May 25, 2011 (Brighton, Mass.) – The Master of Arts in Ministry program at St. John Seminary in Brighton held its commencement ceremony today, conferring degrees on 17 graduates.
The Master of Arts in Ministry Program (MAM) at St. John’s Seminary is a graduate program of academic, spiritual, human and apostolic formation. It takes its inspiration from John Paul II’s document on lay formation entitled “Christifidelis Laici.”
Designed for non-resident students, this program is geared for those who seek to serve the local church as pastoral associates, religious educators, or in a variety of administrative and ministerial positions that are open to the laity in contemporary Catholic parish life and in other settings such as hospitals, campuses and prisons.
It is part of the new Theological Institute for the New Evangelization (TINE) at St. John’s.
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