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Remick Leadership Program in the News: Director Discusses Spirituality for Principals

Written by William Schmitt on Tuesday, 15 January 2013.

Rev. Ronald Nuzzi Keynotes Conference for Orders of Religious Women

"Towards a Catholic Spirituality of Administration" and "Catholic Culture in Our Schools" were two keynote talks that Rev. Ronald Nuzzi, senior director of the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program in the Alliance for Catholic Education, delivered at a recent workshop for Catholic school principals.

The regional workshop, sponsored by the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious, was held in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Nov. 9-10, 2012, and was attended by religious sisters from ten different communities.

The event was reported this month in the newsletter of the School Sisters of Christ the King and on the website of the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious.

This first gathering of principals sponsored by the Council was hosted at the Villa Regina Motherhouse of the School Sisters of Christ the King. Attendees heard ideas from Father Nuzzi and other speakers that helped them approach their administrative roles within the apostolate of Catholic Education.

The Most Rev. Fabian Bruskewitz, recently retired bishop of the Diocese of Lincoln, and Msgr. John Perkinton celebrated the Mass for the participants. Lincoln's new bishop, the Most Rev. James Conley, closed the symposium with the celebration of Vespers.

Photo: Participants in the workshop on Catholic school administration joined in prayer and learning with Msgr. John Perkinton of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Fr. Ronald Nuzzi of the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program.

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