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Andrew H. Cozzens
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Everett Fritz
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Everett Fritz is founder and executive director of Andrew Ministries and has more than fifteen years of experience in youth ministry.
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Kevin Schmiesing
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Kevin Schmiesing lectures on Church history for Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology in Cincinnati, Ohio, and serves as director of research at the Freedom and Virtue Institute.
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Barbara A. Stuart
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Barbara A. Stuart is a homeschooling mom and social aide who founded and directed a pregnancy resource center in Bismarck, North Dakota.
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Joseph T. Stuart
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Joseph T. Stuart is an assistant professor of history and a fellow of Catholic studies at the University of Mary. He is the author of Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason and Christopher Dawson: A Cultural Mind in the Age of the Great War.
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Kreg Yingst
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Kreg Yingst is an artist who creates sacred, ecumenical original art, primarily hand-pulled block prints (woodcuts and linocuts) designed, drawn, carved, printed—and in some cases. He operates on Etsy at wORKINGaRTs.
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Beginnings, Endings, and the Spirituality of Change: Navigating New Beginnings in Life and Ministry 
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We only have a few "firsts" in life, but we have new beginnings all the time. There is a secret to navigating fresh starts in a way that sets us up for success, both practically and spiritually. In this webinar, Joel Stepanek—vice president of parish services at Life Teen International—will cover three keys to navigating change in life and in parish ministry. Whether you are embarking on a new journey or helping team members enter into a new role, ministry, or opportunity, this professional development webinar will provide you with the tools you need to embrace each new beginnings in a transformative and powerful way.
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Prophetic Welcome: Racial Justice Initiatives in Parish Life
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Parishes around our country are looking for ways to work for racial justice. As ministers, we want parish communities that emulate the prophetic welcome of Jesus for all people. But sometimes it can be hard to know where to begin or what the next step should be.In this webinar, Shannon Wimp Schmidt, a pastoral minister, founding board member of Catholics United for Black Lives—an organization of faithful Catholics dedicated to the flourishing of Black lives—and cohost of the Plaid Skirts and Basic Black podcast will discuss how to assess the needs in your community, what resources are available, and examples of best practices in parishes around the country.
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Ministering to Children and Families Experiencing Trauma
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How do you minister to a child who’s experienced trauma? How do you foster openness to God and be sensitive to the things that could be a trigger for the child? How do you support parents and caregivers to provide the best care for the child? In this webinar, Regina Boyd, a Catholic mental health counselor, will discuss what trauma is, how to recognize signs of it, and how to support children and families in need.
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Serving God Together: The Role of Deacons in Parish Life
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Deacons are essential to parish life, and diaconal ministry is especially suited to adapt to changes emerging in the twenty-first-century Church.In this webinar, Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, founder of DynamicDeacon.com, explores two key areas of parish life where deacons can serve Christ and the Church admirably, bringing hope to those who are lost and serving as a bridge for racial reconciliation and healing.
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A Catholic Response to Racism
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In this webinar, Fr. Daniel P. Horan, OFM, will discuss a Catholic response to systemic racism and white privilege, drawing from both Catholic teaching and the best of contemporary resources. He will examine what we mean by the terms racism, racial justice, and whiteness, what the Church teaches about the sin of racism and the call to justice, and what we can do individually and collectively to become actively anti-racist and better allies in the work for racial justice in our culture and in the Church.
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Light in the Darkness: Teaching the Dark Ages
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Phillip Campbell, author of The Church and the Dark Ages (430–1027), explores what is commonly known as the Dark Ages and how to understand the Catholic Church's place in this complex and misunderstood time in history.In this webinar, Campbell will discuss:• What were the Dark Ages?• Why were they considered dark, and did Christianity have anything to do with it?• How did the Church contribute to the preservation of civilization during this era?
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Ave Spotlight - Sharing the Gospel While Gaming with Jonathan Blevins
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How can we use social media to evangelize?In this episode of Ave Spotlight, Chenele Shaw talks with Jon Blevins—AKA "Bearded Blevins"—founder of Little Flower Media, about building a community for Christ through gaming.
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Ave Spotlight - Consistently Pro-Life with Sam Povlock from FemCatholic
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Samantha Povlock, founder and CEO of FemCatholic, talks with Chenele about the pro-life movement and what being pro-life means. They also discuss supporting women and practicing a consistent life ethic.
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Breaking the Silence: A Pro Life Poem
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The Suffering of Children
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The Suffering of Children
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This reading from Hans Christian Andersen introduces students to the perennial topic of child exploitation.
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Ave Spotlight - Gay and Christian with Eve Tushnet
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What would happen if gay Christians began to believe the truth about God—that he loves all people unconditionally?Join Chenele this week as she talks with Eve Tushnet about navigating rejection and embracing God's love as a gay Christian. She'll discuss her new book, Tenderness, and what drew her to the Catholic Church. 
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