Tuesday 9 August 2016

Nirmala Kannamundayil, Formative Accompaniment: An Emmaus Experience

(Dr. Sr.) Nirmala Kannamundayil, SCJG. Formative Accompaniment: An Emmaus Experience: Integral Approach to Religious Formation. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 2011.

Sr Nirmala obtained a licentiate in pedagogy of formation from the Salesian Pontifical University (UPS), Rome, and a doctorate in theology from the Pontifical Institute of Theology and Philosophy, Alwaye, Kerala.

I. The concept of accompaniment: theoretical foundations and areas demanding accompaniment in today's context
1. Theoretical foundations of accompaniment
2. A situation analysis on areas demanding accompaniment

II. Lk 24:13-35: Emmaus Experience as a Model of accompanied formation

III. Transforming accompanied formative journey in consecrated life: Emmaus Model and contemporary context

5. Emmaus model of formative accompaniment in the contemporary context
6. Formation as ever-accompanied journey: perspectives and prospects

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