This biannual learning unit is not being organized in 2017-2018 !
- Meanings of notions of religious experience and pastoral practice;
- Source, genesis and development of pastoral / practical theologies;
- Current methods in pastoral / practical theology;
- Particular attention to the context in which the Christian mission unfolds;
- Application to current issues.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
At the end of this course, the student will be able:
- to identify the nature, goals and actors of pastoral care;
- to use the necessary tools to describe, analyze and evaluate pastoral practices;
- to articulate ecclesiology, pastoral theology and canon law.
According to the Bachelor's Degree in Religious Sciences:
· A. to master the knowledge to explain Christianity in its cultural environment according to theological disciplines;
· A.2. to understand and explain the Christian theological tradition in its major theoretical currents by contextualising them;
· B. to use appropriate concepts to develop theological reflection;
· B.1. to know the notions proper to theology and its epistemology;
· B.4. to perceive the complementarity of the theological disciplines of positive theology, systematic theology and practical theology;
· C. to properly use the tools for rigorous reflection and research in theology.
· C.1. to know the diversity of methods of analysis and research used in theology;
· D. to develop personal theological reflection and critical thinking;
· D.1. to draft a reflection on a theological question using different disciplines and methods of theology;
· D.3. to distinguish between the theological analysis of an issue or situation and a commonsense analysis.
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
- an analysis of testimony of faith, during the course, grade 1/20;
- field observation, with reports and analysis, grade 11/20;
- an oral presentation of this study, highlighting the knowledge acquired in the course, integrating the study of normative dimensions (resources taken from part B of the course: Introduction to Canon Law) grade 8/20.
2. Un manuel de référence :L. GEROSA, Le droit de l'Église. Manuel de théologie catholique, Luxembourg, Saint-Paul, Paris, Le Cerf, 1998
3. Les étudiants devront disposer d'une version papier ou électronique du code de droit canonique