MTS provides accessible and convenient opportunities for today’s ministers to reflect upon and increase their understanding of current issues facing them. Below is a sample list of courses MTS offers. Please note the course below are dependent on registration of 15 individuals (minimum) for each course. Click below to complete the contact form and find out about other course offerings.
Instructors: Dr. Charlotte McCorquodale and
Research estimates that in 2002, 85% of all colleges and universities are using some form of distance education. The majority of this distance education uses online learning technology. This module is one of four in a course series for online faculty who wish to teach online. Those who complete the entire course will receive an MTS Online Teaching Certificate.
For more information on this course or to register,
complete the MTS contact form.
MTS 601: Balancing Life and Ministry Priorities
Instructor: Dr. Charlotte McCorquodale
According to Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline, “The challenge of leadership in learning is to find balance between work and family.” Addressing the demands and challenges of ministry in a healthy balanced manner is a reality for most ministers. This course will assist participants in developing personal strategies to manage time and multiple priorities and find spiritual peace by applying current theories of time management, lifelong learning, and spiritual practices.
For more information on this course or to register, complete
the MTS contact form.
MTS 602: Understanding Catholic Youth Ministry…Past, Present and Future
Instructors: Dr. Charlotte McCorquodale and Leigh Sterten
In 1976, A Vision of Youth Ministry was published; in 1997, Renewing the Vision was published. This course will look at where Catholic Youth Ministry has come from and where it is going by grounding learning in important documents and research related to the field. Join other youth ministers in exploring the past, present, and future issues important to effective ministry with Catholic young people.
For more information on this course or to register, complete the MTS contact form.
MTS 501: Understanding and Ministering to Millennial Youth
Instructor: Leigh Sterten
What are the facts? Numbered 76 Million by the end of 2000, out-numbering the Baby Boomers; most diverse generation, with 35.5% being non-white, one in five having an immigrant parent, and one in ten a non-citizen parent.
Join other youth ministers in discerning fact or fiction regarding the current generation.
For more information on this course or
to register, complete the MTS contact form.
MTS 802 Managing Change in Life and Ministry
Instructors: Dr. Charlotte McCorquodale
Managing change is a common theme in today’s fast paced society and a common part of our everyday life as people. The best-selling book, Who Moved My Cheese is a parable that provides insight into how to deal with our changing lives and world. Dr. McCorquodale, a nationally licensed trainer for Who Moved My Cheese, facilitates this course on understanding, embracing, and benefiting from the changes all around us. Discussion and activities will focus on how these strategies can be applied in the lives and ministry of lay ecclesial ministers in the church.
For more information on this course or to
register, complete the MTS contact form.
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