Legal Education 2022
for leadership of religious institutes and their lay collaborators
First year of the three-year cycle.
An updated program offering instruction in the contemporary context on the main aspects of canon law and certain aspects of civil law affecting consecrated life.
It is intended for present and future leadership teams and lay persons working in the administration of institutes of consecrated life or societies of apostolic life.
The program will also be offered online.
- The New Communities: Overview of the Situation and Current Questions
- Acceptance of new candidates in religious institutes
- Practical implications of the vow of poverty
- Associates and other forms of belonging to an institute
- The Revised Penal Law of the Church: Important Considerations for Religious and their Lay Collaborators
- Issues relating to safeguard of vulnerable persons, more particularly in relation to situational power in Women Religious Institutes
- Rights and obligations of all the Christian faithful
- Rights and obligations of religious
- Separation from the institute
- Various forms of dismissal from an institute
- You have just received an allegation of abuse … now what do you do?
For program information: email@example.com
June 6-9, 2022
- 8:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
- 10:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
- 1:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Questions (June 6, 7, 8 and 9)
- will be answered in class
Fees: $600 (Program, hand-outs, receptions) includes $50 non-refundable deposit.
Information (registration and program):
Saint Paul University
Sr Louise CHARBONNEAU, SCO
A limited number of rooms has been reserved at the residence on the campus of Saint Paul University for those participating in the legal education program 2022.
A cost of $125 per suite (see plan suite here).
In order to reserve a room, please communicate with Sr Louise Charbonneau, SCO, at firstname.lastname@example.org BY MARCH 4, 2022.
- Danielle DUNLEAVY, MBA, CPA, CGA
- Rev. Wojciech KOWAL, OMI, JCD – SPU
- Sr Bonnie MacLELLAN, CSJ, JCD – SPU
- Thuy-Linh Christiane NGUYEN – CRC
- Béatrice PRADO – ATTIR
- Andreas PRAKSAS – ATRI
- Mgr John A. RENKEN, J.C.D. – Dean, Faculty of Canon Law, SPU
- Sr Louise CHARBONNEAU, SCO, JCL – SPU
- Dr. Karlijn DEMASURE, Ph.D., S.T.D.. Director, Centre for Safeguarding Minors and Vulnerable Persons, SPU
- Rev. M.J. Jesu Pudumai DOSS, SDB, M.L., J.C.O.L., J.C.D. Full Professor, Faculty of Canon Law, SPU
- Dr. Mireille ÉTHIER, BCL, DThP, Founding member of the Conseil des laïques engagés dans des familles charismiques
- Mr. Charles GIBSON, B. of Adm., LLB., Chairman, VINCENT DAGENAIS GIBSON LLP/s.r.l.
- Mr. Ryan KILGER, JD, BSc, PT, Partner, VINCENT DAGENAIS GIBSON LLP/s.r.l.
- Rev. Wojciech KOWAL, OMI, JCD, Associate Professor, Faculty of Canon Law, SPU
- Sr. Bonnie MacLELLAN, csj, Ph.D., JCD, General Superior, Sisters of St. Joseph of Sault Ste. Marie
- Rev. Valère NKOUAYA MBANDJI, S.J., JCD Assistant Professor, Faculty of Canon Law, SPU
- Msgr. John A. RENKEN, M.A. (Civil Law), S.T.D., J.C.D., Dean, Faculty of Canon Law SPU
- Rev. Claude ROY, CSV, JCL, Vice-Chancellor, Archdiocese of Montreal
- Dr. Rick VAN LIER, Ph.D. Theologian, Cartuja Aula Dei (Spain)
- Saint-Paul University (SPU)
- Canadian Religious Conference (CRC)
- Association des trésorières et des trésoriers des instituts religieux (ATTIR)
- Association of Treasurers of Religious Institutes (ATRI)