PASTORAL MINISTRY ONLINE COURSES
Our mission at the Online School of Pastoral Ministry is to provide quality Catholic online educational experiences to as many people as possible.
We take great pleasure in bringing in teachers who introduce timeless topics in creative new ways. We’re particularly interested in exploring how the faith can inform every aspect of our lives — particularly our lives beyond the parish.
The Arch And The Spire: Romanesque And Gothic Churches
By Dr. Elizabeth Lev
By Fr. Robert J. Spitzer and Dr. Andrew Salzmann
The Rosary And Contemplative Prayer
by Dr. Anthony Lilles, Professor of Theology, St. Patrick’s Seminary
Sinners and Saints in Dante’s Divine Comedy
An exploration of literature’s greatest poem, Dante’s Divine Comedy by Dr. Anthony Nussmeier
G. K. Chesterton
An Overview Of The colossal English writer and Catholic convert, by The Professor Dale Ahlquist
Laudato Si’ and Fratelli Tutti
The Biblical Grounding Of The Holy Father’s Thinking by Professor Dianne Bergant, CSA
Christianity and Islam
The main teachings of the Second Vatican Council and how the Council’s teaching has been received, misperceived, and resisted.
A Short Course on the Source and Summit of our Faith by Dr. Brett Salkeld
Catholicism in the Lord of the Rings
A short course with Dr. Peter Kreeft
Dr. Peter Kreeft will delve into this popular series and discuss how it relates to our journey as Catholics.
Bioethics from a Catholic Perspective
A short course with Dr. Joe Zalot
Vaccinations? End-of-Life Decision Making? Brain Death and Organ/Tissue Donation?
C.S. Lewis, Modernity’s Greatest Literary Evangelist
By Dr. Peter Kreeft
C.S. Lewis was not a Roman Catholic but an Anglican, or Anglo-Catholic, and focused on the essentials of what he called “mere Christianity”.
Art, Elevation, & the Liturgy
An online course with Elizabeth Lev
Explore the history of art in the context of the liturgy, specifically works designed to elevate the mind, heart, and spirit during the Mass.
The Catholic Faith And Modern Science
An online course with Dr. Stephen Barr
Prof. Barr will show that the widespread idea that faith and science are opposed to each other is based on serious misconceptions.
Only Wonder Knows: Humanity’s Irresistible Attraction To The Mystery Of Creation
An online course with Dr. Maria Elena Monzani
How can we understand physical reality while being in it? Why is there something instead of nothing?
Immigration: The In-Between Life Issue
An online course By Dr. Jeffrey Marlett
How is immigration a life issue? Isn’t it simply a matter of political policy over which Catholics may certainly disagree?
Junipero Serra, A Franciscan Missionary In Spain, Mexico And California
An online course by Andrew A. Galvan
Saint Junipero Serra, O.F.M., S.T.D. (1713-84) has historically been revered as the “Apostle of California”.
Faith And Film: Finding God At The Movies
An online course by Dr. Margaret Turek, Dr. Anthony Lilles & Fr. Larry Herrrera, S.J.
“Great stories are concerned with nothing less than the whole point of living”
Women In The Church & The Catholic Mystical Tradition
A short couse by Dr. Anthony Lilles
Women have played an integral role in developing the Catholic Mystical Tradition
Vatican II: Council, Controversy, Conversion, And Communion
A short couse by Dr. Mark Brumley
Mysterious Church, and Catholics, other Christians, on the Second Vatican Council with Mark Brumley
A Patron Saint Of Entrepreneurs & Co-Ops?
A short course with Jesús María Herrasti & Dr. Stephen Cortright
A simple parish priest who founded the world’s largest worker-owned cooperative business in the world
“Music and some wider implications: a Catholic composer’s perspective”
With Composer Sir James Macmillan & Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
Does a religious composer only write music for the liturgy?