Welcome to PCS 1002 – Homiletics and Preaching
This course provides a framework to create inspiring homilies, to implement effective delivery, and to incorporate contemporary scholarship of scripture through various approaches to sermon development.
The main texts for this course are:
Dianne Bergant, Preaching the New Lectionary (A, B, C)
Barbara E. Reid, Abiding Word (A, B, C) and Parables for Preaching (A, B, C)
Mary E. Collingwood, “Styles and Practices of Homiletic Composition”
Rev. E. Lee Hancock, The Book of Women’s Sermons: Hearing God in Each
Jim Schmitmeyer, Preacher in a Hard Hat
Online: Catholic Women Preach
This course is offered as an independent study or in a cohort model. This course uses a blog format (Blogger), to foster an interactive learning community between student(s) and instructor. Students post their assignments and are encouraged to comment on each other’s posts.
Students will complete six reflection/mini projects over a period of 12 weeks. Every two weeks students will complete an assignment and post their work on the blog, inviting comments from cohorts. The final project will be a culmination of the creative homiletic experience for this course. Note: In Barbara Reid’s and Dianne Bergant’s Volumes, only their Volume B will be used in this course. However, you are encouraged to invest in each of the three series, as they will be invaluable resources for future use.
Mary Eileen Collingwood, MTh, ARCWP is the course facilitator for this on-line course. She is available to you throughout the course through email at email@example.com
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Course Cost: $100
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