Continuing Education

Expand your knowledge of the Catholic Church. Enrich your faith. Acquire skills for pastoral leadership. 

From comprehensive courses focused on the Biblical tradition and the Catholic faith to a transformative summer program of study and exploration in Rome to one of the largest ministry conferences in the country, the Neuhoff School of Ministry has a lot to offer adult learners. Deepen your understanding of the Catholic faith, expand your appreciation of the history and traditions of the Catholic Church, acquire the practical skills of effective leadership within pastoral ministry and strengthen their commitment to Christ and his church.  

Programs & Workshops for 2018-2019

Program Format Start Date Designed For Register

Catholic Biblical School

Onsite/ Online/ Area Parishes

Start the week of Aug. 27

Religious education leaders, deacons, lectors, leaders of Bible study groups and adults of all education levels seeking an intensive study covering the entire Bible; Also offered in Spanish. 

Duration: 1-4 years

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Certificate in Pastoral Ministry

Onsite/ Area Parishes

Start the week of Aug. 27.

Are you a volunteer minister serving in your parish or school? This program is for you. The CPM provides foundational theological and pastoral resources for professional or volunteer ministers. Also offered in Spanish.

Duration: 3 years

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Certificado en Teología Pastoral

Online only

Start the week of Aug. 27.

El programa del Certificado en Teología Pastoral está diseñado para aquellas personas que quieren adquirir una solida educación teológica y pastoral, y así llegar a ser ministros laicos eficaces.

Duration: 3 years

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Teología del Cuerpo

Online only

Start the week of Aug. 27

Este curso está diseñado para líderes parroquiales, especialmente para aquéllos que ejercen su ministerio en las áreas de: Jóvenes Adultos, Adolescentes, Familia, Matrimonio y Planificación Natural de la Familia.

Duration: 1 year

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About our Programs

With over 800 students currently enrolled, our programs are geared toward adults who desire to learn more about the church and their faith. Our continuing education and non-degree certificate classes cover various topics, ranging from theology to Scripture, church history, canon law and more. Many are offered online and in Spanish

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