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