Lectures, Workshops & Retreats

Throughout the semester and during the summer months, the seminary offers lectures, workshops and retreats that help people gain ministry-related skills on the personal and communal level.  Workshops and seminars are thematic or topical and are a way to strengthen the students' academic and spiritual learning while at Christ the King Seminary.  In addition, workshops delve deeper into many areas and topics than may be done in the academic classroom.  



Dinner Lecture

The Throne of Grace: Artistic Images of the Trinitarian Journey of Humanity into the Heart of God  |  Presented by Rev. Xavier Seubert, OFM  |  Wednesday, June 26, 5:45 dinner, 6:45 lecture

Seminar Retreat

Spiritual Survival in the Storms of Life  |  Facilitated by Rev. Seán Paul Fleming  |  July 7-12

Directed Retreat

Directed (Silent) Retreat  |  Facilitated by Rev. Edward Sheedy, Jan Sheridan, MA, Msgr. Richard Siepka, Sr. Mary Ellen Twist, RSM, and Msgr. James Wall  |  Three or five days beginning July 7

Dinner Lecture

A Pilgrimage with Christ to the Father: The Many Figures of Jesus in the Writings of Pope Francis  |  Presented by Dr. Eric Mabry  |  Wednesday, July 10, 5:45 dinner, 6:45 lecture

Dinner Lecture

Rejoice and Be Glad! Pope Francis' Plan for Everyday Holiness  |  Presented by Deacon Donald Weigel  |  Wednesday, July 24, 5:45 dinner, 6:45 lecture



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