Ethical issues, July 14-15, 2017

Ethical issues, July 14-15, 2017

Presenter: Father Raymond P. Carey, Ph.D.

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This workshop will explore ethical principles governing confidentiality, agency and obligations related to positions of trust. The workshop will also address issues related to dissemination of information, the timeliness of admissions or dismissal decisions, and other issues related to ethical rights of candidates as well as ethical rights of those in positions of authority. 

 

Schedule

The workshop begins at 9 a.m. each morning from July 14-15. Please note this workshop ends at 4:30 p.m. on July 15. Overnight accommodations are contracted for 3 nights, arrival on July 13 and check out on July 16.

 

Fees

Workshop fees include materials, speaker, morning light refreshments, and facility fees. The fee does not include meals or parking.

Commuter:  $300 – NRVC Member    $450 – Non-NRVC Member
Resident:  $645 – NRVC Member       $795 – Non-NRVC Member  
 

Presenter

Father Raymond P. Carey, Ph.D. is a priest of the Archdiocese of Portland, OR. He has taught at both the secondary and university levels, and currently teaches at Mount Angel Seminary Graduate School of Theology in Saint Benedict, Oregon. Father Carey holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He has presented workshops in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. He is a past recipient of the NRVC Harvest Award for his work in service of vocation ministry.

 

Father Ray is leading by example, he takes every question seriously and answers clearly, truthfully, and respectfully. I found the real life examples and respect for each person to be most helpful. 

—Sister Theresa Helena Muzeta, R.S.C.

Father Ray's ability to back up principles with real life examples was helpful. He gave me great information to take back to share with my leadership.

—Brother  August Schaefer, O.S.B.

The topics that were most helpful were the rights of minimal intrusion, fiduciary trust, and confidentiality. I learned what not to ask and how to assess skills for religious life. Father Ray's concrete examples and stories were helpful.

—Sister  Barbara Wells, R.G.S.

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