The Center for the Study of Consecrated Life (CSCL) was established in 2016 to serve as a theological, academic, and pastoral resource for engaging contemporary issues and realities in consecrated life today from a global perspective. The CSCL carries out its mission through courses, symposia, and workshops. The CSCL seeks to encourage new scholarship across disciplines; provide processes for reflective dialogue and creative imagining; assist in the discovery of new calls to ministry; and explore the internationality of consecrated life.

Where do we Go From Here? How will you demonstrate an understanding of what has...
Do You Hear What I Hear? Developing Sensitivity and Appropriate Responsiveness to What One Hears that...
Owning Our History: Race and Racism in the History of the Catholic Church Rev. Joseph...
Presented by Michel Andraos, PhD as a part of Engaging Our Diversity: Interculturality and Consecrated...
How Do We Intentionally Transform Our Congregations to Be More Welcoming: Inviting, Sustaining and Moving...
Looking Back To Look Forward: Acknowledging Histories of Enslaved Persons by Religious Congregations In this...