Three catechetical experts discuss what accompaniment is and how it can be applied in ministry.
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Catechetical scholars Tracey Lamont, PhD, Dr. Patrick Manning, and Daniella Zsupan-Jerome, PhD, chat with us about accompaniment and its critical role in forming the next generation of missionary disciples. This two-part episode:
Tracey Lamont, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Religious Education and young adult ministry at Loyola University New Orleans. With a MA and PhD in Religion and Religious Education from Fordham University, she specializes in curriculum development, youth and young adult ministry, and religious education.
Dr. Patrick Manning is an Associate Professor and Chair of Pastoral Theology at Seton Hall University. With advanced degrees from the University of Notre Dame and Boston College, he specializes in the area of practical theology with a particular interest in religious education and catechesis.
Daniella Zsupan-Jerome, PhD, is the Director of Ministry Formation and Field Education at Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary. She holds a BA in Theology from the University of Notre Dame, a MA in Liturgical Studies from St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN, a MA in Religion and the Arts from Yale Divinity School, and a Doctoratre of Philosophy in Theology and Education from Boston College.