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The St. John Paul II Institute (SJP2) of the Diocese of Fort Worth forms lay Catholics to serve as ecclesial ministers by teaching Scripture and Christian doctrine, by training in various ministerial areas, and by providing experiences of human development and spiritual enrichment. SJP2 programs are conducted in both English and Spanish.
JP2 students can go to the CONNECT page for announcements, an updated schedule, and study documents.
The St. John Paul II Institute will open this school year on Saturday, September 3, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Keller with a second-year class. Weekday classes will resume on Tuesday, September 6, with a first-year class at Immaculate Conception in Denton.
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Basic program classes will begin in September at the following sites:
The third-year "Deepening Program" prepares JP2 commissioned ministers for leadership in parish ministry. Its goals are:
Who can participate? — Any person who has participated in the St. John Paul II Institute basic program or its equivalence is eligible for the "Deepening Program." The participant’s pastor’s (or if it be the case the agency head’s) approval is necessary for admission.
Rev. Carmen Mele, OP
Marlon De La Torre, MA MEd.
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