JULY 22-25 THE UNIVERSITY OF Notre dame

 #ETC19 

Prayer

We introduce practical forms of prayer to deepen one’s personal relationship with Jesus and to foster a stronger culture of prayer among your leadership team and ministry.

SPEAKERS

Dynamic speakers inspire and compel ministry leaders to drive an effective, sustainable movement of evangelization for the sake of Jesus and his kingdom on earth.

TRAINING

Interactive training workshops and breakout sessions incorporate best practices to establish a culture of evangelization that launches and expands small groups.

FELLOWSHIP

Daily Mass, adoration, worship, communal meals, recreational activities and exhibitors cultivates meaningful connections with an expansive Catholic network.

Why ETC?

We equip local Catholic ministries for contagious evangelization that changes lives, unites communities, and invigorates ministries. Priests, local pastoral leaders, parishioners, and students learn to lead evangelistic ministries and successfully implement proven strategic outreach methods.

DAY ONE: Monday, July 22nd

3:00 pm: Check-in

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart available

7:30 pm: Welcome and General Session

Talks to ignite the mind and heart for evangelization. Be inspired and motivated for deepening relationship with Christ that overflows in outreach.

9:15 pm: Recreation (Confessions offered 9:15-10pm)

 

DAY TWO: Tuesday, July 23rd  

8:30 am: Morning Prayer and Praise 

11:00 am: Campus Track Sessions

Fostering a commitment to discipleship creates an engine that propels ministry. Campus Ministry Track options include the following:

  1. One-on-One: Learn the fundamentals of discipleship mentoring.
  2. Small Group Leadership: Teaches practical skills for facilitating and ministering to a small group.
  3. Campus Minister: Priests and campus ministers learn to lead a disciple-making ministry and set organizational goals.

12:30 pm: Lunch

2:15 pm: Campus Track Sessions

4:45 pm: Break

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

6:30 pm: Dinner

8:00 pm: General Session – Keynote Address

9:00 pm: Intercessory Prayer

10:00 pm: Recreation, Rosary at the Grotto

 

DAY 3: Wednesday, July 24th   

8:30 am: Morning Prayer and Praise 

11:00 am: Campus Track Sessions

12:30 pm: Lunch

2:15 pm: Campus Track Sessions

4:45 pm: Break

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

6:30 pm: Dinner

8:00 pm: General Session

9:15 pm: Adoration and Worship/Confession

10:30 pm: Recreation

 

DAY 4: Thursday, July 25th

8:00 am: Morning Prayer and Praise

10:10 am: General Session

10:45 am: Closing Remarks

11:30 am: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

DAY ONE: Monday, July 22nd

3:00 pm: Check-in

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart available

7:30 pm: Welcome and General Session

Talks to ignite the mind and heart for evangelization. Be inspired and motivated for deepening relationship with Christ that overflows in outreach.

9:15 pm: Recreation (Confessions offered 9:15-10pm)

 

DAY TWO: Tuesday, July 23rd  

8:30 am: Morning Prayer and Praise 

11:00 am: Parish Track Session

Equip laity to get outside the parish! Pastoral leaders learn tactical skills and a strategic vision that both builds the parish and reaches beyond it. Start forming disciples whose love of Christ and Church overflows in fruitful evangelization. 

12:30 pm: Lunch

2:15 pm: Parish Track Session

4:45 pm: Break

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

6:30 pm: Dinner

8:00 pm: General Session – Keynote Address

9:00 pm: Intercessory Prayer

10:00 pm: Recreation, Rosary at the Grotto

 

DAY 3: Wednesday, July 24th   

8:30 am: Morning Prayer and Praise 

11:00 am: Parish Track Session

12:30 pm: Lunch

2:15 pm: Parish Track Session  

4:45 pm: Break

5:15 pm: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

6:30 pm: Dinner

8:00 pm: General Session

9:15 pm: Adoration and Worship/Confession

10:30 pm: Recreation

 

DAY 4: Thursday, July 25th

8:00 am: Morning Prayer and Praise

10:10 am: General Session

10:45 am: Closing Remarks

11:30 am: Mass at Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Details

Location & Travel

Duncan Student Center
Notre DameIN 46556 USA

South Bend International Airport (SBN): ~15 min drive

Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW): ~1.5 hr drive

 

Join ETC 2019 as an exhibitor!

Reach 450 ministry leaders from parishes and universities across the country. Priests, deacons, parish staff, and campus ministers will gather at ETC 2019 to ignite their mission of evangelization. Take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity to share your mission, engage college students, and personally connect with ministry decision makers. To register your organization or submit inquiries regarding exhibition opportunities, please contact us at ETC@evangelicalcatholic.org.

Ready to Register for ETC?

It’s easy! Click “Register” below, select your workshop track, choose housing, and check out. The Evangelical Catholic offers ministry leaders the opportunity to purchase multiple ETC reservations in case your participant list has not yet been finalized. Please reference the “Group Registration” description on the registration page for details. Contact us at ETC@evangelicalcatholic.org for further instructions.

ETC Housing Options

ETC participants may choose to stay on campus in air-conditioned residence halls. Click “Register” below to view the options located on the “Meals and Residence Hall Accommodations” page.

For those choosing to stay off campus, the Evangelical Catholic has reserved a limited number of rooms at the Quality Inn South Bend, which are available for a discounted price. Reserve a room and receive direct confirmation by clicking on this link. You may also call the Quality Inn at (574) 277-3211 and request a room within the Evangelization Training Camp’s July 22-25, 2019 group block to receive confirmation.

Packing for ETC

When making your list of what to bring to ETC 2019, please include the following: casual clothing (comfortable, but also appropriate for daily Mass), toiletries (shampoo, toothpaste, etc.), a Bible (hard copy – you will need it!), pens, journal, spiritual reading, and things to do during free time (exercise clothes, games, books, etc.). Bedding and towels will be provided (bring an extra towel if you wish – ND reports theirs are on the “small side”). In the dorms, there is one male and one female bathroom on each floor. Shower shoes are recommended.

What Should I Wear?

Keep it comfortable! Casual clothing appropriate for daily Mass is welcome. We know the summer months can get warm, but please be mindful in choosing modest attire for the week. ND recommends a sweater for the air-conditioned buildings. Good walking shoes are recommended, as ND is a pedestrian campus. Plan on walking 10 to 15 minutes between the dorms, dining hall, and meeting spaces.

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