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The Campus Ministry Track is a comprehensive program offering the methodological, philosophical, and doctrinal topics essential to evangelizing and making disciples on college campuses. Any effort to reach college students must start with a proper Catholic worldview and a missionary mindset. Through presentations by veteran campus ministers, this track will take you through the essential steps for developing and growing your campus ministry. Attention is particularly given to sustained, long-term growth and not just short-term gains. You will also have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded campus ministers for mutual support and fellowship.

2018 Campus Ministry Track Workshops:

Principles of Ministry Growth

Developing a Missionary Mindset

Reaching Every Person: Introduction to LSO
(Large Group, Small Group, One on One)

Fundamentals of Evangelization: Content of the Kerygma

Prayer: The Foundation of Mission

Engaging with Culture: Principles

Theology of the Body

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Marcel LeJeune, Track Coordinator, is the president and founder of Catholic Missionary Disciples, an organization that helps Catholic leaders become disciple-makers who make disciple-makers. Marcel holds a master of theological studies, with a specialization in pastoral work. He is an international Catholic speaker, evangelist, and award-winning author of three books and numerous articles. Marcel is a regular guest on EWTN Radio and Relevant Radio, and he has appeared multiple times on EWTN Television. Marcel and his wife, Kristy, have five children.

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Michael Hall is the director of Training for Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO), a university student movement dedicated to evangelization serving on campuses across Canada, and has been a missionary with CCO since 2003. He also serves as a co-director of the Summer Institute in the New Evangelization, a joint initiative between CCO, St. Paul University, and Mission of the Redeemer Ministries. Michael lives in Ottawa, Ontario, with his wife, Amy, and their four children. He will be presenting at the St. John Bosco Conference.

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André Regnier, is co-founder, along with his wife Angèle, of Catholic Christian Outreach, a university student movement. The author of Catholic Missionary Identity and Five Tenets to Renew the World, André has led missions to the Philippines, Poland, and Uganda and has helped establish an ongoing CCO presence in Uganda. In 2016, André and Angèle led a team of CCO staff to World Youth Day in Krakow where, working with the International Centre for Evangelization, they shared one million copies of The Ultimate Relationship booklet in 10 different languages. André hopes to have CCO work beyond campuses in Canada to build up Catholic leaders in the renewal of the world. In 2015, André and Angèle received the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Medal for distinguished service to the Church, the highest medal awarded to the laity by the pope.