NACC Members Only Virtual Event
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Overview and Objectives
As part of NACC’s on-going strategy towards racial justice, we offer this three-hour continuing education virtual event free of charge to NACC members. The virtual event was planned and will be facilitated entirely by NACC members.
The virtual event will feature a panel conversation with NACC members who identify from various racial backgrounds, asking them their personal experiences in their ministries, their communities, the Catholic Church, and the NACC.
The virtual event will be recorded and posted on the NACC website for members unable to attend the live presentation.
As a result of the virtual event, participants will be able to:
- Articulate an understanding of white privilege and how they indirectly benefit from it, or how it limits their full flourishing. (ITP5, PPS3, PIC2)
- Identify examples of microaggression experienced by racial minorities in order to enhance collegial relationships and provide ethnic-appropriate spiritual care (PIC2, PPS3, OL2, OL4.1)
- Establish practices of listening, bodily self-awareness and shared reflection as pathways to justice (PIC1, PIC2, OL2.1)
- Welcome, Introductions, Opening Prayer
- Session One: “What is White Privilege?”
- Session Two: Panel of NACC Members Share their Personal Experiences relative to Race
- Session Three: “Embodiment and Processing: Reflecting on What We’ve Heard”
Mr. Brian B. Ballantine BCC
Ms. Bridget Deegan-Krause MDiv, BCC
Mr. Augustine O. Duru BCC
Mr. James P. Letourneau BCC