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Reflections on the Spirituality of Campus Ministry: A Play in Four Acts

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SKU: 9781609470272 Tags: , Product ID: 1291

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These reflections are offered in support of anyone who is engaged in the mission of campus ministry, or who may be discerning a call to this kind of ministry. This is a field of work that is increasingly diverse in its contexts and in the resources available to service it. Some who minister in this field are ordained, some are lay. Some are full-time, some part-time. Some are compensated,some are volunteers. This work is instructive and inspiration and provides spiritual energy for those engaged in this ministry.

3 reviews for Reflections on the Spirituality of Campus Ministry: A Play in Four Acts

  1. For any future orientation or renewal process I facilitate for campus ministers, this will be a primary resource. At last, in a spotlight at center stage, the spiritual dynamics of this peculiar vocation are in full view. Bravo!! This is fabulous work and a great gift to the campus ministry community and to the Church

  2. A thoughtful and accessible reflection on campus ministry from a grounded practitioner. By integrating his own experiences through a lens of spirituality, Antoci mentors colleagues into pastorally accompanying communities in academic contexts. Writing from the particularity of his ministry at a university, he opens hospitable spaces for a greater conversation among those who share a calling to minister on campuses of all kinds.

  3. Do you have a spirit for campus ministry? Another way of putting this is do you have the gracious energy to begin building the Kingdom of Heaven on campus?” With this refrain, Peter Antoci invites those called to campus ministry to explore the spiritual foundations of their work, as it is lived out in prayer, invitation, counseling and teaching. Part personal story, part spiritual guide, this book offers a vision of ministry that integrates inner life and outward practice, grounded in tradition and open to creative exploration, a “confident, gracious and open spirituality” that can speak to all who are engaged in the exciting work of spiritual formation.

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