Notre Dame Echo Graduate Program in Ministry Offers Full Tuition, Stipend, Housing

Juniors and seniors considering a career in any type of ministry in the Catholic Church are invited to an information session on Thursday, Nov. 11. Two former apprentices from Echo - Forming Leaders, Leading the Church, a specialized program at Notre Dame, will talk about their experiences and answer questions about the program and the application process.

The event will be held from 8 to 9 p.m. in Room 152, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Echo combines pursuing a master’s degree in theology over the course of two and a half summers at Notre Dame and provides the field experience of two years of ministry in a parish.

Accepted students receive full tuition, a stipend, spiritual formation, health benefits and live in a household of fellow Echo apprentices.

More information about Echo is available on the Center for Catechetical Initiatives website. E-mail Elizabeth Jamison with questions about the information session.