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This profile was last updated on 4/16/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Ms. Monica Skrzypczak

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Director of the Department of Rel...

Pastoral Studies Institute for the Diocese of Tulsa
 
Background

Employment History

  • PSI Facilitators and Instructor
    Diocese of Tulsa
  • Director of the Department of Religious Formation
    Diocese of Tulsa
  • Director, Departments
    Religious Formation
  • Director of the Department
    Religious Formation for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Department of Religious Formation

Education

  • Master's degree , Pastoral Ministry
    University of Dallas
  • Master's degree , English
    University of Tulsa
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Web References
Instructors & Facilitators
www3.dioceseoftulsa.org, 16 April 2012 [cached]
Monica Skrzypczak, M.T.S., Director, Departments of Religious Formation
Monica is the Director of the Department of Religious Formation and the Coordinator of the Pastoral Studies Institute for the Diocese of Tulsa. She has a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from the University of Dallas; a Master's degree in English and a Master of Teaching Arts degree both from the University of Tulsa. Her undergraduate major at TU was teacher education. She has taught for more than twenty years at the secondary and university levels.
UrbanTulsa.com - Article
www.urbantulsa.com, 13 July 2005 [cached]
"Church of the Madalene, will be the ‘hub' or main home site of the adult formation classes," says Monica Skrzypczak, Coordinator of the Pastoral Studies Institute and Director of the Department of Religious Formation for the Diocese of Tulsa, who with the technology support of VSS Technologies is coordinating this new program.
"This adult education program offers more than 100 courses, fall through spring, and it is important that as many Catholics as possible from around the Diocese have access to these classes."
Skrzypczak says that each year, as many as 1,600 adults will come to Madalene parish, 3188 E. 22nd St., to take college credit and non-credit courses in Catholic theology.
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Skrzypczak adds that not only will this system be used for classes originating in this Diocese, but the potential is there for classes to be received here from throughout the country and even internationally.In addition, she sees this system as a means of communication with diocesan staff, pastors and parish leaders without having to travel distances across the state.
More information on these distance learning programs can be found at: for OSU, http://www.osu-tulsa.okstate.edu/academics/sisweb.asp, http://ueied.ue.okstate.edu/dl/dislearn.htm, http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/academics/online/; for RSU, rsuonline.edu; for TCC, tulsacc.edu/dl, and for the Diocese of Tulsa Adult Education, dioceseoftulsa.org/education.
Instructors & Facilitators
www.dioceseoftulsa.org, 1 Oct 2006 [cached]
Monica Skrzypczak, M.T.S., Director, Departments of Religious Formation
Monica is the Director of the Department of Religious Formation and the Coordinator of the Pastoral Studies Institute for the Diocese of Tulsa.She has a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from the University of Dallas; a Master's degree in English and a Master of Teaching Arts degree both from the University of Tulsa.Her undergraduate major at TU was teacher education.She has taught for more than twenty years at the secondary and university levels.
In the case, the Diocese hired ...
www.alliancealert.org [cached]
In the case, the Diocese hired Ms. Skrzypczak to work as the Director of the Department of Religious Formation for the Diocese. ... The Tenth Circuit described that the ministerial exception 'preserves a church's "essential" right to choose the people who will "preach its values, teach its message, and interpret its doctrines[,] both to its own membership and to the world at large," free from the interference of civil employment laws.' The Court explained that, 'Although the doctrine usually comes into play in employment suits between an ordained minister and her church, it extends to any employee who serves in a position that "is important to the spiritual and pastoral mission of the church."'"
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In April of 1996, the Appellant, Monica Skrzypczak, began work as the director of the Department of Religious Formation for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa.
Monica ...
www.tulsacatholicdiocese.org, 8 Mar 2011 [cached]
Monica Skrzypczak
Coordinator Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry
monica.skrzypczak @dioceseoftulsa.org
918-294-1904 x119
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