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Established in 1975 as one of the first Catholic lay formation programs in the country, from the initial conversations with a handful of people in 1975, we have grown to a program with over 850 graduates. They have ranged in age from 25 to 80 and have come from all walks of life, occupations and educational backgrounds. They live throughout our 19 county diocese and have contributed hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours to hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, soup kitchens, life agencies, schools and churches. They are well-educated, passionate about their faith, and are actively working to bring Gospel values to the marketplace and workplace.

All of them, at one time, had the same questions, concerns and interest that you have and all of them found their place in our community.

 

LPMP Application Process
Who can apply?

For admittance to the Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry program or the Graduate Certificate Option, applicants must have a 4 year undergraduate degree (in any area) and some experience of service in parish, school or community agency.

For admittance to the non-degreed Certificate option, applicants must have a minimum of a High School diploma or a G.E.D. and some experience of service in parish, school or community agency.


 

We look for people who:

 

 

The application process begins with:

If the interview indicates, then the application process is initiated. It consists of:

The Athenaeum Admissions and Degrees Committee acts upon applications when complete. Students wishing to begin classes in the fall semester should complete the application process by July 1. Students wishing to begin classes in January should complete the application process by November 1.

To set up a personal interview or to ask a question about the application process, call 513-231-1200 or email smcgurgan@athenaeum.edu.

You too go into my vineyard. Matthew 20:4

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