Ministry in Higher Education – Context, Mission and Vision

Our annual conference will be hosted by Ryerson University Catholic Campus Ministry in Toronto beginning in the evening of May 27th through until noon on May 30th, 2014.

Our three keynote speakers will be:
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Gertrude Rompré
Director of Mission and Ministry, St. Thomas More College, SK

The Mission of the Church in Higher Education

 

Dr. Mary Jo LMary-Jo-Leddy-2-headshoteddy
Professor in Religion and Society

Embodying the Mission: Ministerial Witness

 

 

PPierreOlivier-headshotierre-Olivier Tremblay, OMI
Pastor, Sacré Coeur Parish, and co-founder of campus
ministry, Le Portik, serving University of Ottawa

Proposing Faith in the University: Challenges and Unexpected Opportunities

 

and our 2014 Sherlock public lecturer will be

Stephen LazarusStephen Lazarus
Writer and Producer, CONTEXT with Lorna Dueck

A Public Faith for the Public Good: Education and Religious Freedom
Thursday, April 29, 7 pm, St. John’s Chapel at St. Michael’s Cathedral, 200 Church St.

 

Cost: $275 for program, two lunches, banquet and reception

Conference subsidies  are available. Apply by February 28, 2014.
Accommodations must be booked separately through Ryerson University Conference Services or Marriott Hotel, please go to: Accommodation
To register for the conference, please go to: Registration
To see conference schedule, please go to:  ConferenceSchedule2014.
For short bios of the speakers, please go to: ConferenceSpeakers

Ryerson University is easily accessible by public transit (Dundas subway station) and close to Union Station (VIA rail).
Billy Bishop Toronto Airport (YTZ) is significantly closer than Pearson Airport (YYZ).
From Pearson, you can take the Airport Express for $28.75 (closest drop off spot is Bond Place Hotel),
or you can take a cab ($60), or public transit ($3) – Airport Rocket #192 to Kipling Station, then subway east to Yonge, transferring south to Dundas station.
From Billy Bishop airport (YTZ), take the complimentary shuttle bus to Union station, and take the subway north on Yonge line to Dundas Station.

Click here for this information in a printable document.

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