Learn how to share your love of Scripture with others.
Join us for a two-day program designed to prepare those who have a good foundation
in Scripture to effectively present the Word of God to others. This program will provide
both an overview of key elements as well as share a methodology for leading reflections
on God's Word.
Saturdays, June 4 & June 18, 2016 8:30am - 4:30pm Catherine Hall, Room 11 - University of Dallas Campus
Set Hearts Aflame is open to those participating in School of Ministry's Catholic
Biblical School, those with an ample knowledge/training of Scripture from the Catholic
perspective (i.e. catechists, Bible Study leaders, small faith sharing group leaders,
RCIA leaders, PCLs etc.), or those who have an understanding of Catholic intrepretation of the Bible (i.e. completed Diocean
Introduction to Scripture or Ascension Press' The Bible Timeline). Questions about participating? Contact Michele Meny via email or call 972-265-5782.
Registration Deadline: May 25th. Click here to register now!
Bring your lunch - coffee will be provided.
Instructor: Diana Raiche, Ph.D.
Diana Dudoit-Raiche, Ph.D.
Diana Dudoit Raiche, Ph.D., has written articles and reviews in a variety of publications
including Seminary Journal, Momentum, Religion Teachers Journal and Catechetical Leader. She served as acquisitions' editor for fifteen NCEA publications, with two books given
second place for Catholic Book Publishers. She was also general editor for Into the Fields: Catechist and Teacher Formation of the Whole Community – Spiritual
Exercises by Dan Shutte, Twenty-third Publications, 2006. Diana Duidoit-Raiche currently teaches
at the School of Ministry.
Some of Diana's publications include the following. Download her CV for a more complete listing.
“Priest as Catechetical Leader,” Seminary Journal (Fall 2011).
“Reflecting on Mystagogy Again,” Catechumenate: A Journal of Christian Initiation (May 2005).
“Continuing Education for Priests: Catechesis in the Third Millennium,” Seminary Journal (Spring 2005).
“Focus on Children” in Catechumenate: An Inspiration for All Catechesis, ed. J. Sinwell, (NCEA 2001).
“Toward an Understanding of the Rite of Scrutiny and the Penitential Rite in the Rite
of Christian Initiation of Adults,” Catechumenate: Journal of Christian Initiation (March 2001).
Although she can no longer see, Tia does her best, like the mother she still is, to ensure the comfort of those around her from her perch on the edge of her bed. She is one of three elderly residents of St. Adelaide in Grand Prairie, one of Gospel of Life Dwellings' two locations. First conceived by Joe Flaherty, M.D., BA '86, a geriatrician, the idea for these homes was embraced and implemented -- and is continuously sustained -- by numerous UD alumni.
Positioned off Crusader Drive, behind the batting cages and the centerfield wall of the baseball field, the university's newly constructed baseball clubhouse opened the first week in May, the last week of the season for the UD baseball team. This milestone marked the end of a years-long endeavor supported by the university's Baseball Booster Club to upgrade the team's existing locker room and practice facilities.
Valor Public Schools founder David Williams, who pursued graduate coursework at UD from 2006-7, and superintendent Steve Gordon, BA '97 MA '01, believe that a school should be an environment filled with joy.