School of Ministry Graduation Celebration Honors More Than 100 Students

School of Ministry Graduation Celebration Honors More Than 100 Students

On Saturday, May 18, 2013, more than 100 School of Ministry continuing education and graduate program students celebrated the completion of their coursework at our annual graduation mass and pinning ceremony. Certificates and pins were presented to those students who successfully completed the four-year advanced biblical studies program of the Catholic Biblical School as well as those who completed the three-year Spanish Certificate in Pastoral Theology. School of Ministry graduate students who successfully completed their degrees, also received pins in anticipation of their commencement ceremony, which took place on Sunday, May 19th. Rev. Msgr. Greg Kelly, Vicar for Clergy for the Diocese of Dallas and University of Dallas Trustee, celebrated the mass.

SOM Graduation Picture

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