Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry

The University of Dallas Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry offers programs for those who desire to enrich their faith, develop their effectiveness as pastoral leaders and engage in transformative service to the Catholic Church, their communities and the world.

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DMC Conference

DALLAS MINISTRY CONFERENCE UNITES FAITHFUL & FACULTY

Dallas/Fort Worth area faithful gathered at the Irving Convention Center for the 12th Annual Dallas Ministry Conference (DMC) Oct. 11-13, 2018. Sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas and the University of Dallas, the event seeks to provide opportunities for faith formation.. READ MORE

Longtime Catechist, Mother of Two Receives Ministry Scholarship

This past year, as Edna Ramos prepared to send one son off to college and the other into his freshman year of high school, she knew that one chapter of her life was coming to a close. She needed to determine what the next phase would hold, what meaningful work she could undertake.

Dallas Ministry Conference Unites Faithful and Faculty

Dallas/Fort Worth area faithful gathered at the Irving Convention Center for the 12th Annual Dallas Ministry Conference (DMC) Oct. 11-13, 2018. Sponsored by the Diocese of Dallas and the University of Dallas, the event seeks to provide opportunities for faith formation.

School of Ministry Receives Grant for Bilingual Faith Formation

This spring, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine awarded the Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry a $24,050 grant to support the CCD's goals of promoting Catholic biblical literacy. This grant will fund a full scholarship for one bilingual student to complete a Master of Theological Studies with a concentration in biblical studies.

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Events

Ghosts of Churches Past

02.16.19 | 20TH ANNUAL LANDREGAN LECTURE: 'THE GHOSTS OF CHURCHES PAST: HOW CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES SURVIVE THE DESTRUCTION OF THEIR FAITH'

Throughout history, religious communities have been destroyed or have vanished in particular regions, but they rarely leave without a trace. Sometimes older communities survive for centuries as secret or hidden believers — such as the so-called crypto Christians. But remnants of Christian life and practice also live on unmistakably in the religious systems that replace them. These "ghost" traditions are a vital often unrecognized part of Christian history. LEARN MORE
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