical, legal, organizational and policy issues in light of the Catholic theological tradition; and the personal and spiritual maturity needed to serve as an effective ministry leader in Catholic health care.

 

 

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