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Ministry Alumni Committee Interest Form

Ministry Alumni Committee Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in serving on the University of Dallas Ministry Alumni Committee. This
committee welcomes alumni from all the UD Ministry Programs past and present; the Ann & Joe O.
Neuhoff School of Ministry, its predecessor, the Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies, the newly
established Ann & Joe Neuhoff Institute for Ministry & Evangelization, the Institute for Homiletics and
the Theology, Ministry & Catholic Leadership Programs offered in Constantin and Braniff. It is also a
Committee of the National Alumni Board. The mission of Ministry education at UD is a "theological education for transformative service."

In support of that mission, the intention of this committee is to:

  • Call together and create a networking community of alumni, current students, faculty
    and friends of Ministry to uphold and continue the mission of Ministry through the
    channels of prayer, fellowship, events participation, philanthropy, and continuing
    education.
  • Strengthen the understanding and effectiveness of Ministry as transformative service in
    parishes, dioceses and worldwide with effective communication & outreach that
    includes diverse cultural communities.
  • Grow Volunteerism involvement and attendance participation in UD Alumni and
    Ministry events.
  • Identify and promote continuing formation, service and employment opportunities for Ministry students and Alumni.
  • Provide opportunities to meet and connect with like-minded Alumni.
  • Form disciples of Christ through intentional discipleship (that is; transmit a living, personal Catholic faith to future generations).

Please complete and submit the form below to indicate your interest in serving on the Alumni Ministry
Committee so that we may follow up with you.

 

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