During this course, participants are invited to experience the beauty of their relationship with God in prayer. The aim of the course is for the participants to deepen their understanding of prayer as essential to our journey of faith.
The course will be spread over six Saturdays, exploring different approaches to prayer, including scripture, icons, and experiential texts.
Adults who wish to explore and delve deeper into their relationship with God in prayer.
|Prayer as the Motor of Spiritual Life||Rev Dr Jimmy Bonnici|
|Prayer in the Old Testament||Rev Dr Stefan Attard|
|Prayer in the New Testament||Sr Marie Scicluna rscj|
|Vocal Prayer||Rev Dr Mark Sultana|
|Liturgical and Ecclesial Aspects of Prayer||Mr Emanuel Micallef|
|Praying with Icons||Prof Adrian Gellel|
This course is held on Saturdays from 9:00 am -12:00 pm
Mode of Delivery: In person
|05/02/2022||Introduction to the course: Prayer as the Motor of the Spiritual Life|
|12/02/2022||Prayer in the Old Testament|
|19/02/2022||Prayer in the New Testament|
|12/03/2022||Liturgical and Ecclesial Aspects of Prayer|
|09/04/2022||Praying with Icons|
Assessment: no assessment
Final Award: Certificate of Attendance
Duration: 3 months (18 hours)
Certification: A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded after successful* completion of the course
* To obtain a Certificate of Achievement a student must: attend a minimum of 70% of each module
Every application will be considered on its individual merits. The Pastoral Formation Institute accepts a wide range of qualifications, and we always try to judge applications on the basis of academic potential. We do consider a very wide range of academic, vocational, and professional qualifications, as well as work and other appropriate experiences and skills.