“ICT Summer Symposium: Human and Spiritual Integration
Instructor: Fr. Ignatius Mazanowski
A College Level Course for Audit or Credit from Franciscan University of Steubenville
In-Person or Via Distance (Zoom), with additional recorded lectures.
About the Symposium
Join is for an in-depth course on Human and Spiritual Integration, designed for anyone looking to learn more about this topic, be personally renewed and equipped to transform the culture.
May 22 to June 26
This course is a seminar in contemporary psychology and Christian Humanism emphasizing the intimate and dynamic correlation of nature and grace. An interdisciplinary approach is designed to critically examine contemporary issues and areas of concern. Psychological perspectives on being human such as development, personality, motivation, value, psychopathology, addiction, and therapeutic interventions will be brought into dialogue with theological perspectives on human being such as finitude, human nature, conversion, holiness, growth, vocation, and spirituality. The primary focus will be on developing skills for practical understanding and application.
Date Time Location
Monday, May 22 6-9pm St. Thomas the Apostle, Phoenix or Zoom
Saturday, May 27 9am-12pm Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, or Zoom
Monday, May 29 6-9pm Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, or Zoom
Tuesday, May 30 9am-4pm Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, or Zoom
Wednesday, May 31 9am-12pm Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, or Zoom
Saturday June 3 9am-12pm Zoom-only/No in-person
Monday, June 5 6-9pm Zoom-only/No in-person
Saturday June 10 9am-12pm Zoom-only/No in-person
Monday, June 12 6-9pm Zoom-only/No in-person
Additional class recordings will be made available for the student on the following dates:
Saturday, June 17
Monday, June 19
Saturday, June 20
Monday, June 26
In case students cannot participate live, all sessions will be recorded for later playback.
Schedule subject to minor changes.
About the Instructor
Father Ignatius Mazanowski graduated with a Master of Arts in Theology from St. Meinrad School of Theology in 2004. He attended seminary at The Catholic University of America and was ordained in 2011. He completed his doctorate in Moral Theology from Santa Croce, Rome, Italy, in 2016.
Father Mazanowski has extensive training and experience in healing ministry. He is on the board for Restore Dignity, which sponsors 6-day Grief to Grace retreats in the Diocese of Phoenix. He is also partnering with Witness to Love counseling center in Phoenix, Arizona, to pioneer the Spiritual Healing Program. Additionally, Father Mazanowski completed a three-year (2018-2020) spiritual direction program through the Institute of Priestly Formation.
Father Mazanowski serves as the Pastor of St. John Vianney Parish and the Chapel of the Holy Cross, both are located in Sedona, Arizona. He is also the Director of Medical Ethics and the Chaplain to the Catholic Medical Association in the Diocese of Phoenix.
To learn more about Fr. Ignatius, please visit mercyforgivenesshealing.com.
$450 includes 42 Hours of Instruction, applicable for continuing education hours.
Flagstaff (NAU Dorms) Room and Board: $150.00 per night
Transferable Credit from Franciscan University to Other Universities: ADD $450
(This course counts for ‘THE 324 Human and Spiritual Integration’ at Franciscan University of Steubenville. Be sure to check with your school regarding the acceptance of these credits.)
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