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Webcasts and Series Available - click on title for more information:
- Covenant Workshop for Aging Institutes Series
- Introduction to Canon Law Series
- Community in Civil and Canon Law
- The Vow of Obedience in Civil and Canon Law
- The Vow of Poverty in Civil and Canon Law
- Transitioning Sponsorship
- Legal Issues for New Members
- Older and Indebted Candidates
- Emerging and Transforming Religious Life
- Social Media, Religious Life and the Law
- Rights and Obligations of Leadership
- Associates of Religious Institutes - a way forward...
- Immigration for Religious
- Civil Structures of Religious Institutes Series
- Canonical Recourse
- Transfer to Another Religious Institute
- Canonical Rights and Obligations of Members
- Basic Taxation of Religious
- Establishing and Running a Nonprofit 4-hours
- Rethinking Record Retention
- Resolving Disputes with the IRS
- Records of Congregational Members
- Copyright Ownership and Transfer for Religious
Covenant Workshop Series: Four 90-minute session, this assists religious institutes that wish to realistically explore their their future and viability. In this difficult but grace-filled time, a community can live today's challenges with the same courage, fidelity and creativity that have marked its entire history. Read more....
Canon Law Institute Series: This series of four 70-minute webcasts will introduce the the participants to Canon Law, the rules that govern church order and discipline of the Roman Catholic Church. While it will touch matters of Religious Life, it is intended to be a more broad based introduction to Canon Law for those who work for for Religious Institutes, for other Church ministries, and for those who would like to deepen their understanding of Church Law.. Read more....
Community in Civil and Canon Law Community is the privileged place of living religious life. It also gives rise to legal rights and responsibilities that will be explored in this program.. Read more....
The Vow of Obedience in Civil and Canon Law – The vow of obedience takes religious into the heart of the mystery of Christ that we celebrate in this Paschal season. In faith and love, we enter in a special way into the following of Christ, obedient to death. Undertaken in this spirit, each institute comes to an understanding and practice of the vow that develops over time. This webcast explores the legal issues raised by the vow. Read more....
The Vow of Poverty in Civil and Canon Law – The vow of poverty has many dimensions: simplicity, solidarity, sustainability, interdependence. This webcast explores the legal issues raised by the vow. Read more....
Transitioning Sponsorship – Many religious institutes are exploring the ways in which their sponsored ministries will need to transition in the coming years to ensure continuity of mission and charism. This webcast explores the issues and options for communities. Read more....
Legal Issues for New Members - This updated webcast discusses the various issues in screening and incorporating new members. New members are diverse in age, education, experience, culture and ethnicity. For this reason flexibility practices and policies is necessary. Read more....
Legal Issues for Older and Indebted Candidates – As they enter into our formation programs, come with challenging issues. This webcast will explore particular issues of older candidates and those with education debt.
Emerging and Transforming Religious Life - Religious Life is undergoing a transformation, brought about by forces at work within the institutes themselves, in the church and in society at large. This one hour webcast will discuss the legal and structural concerns that can facilitate or inhibit this transformation. Read more....
Social Media, Religious Life and the Law - What could these topics possibly have in common? This one hour webcast will explore this new meeting place of law, life and culture, raise legal issues and propose policy statements. Read more...
Rights and Obligations of Leadership - This one hour webcast will discuss the nature of leadership in religious institutes and the canonical rights and obligations of leadership. It will note associated issues of civil law. Read more....
Associates of Religious Institutes - a way forward... This one hour webcast proposes models for understanding the evolving relationship of religious institutes and societies to their associates. It discusses the civil and canonical issues raised and explore best practices. Read more....
1. Civil Structures of Religious Institutes - Overview. This webcast will examine those civil structures used by religious institutes to carry out their life and work in the civil sphere.
2. Civil Corporation of the Religious Institute. This webcast will examine those institute corporation used by religious institutes to carry out their life and work in the civil sphere.
3. Charitable Trusts of Religious Institutes. This webcast will examine the retirement trust and / or retirement facility used by a religious institutes to carry out its life and work in the civil sphere.
4. Ministry Corporations of Religious Institutes and Societies. This webcast will examine those civil structures used by religious institutes to carry out their ministries.
Complete Series on Civil Structures of Religious Institutes $230.00
Canonical Recourse - This webcast will present the notion of canonical recourse, discussing the ways in which individuals or organizations within the church may pursuejustice, particularly with regard to actions taken against them.
Transfer to Another Religious Institute - This one hour webcast examines the process of transfer of a member to another religious institute, including the conditions and effects of the transfer. It also discusses legal issues that may arise in this process.
Canonical Rights and Obligations of Members - This one hour webcast examines the obligations and rights of Members of Religious Institutes, as found in Canons 662-672, exploring these rights and obligations in the light of the historical development of these canons.
Basic Taxation of Religious - Annual Update This popular one hour webcast will discuss the preparation of the tax return for religious with taxable income, including an annual update on current tax issues.
Copyright Ownership and Transfer for Religious - This one hour webcast discusses the overlap of civil and canon law in determining how to approach issues of copyright ownership by authors, artists and composers who are members of Religious Institutes.