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Objectives

  • Enhance the attitudes, knowledge and skills of Catholic religious educators;
  • Provide additional possibilities for personal growth in faith;
  • Provide a better understanding and integration of the principles and methods of religious education;
  • Provide resources for the integration of Christian faith and service.
  • BLÉE Fabrice, Professeur agrégé
    Spiritualité chrétienne; Théologie du dialogue interreligieux; Dialogue interreligieux monastique; Théologie contemplative et accompagnement spirituel
  • BLOOMQUIST Gregory, Professeur titulaire
    Analyse Socio-rhétorique; Théologie du Nouveau Testament; Sources classiques et juives du Nouveau Testament; Grec
  • BONNEAU Normand, Professeur émérite
    Études pauliniennes; Évangiles synoptiques; Lectionnaire dominical
  • CHIROVSKY Andriy, Professeur titulaire
    Chaire Peter et Doris Jule en théologie et spiritualité du christianisme oriental Théologie et spiritualité patristique Théologie et spiritualité du Christianisme Oriental Études sur la vie et le pensée du Metropolite Andrey Sheptytsky (1865-1944) Théologie et spiritualité de l'icone byzantine Evagrius le pontique et la tradition des mauvais pensées Études sur la Tradition de l'Église de Kyiv Oecumenisme Orthodox-Catholique Spiritualité et les soins de santé
  • CLIFFORD Catherine E., Professeure titulaire
    Oecuménisme; Théologie sacramentaire; Ecclésiologie; Vatican II
  • DIONNE Christian, Professeur agrégé
    Nouveau Testament; Littérature paulinienne; Actes des Apôtres; Interprétation des évangiles de Marc et de Luc; Analyse narrative
  • GALADZA Peter, Professeur titulaire
    Chaire de famille Kule de liturgie chrétienne orientale; Liturgie byzantine; Études du christianisme oriental
  • MARTIN Miriam K, Professeure agrégée
    Chaire 'Mercy and Presentation Sisters' de Terre-Neuve en Éducation religieuse et catéchèse; Éducation religieuse; Liturgie; Théologie féministes
  • MATHIEU Yvan, Professeur agrégé
    Études bibliques; Langues bibliques
  • MELCHIN Kenneth R., Professeur titulaire
    Éthique de l'économie; Éthique des affaires; Éthique sociale et politique; Études Lonerganniennes
  • MICHAUD Jean-Paul, Professeur émérite
    Évangiles synoptiques; Études johanniques; Épître aux Hébreux; Écrits apocryphes du Nouveau Testament
  • MOOREN Thomas, Professeur titulaire
    Dialogue interreligieux, Études de l'Islam; Missiologie
  • PAMBRUN James, Professeur titulaire
    Herméneutique théologique Théologie et science moderne Création dans le premier testament
  • PEELMAN Achiel, Professeur titulaire
    Foi et culture; Culture et religion amérindiennes; Dialogue interreligieux; Théologies contextuelles contemporaines; Spiritualités amérindiennes
  • POWER Myrtle, Professeure adjointe
    Éducation religieuse; Catéchétique
  • PROVENCHER Normand, Professeur émérite
    Révélation; Christologie; Modernisme; Liturgie et théologie sacramentaire
  • ROLL Susan, Professeure agrégée
    Liturgie; Théologie sacramentaire; Théologie féministe
  • SPATAFORA M.S.F. Andrea, Professeur agrégé
    Champs de recherche : Apocalypse; Canon biblique; Critique canonique Projets en cours : Liturgie céleste et temple dans l'Apocalypse
  • VAN DEN HENGEL John, Professeur émérite
    Christologie; Herméneutique
  • VOGELS Walter, Professeur émérite
    Ancien Testament; Sémiotique
  • To be admitted to the MRE program a candidate must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with a minimum 70 per cent (B) average.
  • A candidate must have succesfully completed at least five 3-credit courses in the field of education. Teachers holding a teacher's certificate or a BEd are considered as having fulfilled this prerequisite.
  • A candidate must have successfully completed at least five 3-credit courses in the field of theology. Two of these courses must be introductory courses in the Old and New Testaments. At least two of the three other courses must be courses in the field of theology (biblical studies, spirituality, ethics, Church history or systematic theology). One 3-credit course may be in a field of religious studies considered acceptable by the admissions committee. For teachers in the Separate School system of the Province of Ontario, the OECTA/OSSTA Ministry Course in Religious Education (Parts I, II and III) will be recognized as the equivalent of two 3-credit courses.
  • A candidate must have experience in the teaching of religious education: (1) teachers of boards of education must have two years of teaching experience with at least one year of teaching religious education authenticated by a letter from the supervisory officer of the school board; (2) with regard to teachers of parish religious education programs or diocesan directors of religious education, this condition for admission may be fulfilled in another way deemed equivalent by the Faculty of Theology.

 

Degree

The MRE is conferred jointly by the University of Ottawa and Saint Paul University.

Certains documents, parfois sur des formulaires spécifiques, sont requis. Pour plus de détails, voir la page Étape 4 : Rassemblez les documents requis pour l’évaluation de votre demande d’admission.

The master's degree in religious education (MRE) is a professional program consisting of 30 credits.

The MRE program consists of two modules: a theological module and a religious education module.

As the primary objective of the program consists in training competent teachers in religious education, the program is centered on the practicum of teaching religious education. The theoretical courses are intended to facilitate the two practicums. The practicums will be implemented in accordance with the procedures and policies of the Institute of Pastoral Studies.

Duration of the Program

The MRE program is a part-time program with a three-year cycle. Students will register as part-time regular students. The program must be completed within four years.

Minimum Standards

The passing grade in all courses is C+. Students who fail two courses (equivalent to 6 credits) must withdraw from the program.

IPA 5180 - SOCIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT (3cr.)

The developmental religious process from a psychological perspective. Faith development as an emotional, intellectual, volitional and experiential process. The social context and variables (family, rural/urban, class, sex, etc.) of faith. Faith and human experience.

IPA 5181 - PRACTICUM RELIGIOUS EDUCATION I (3cr.)

Students receive training in the basic skills necessary for teaching religious education. This course helps religion teachers to plan their teaching process of a specific religious education program currently used by school boards or dioceses, to understand these programs in relation to the principles of religious education, to practice the specific program in a school or parish context, and to evaluate it. Student evaluation takes place by way of feedback from fellow students, debriefing, work samples, tape recordings, verbatims, or other reports. This practicum will be conducted under the supervision of an experienced and qualified catechist and MRE program faculty. It generally will be held during the second or the third year of the program.

IPA 5182 - PRACTICUM RELIGIOUS EDUCATION II (3cr.)

Students receive training in the planning, practice and evaluation of teaching religious education. This course helps religion teachers to plan and write original religious education materials, to teach these materials, and to evaluate both the materials and the process. Student evaluation takes place by way of feedback from fellow students, debriefing, verbatims, and other suitable reports. This practicum is a group learning and evaluation process under the supervision of an experienced and qualified catechist and MRE program faculty. It generally will be held during the second or third year of the program.

THO 5101 - JESUS THE CHRIST AND SALVATION (3cr.)

The message and activity of Jesus of Nazareth. The meaning of the death and resurrection of Jesus as the eschatological event of salvation. The identity of Jesus and the question of God. Teaching the message and person of Jesus.

THO 5102 - CHURCH AND WORLD (3cr.)

The Church as institution and event. Its Christological origin. The importance of history for understanding the Church and its traditions. The Church's mission in the world with a specific focus on education. Conditions and means of membership.

THO 5103 - LITURGY (3cr.)

Theology and historical development of liturgy. Its major components: the liturgical seasons, the process of Christian initiation, different forms of liturgical prayer. Liturgy and youth. Liturgy and catechesis.

THO 5104 - MORAL EXISTENCE AND CHRISTIAN LIFE (3cr.)

Historical development of ethical approaches in a religious context. Constitutive elements of moral existence. Moral development and education. Relation between moral and faith experience.

THO 5105 - FAITH AND THE CHALLENGES OF MODERN CULTURE (3cr.)

The interaction of Christian faith, religion and cultural processes. The implications for education.

THO 5106 - RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (3cr.)

The transmission of faith in the current cultural context. The main theories of religious education.

THO 5107 - TEACHING AND FAITH TRADITION (3cr.)

The history of catechetics. The role of the teacher in religious education. The challenges of transmitting a faith tradition in religious education.

THO 5108 - CHRISTIANITY AND WORLD RELIGIONS (3cr.)

History of the relationship of Christianity to the main spiritual traditions of the world. Convergences and divergences. Theological and anthropological ground for dialogue among the traditions. Christian education and world religions.

THO 5110 - LEADERSHIP IN CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS (3cr.)

Exploration of the concepts and practices of leadership for Catholic Institutions (history of Catholic institutions, models of leadership, leadership in Bible and tradition, faith leadership in schools, canonical contexts).

THO 5111 - ETHICAL, CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS ISSUES FOR CATHOLIC LEADERS (3cr.)

Examination of some of the ethical, cultural and religious challenges facing leaders of Catholic educational institutions (epochal shift of modernity, community and individual, the human rights tradition, the Christian ethical and moral framework, the ecumenical and inter-religious context, spirituality).

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