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St. Norbert College Adds New Spiritual Skills Courses This Fall

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From St. Norbert College, July 15, 2020
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-362-8864

St. Norbert College, in collaboration with HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, is offering courses in spiritual care at a time when there is a critical shortage of chaplains and when the need for spiritual care is so pressing.

“These courses provide the instruction and firsthand experience that are essential in the formation of persons who are able to provide spiritual companionship and guidance at crucial stages of life, be that in hospital, residential, prison or other communal settings,” said Howard Ebert, professor of theology and religious studies at St. Norbert College.

Courses are offered both on an undergraduate and graduate level, providing an opportunity for a wide range of individuals no matter their age or career aspirations to begin moving into the exploration of the expansive and urgent ministerial possibilities. The courses will follow St. Norbert College’s semester term dates, beginning in August.

“These unique courses will advance the skills and knowledge of those who seek to provide spiritual care in a variety of settings and are designed to enhance students’ lives both personally and professionally,” said Mary Salm, director of spiritual care, mission and ethics for HSHS Wisconsin and adjunct faculty at St. Norbert College.

For more information on the courses and cost, contact program coordinator Danielle Wahlen at danielle.wahlen@snc.edu or 920-403-3957.

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