Welcome to PCS 501: Eucharist: Embracing an Open Table
This course covers the development of the sacrament of the Eucharist from atonement theology to a theology of blessing, supports pastoral leaders in developing and praying contemporary Eucharistic celebrations through the liturgical year and builds a database of creative resources for a contemporary lectionary.
Dianne Bergant. Preaching the New Lectionary (A, B, C)
Joseph Martos. Deconstructing Sacramental Theology, Reconstructing Catholic
Ritual (sections on Eucharist designated by instructor).
Diarmuid O’Murchu. Inclusivity: A Gospel Mandate and O’Murchu’s online
publication- “Eucharist in Turmoil”
Mary E. Collingwood, “Eucharistic Liturgy Template with Annotations”
Bruce Sanguin. If Darwin Prayed: Prayers for Evolutionary Mystics
This course is offered as an independent study or in a cohort model. This course uses a blog format (www.blogger.com) to foster an interactive learning community between students and instructor. Students post their assignments and are encouraged to comment on each other’s posts.
Students complete six reflections/mini projects over a 12-week period, and one final culmination paper. Through the reflections and projects, students articulate a contemporary understanding of Eucharist as a sacred meal around a friendship table as they construct Eucharistic celebrations for their Christian communities.
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Course Cost: $100
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