Wednesday, July 3, 2013

In DC teaching in the School of Canon Law

In DC teaching in the School of Canon Law at The Catholic University of America. The summer program is intensive, so I'll be teaching 3 days a week dueing the month of July. Pray for my students, all of whom are working on their Licentiate degrees in Canon Law! The class has a 50/50 split of students who are here year-round and students who are in the summer program. The program of studies for the JCL degree is laid out to be a three-year program, but by going year-round students can finish it in 2 years, or for those who can't be here for the usual academic year they can finish the degree in 5 summers (plus a few courses on-line during the year). During July I'm teaching an elective which will follow a complex scenario of conflict and finger-pointing in a parish setting. Analysis of legal issues, legal writing, Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR), and hierarchic recourse within the Church setting -- that's just about the 4 weeks of the course right there. Who has more fun?

July 3, 2013
Msgr. William J. King

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