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Introducing our new MA in Faith & Leadership Formation
So much of our lives are invested in our work we should be thinking about the big picture. But how do we integrate our spiritual lives and our professional pursuits?
In January 2020, the MA in Faith & Leadership Formation degree program will begin with the goal of helping students discover how they can merge their life of faith with their chosen careers.
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