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The Center for Ignatian Spirituality would like to introduce to you two talk shows and two courses that are opened in December 2019

  1. Talkshow: ADVENT – FAMILY LIFE: Meaning – Obligation – Joy – Crisis

The speaker: Father Francis Xavier Vu The Toan S.J.

Introduction:

In the pastoral year of the family in 2019 with the subject: Accompanying with difficult families, paying special attention to the following situations:

Firstly, immigrant families: we are invited to open our arms to the immigrant families by which they can feel the parish community as their home, where faith is nourished, loved and hoped among amid challenges.

Secondly, the different faith couples. We are invited to accompany and support them, especially to help families in the life of faith, so that they may bear witness to the Gospel and give Jesus to other family and their neighborhood.

Finally, broken families: instead of condemning and eliminating, we are invited to sympathize and help them in the faith community and in daily life. Moreover, for those who are divorced and remarried, we are reminded that they are still loved and cared for by the Church with maternal love”.


Purpose:

Priest Francis Xavier Vu The Toan, S.J. will share, dialogue and answer questions with students about the problems that today’s families often encounter with Meaning – Obligation – Joy – Crisis


Date: 11-12/12/2019

Duration: 19h:00 – 21:15

Location: 171 Ly Chinh Thang, Ward 7, District 3, HCM City.

The number of participants: 90 peoples

A registration deadline: December 10, 2019 (The registration will close the list when we get the maximum registered students)

Fee: VND 100,000

Registration link: https://forms.gle/gtwCAJi7VyMa3M7EA


  1. Talk show: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace & How to Prevent and Respond to It

The speaker: M.A – Doctor Lan Hai 

Introduction: 

On May 25, 2015, Ministry of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs announced the Code of conduct on sexual harassment at the workplace. This Code of Conduct is considered as a main source of reference and guidance on workplace behaviors for research, office, business and research schools to be applied. Moral people, even men, have to protect themselves in public so that they are not victims or at least do not accidentally violate the rules of communication. What they worry about is grounded: around the world, about 79% of sexual harassment victims are female, 21% are male. In our country, a recent survey in Nha Trang City shows that the rate of male students being harassed is 19.33%, higher than girls (16.86%) …


Purpose: Through talk show, we will discuss and better understand the following issues:

  1. How to distinguish friendly gestures or accidental touches with harassment behaviors in the workplace?
  2. Classify types of abuse
  3. Be aware of sexual harassment in the workplace? And what are non-sexual harassment at work?
  4. If unfortunately, “be sexual harassment”, what should we do?
  5. How to defend from afar?

Speaker information:

Master – Doctor Lan Hai is currently a lecturer at Tomas Aquino Theological Institute, the Congregations of the Cross and many Theological Institutes across the country. Currently, she is collaborating and in charge of many columns on newspapers and TV show such as ‘Talks Weekends’, ‘Chi duong cho Huu’ on the Sunday Women Newspaper under the pseudonym Doctor Navigator, ‘to Ask and to answer quietly’ on newspaper HCM City and author of the book” Handbook of sex education “,” Glittering with morning dew’, and co-authored other books.


Date: Sunday, December 15, 2019

Duration: 9h:00 – 11h:15

Location: 171 Ly Chinh Thang, Ward 7, District 3, HCM City.

The number of participants: 90 peoples

A registration deadline: December 12, 2019 (The registration will close the list when we get the maximum registered students)

Fee: VND 50,000

Registration link: https://forms.gle/DDdhsb8smP3Qfhzk7


  1. Examination of Conscience and Spiritual Direction

Professor: Father John the Baptist Nguyen Trung Kien, S.J.

Introduction:

For the Catholic Church in general and Ignatian spirituality  in particular, the Ignatian method of Examination Conscience is an excellent method of spiritual training. Examination Conscience can help christians to be trained by themselves and then, they can help to train others.

The special course Examination Conscience and Spiritual Direction will be a great help particularly for those who are spiritual director,  priest, religious men and women.

This is a special course, therefore, the CIS will give priority to students who have been working in the Spiritual ministry, or students who meet one of the following conditions:

  • Having attended the course Spiritual Examination at CIS (September 2019)
  • Having attended spiritual basic classes organized by Catholic Institutes
  • Having done Spiritual Exercises according to saint Ignatius (from 5 days or more)
  • Having done through two courses 1 and 2 of the “Spiritual Exercises in daily life” at Dac Lo community.

Professor information:

Father J.B. Nguyen Trung Kien S.J. got the STD major in Pastoral Theology from the Jesuit Faculty of Santa Clara University, USA. He used to be a provincial assistant, and to be in charge of training of the young Jesuits in Vietnam Province. He is currently a spiritual director of Vinh Thanh Seminary, Vinh diocese.


Date: Saturday, December 28, 2019

Duration: 05 hours (8 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 14 p.m. – 16 p.m.)

Location: 171 Ly Chinh Thang, Ward 7, District 3, HCM City.

The number of participants: 90 peoples

A registration deadline: December 20, 2019 (The registration will close the list when we get the maximum registered students)

Fee: VND 100,000 (not included documents).

Registration link: https://forms.gle/a915xYmzQKnQG6ya6


  1. Spiritual Discernment and Spiritual Companions

Professor: Father Dominic Nguyen Duc Hanh, S.J. 

Introduction:

Spiritual discernment, according to saint Ignatius, is a process in which a person can open to the Holy Spirit to consider in faith and charity about one’s feelings and reasons. Then, its purpose is to help one have certain good and sound resolutions that are helpful to one’self and to others.

Spiritual Companions is a relationship among adults. It is to help people be able to tell their life stories to one another with trust and confidence so as to find supports and light to explore their faith in their daily life experience.


Professor information:

Father Dominic Nguyen Duc Hanh, S.J. got the M.A. major in Counseling Psychology and Pastoral Ministry at Boston University, Massachusetts, USA. He currently teaches Psychology, Ignatian Spirituality and Spiritual Discernment and Spiritual Companions at Saint Joseph Jesuit Scholasticate, at some other Seminaries, and at the Institute of Theology of the Archdiocese of Saigon. He is also the Director of the Ignatian Spirituality Center.


Date: December 30, 2019 – January 04, 2020 (Day off: January 01, 2020)

Duration: 30 hours (8 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 13h30 p.m. – 16 p.m.)

Location: 171 Ly Chinh Thang, Ward 7, District 3, HCM City.

The number of participants: 90 peoples

A registration deadline: December 20, 2019 (The registration will close the list when we get the maximum registered students)

Fee: VND 750,000 (not included documents).

Registration link: https://forms.gle/PWhcaobWzkbrqWs8A

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