Human beings are messy. We are vulnerable creatures and our societies reproduce our own brokenness on a larger scale. This certificate in Reconciliation and Restorative Justice is designed to equip students from a variety of professional backgrounds in the art of social healing. It utilizes resources from global Catholicism to teach students ways to recognize and to mend the varieties of brokenness they encounter both locally and globally.
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The 18-credit hour Certificate in Reconciliation and Restorative Justice is especially helpful for those who want a theological and spiritual lens for recognizing and understanding social wounds and participating in social and interpersonal healing. It can be helpful for social workers and mental health professionals as well as those involved in ministries in prisons, hospitals, youth development, peace, justice, and advocacy.
- DC4330: Reconciliation: A Praxis of Salvation OR DE4350/5350 Reconciliation and Ethics
- DC4020/5020: Reconciling Narratives: Racialization and the Theology of Robert Schreiter
- DS5101 God and the Mystery of Human Suffering OR BD5510 Feminist Hermeneutics in Bible and Theology OR DE4204/5205 Women in Theology and Ethics OR another class agreed upon with advisor
- C4700: Praxis for Intercultural Transformation
- M4211B Ministry Practicum (6 hours). Must be focused on Reconciliation and/or Restorative Justice. NOTE: MP 3000 is Prerequisite.
The courses taken for this certificate are graduate level courses and can be applied to the MA, MAPS or MDiv degrees. Through CTU Distance Education, this certificate may also be completed partially or completely online.
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