Part of our safeguarding webinar series, this month's focus will be on survivors, their healing and experiences with accompaniment from the Church. The registration link is included in member emails. This event is open to CMSM members and their safeguarding teams.
The 2021 New Leader Workshop will be held online, March 1-4, 2021, 2-4:30 p.m. This workshop will include four interactive sessions with essential tips and topics for major superiors and councilors new to leadership within the past two years, as well as those returning to leadership or about to start.
Our presenter will outline the CDF’s compilation of canonical procedures dealing with allegations, and the canonical norms major superiors should follow when addressing allegations of abuse. The Vademecum and other key documents are in the Safeguarding section of our website. Open to CMSM members and their safeguarding teams. The registration
Sr. Katarina Schuth, OSF, PhD, St. Paul Seminary and School of Theology, will will present the next webinar in our spring 2021 safeguarding series. This webinar is open to CMSM members and their safeguarding teams and Review Board members. The registration link is in the March Items of Note eletter,
Join this conversation between Most Reverend Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., Archbishop of Atlanta, and Rev. Frank Donio, SAC, executive director of the Conference of Major Superiors of Men. Archbishop Hartmayer and Fr. Donio will discuss the Vatican document, Mutual Relations, and the importance of building good relationships between religious
Be part of the national Religious Brothers Day Virtual Gathering on Religious Brothers Day, May 1, 1:30-2:30 p.m. (ET). We will celebrate the vocation of brother with prayer, reflections by several brothers, and small group conversation. Register here to get the Zoom link. The gathering is co-sponsored by CMSM, the
Pope Francis’ third encyclical, Fratelli Tutti, offers a straightforward, yet challenging, set of expectations for building community that go beyond mere tolerance to love. His Holiness defines social friendship as “a love capable of transcending borders.” In calling for genuine love, he notes, “Our love for others, for who they
Presenters for this month's webinar, which will address pastoral and canonical issues, will be Deacon Steven DeMartino, director for safeguarding initiatives, and Mr. Chris Fusco, JCL, Esq., tribunal judge and associate general counsel for the Diocese of Metuchen, and the associate director for civil law at the Resource Center for
Dr. Josh Packard, executive director of Springtide Research Institute will discuss new research data that shows how the religious landscape has shifted in America over the last 50 years, ushering in an era of massive mistrust and institutional disaffiliation across all sectors. He will share what nearly two years of
The CMSM 2021 National Assembly is open to all CMSM members. The National Assembly dates are Aug. 3 and 4, 2-4:30 p.m. each day. This year under the theme, "Wake Up the World," we will explore Pope Francis's call to religious, first made six years ago and then reflected in
The Eldercare Summit will focus on eldercare issues in religious life. Held in person for five years, the Summit is moving online this year, making the program available nationally.
In this webinar, Dr. Ashton will provide an overview of the typical psychological dynamics of a member on a safety plan as well as several best practices for directing those dynamics.