MW003E  MISSION AND INTERCULTURALITY

  • Accademic Unit
    Faculty of Missiology
  • Course
    Certificate Program

Scope: Through the workshop on Mission and Interculturality, the participants will understand the importance of intercultural living in missions and the dynamics of intercultural mission. The workshop guides them to unfold their capacity of interculturality and it aims to discover the dimensions of intercultural mission. Content: Intercultural living, interculturality and conflict, a module of mapping, bridging and integrating, foundations of intercultural mission, prophetic dialogue and interculturation. Method: Lectures on the content, some exercises on the content, research by the participants on a given topic, discussions and interactions and presentation of papers by the participants. Evaluation: Each one will write a paper related to intercultural mission.

Information

  • Semestre: 2° Semestre
  • ECTS: 1.5

Teachers

Thanuzraj LAZAR
Thanuzraj LAZAR

Lesson schedule

Semester Day From To Room Floor Building Notes
2° Semestre Mercoledì 8.30 9.15 TBD 0 17/02 - 24/03
2° Semestre Mercoledì 9.30 10.15 TBD 0 17/02 - 24/03

Bibliography

  • S.N.AGCARACAR, Relevance of Interculturality in the Missionary Context of the Philippines Today. Rome: PUG, 2018, Dissertation; A.J. GITTINS, Living Mission Interculturally: Faith, Culture, and the Renewal of Praxis. Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2015; A.SOSA, SJ. “Interculturality, Catholicity and Consecrated Life.” Paper presented at USG Semi-annual Assembly, Rome, 24-26 May 2017; T.S. LAZAR and M. UEFFING (eds). Intercultural Life, Vol. 1. New Delhi: SPCK, 2015, Intercultural Mission, Vol. 2. New Delhi: ISPCK, 2015.

Lecture notes

This course does not have handouts