Greek Melkite Catholic Archeparchy in Jordan

Posted by jean-paul | 1. Greek Melkite Patriarchate of Jerusalem,Schools | Tuesday 12 January 2010 6:55 am

Greek Melkite Catholic Archeparchy in Jordan

 

Director General: Most Rev. Yaser Al-Ayyash
  Office of Greek Catholic Schools
P.O.B. 2435 – Jebel Amman
11181 Amman
Jordan
  Tel: (06) 462 47 57
Fax: (06) 462 85 60

 

Amman

Jebel Ashrafieh Greek Catholic School
Bardo Street – Ashrafieh
P.O.B. 510595
11151 Amman, Jordan
  Tel: (06) 478 07 05

 

Jebel Amman Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 2435 – Jebel Amman
11181 Amman, Jordan
  Tel: (06) 642 53 08

 

Jebel Hashimi Greek Catholic School
92, Jaber bin Mabthol Street
P.O.B. 11107 – Jebel Hashimi
11123 Amman, Jordan
  Tel: (06) 490 87 38

 

Jebel Hussein  Our Lady of Nazareth
Greek Catholic School for Girls
P.O.B. 994 – Jebel Hussein
11118 Amman, Jordan
  Tel: (06) 464 00 58
Fax: (06) 464 0059
  E-mail: ladyofnazareth@yahoo.com

 

Aqaba Dar Al-Lutuf” School
P.O.B. 36
77110 Aqaba, Jordan
  Tel: (03) 201 21 07
Fax: (03) 203 19 52
Mobile: 079 590 04 81

 

Fuheis   Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 17
19152 Fuheis, Jordan
  Tel: (06) 472 99 89
Mobile: 079 558 87 07

 

Hosson    Greek Catholic School
21510 Hosson
  Tel: (02) 701 00 12

 

Irbed  Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 918
21110 Irbed, Jordan
  Tel: (02) 727 28 81
Fax: (02) 724 90 08

 

Mafraq        Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 25
25110 Mafraq, Jordan
  Tel: (02) 623 11 28

 

Zerka 
(2 schools)  
Greek Catholic School for Boys
P.O.B. 86
13110 Zerka, Jordan
  Tel: (05) 398 30 97

 

  Greek Catholic School for Girls
King Hussein Street
P.O.B. 209
13110 Zerka, jordan
  Tel: (05) 398 14 36
(05) 398 31 45 (kdg)
Fax: (05) 397 67 77
  E-mail: gcsgirl@tedata.net.jo

Greek Melkite Catholic Archeparchy in Galilee

Posted by jean-paul | 1. Greek Melkite Patriarchate of Jerusalem,Schools | Tuesday 12 January 2010 6:53 am

 Greek Melkite Catholic Archeparchy in Galilee

 

Ibillin      Greek Catholic School
Mar Elias College
P.O.B. 102
30012 Ibillin
  Tel.: (04) 950 07 11 (university)
Tel.: (04) 986 94 90 (school)
Tel.: (04) 843 21 05 (secretary)
Tel.: (04) 950 12 54 (rectory)
Fax: (04) 986 68 48
Mobile: 054 771 72 90
Mobile: 050 598 66 50
  E-mail: office@m-e-c.org

 

Jish  Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 66
13872 Gush Halav (Jish)
  Tel: (06) 698 02 07

 

Mi’lya Al-Sayyeda Kdg
P.O.B. 1087
25140 Mi’lya
  Tel.: (04) 997 99 06
Tel.: (04) 997 38 90

 

Nazareth  
 (2 schools)
Wasfieh Greek Catholic School
  Tel & Fax: (04) 657 15 04

 

2º School St. Joseph Greek Catholic School
Al Motran Street
P.O.B. 99
16100 Nazareth
  Tel: (04) 656 77 11
Tel: (04) 656 77 83 / 4
Fax: (04) 656 85 69

 

Shefa’amr Greek Catholic School
P.O.B. 17
20200 Shafa’amr
  Tel.: (04) 950 01 31
Fax: (04) 986 68 32
Mobile: 054 787 01 91

 

Jaffa-Nazareth     The Annunciation Kdg
P.O.B. 61
16955 – Jaffa Nazareth
  Tel: (04) 656 95 10
Fax: (04) 608 33 11
Mobile: 052 340 03 43

Greek Melkite Catholic Patriarchate of Jerusalem

Posted by jean-paul | Schools | Tuesday 12 January 2010 6:51 am

 Greek Melkite Catholic Patriarchate of Jerusalem

 

Director Gerneral: Most Rev. Youssef Jules Zreyi
Patriarchal Exarch
P.O.B. 14130                                               
91141 Jerusalem
  Tel: (02) 628 20 23                                               
Fax: (02) 628 66 52
  E-mail: gcpjer@p-ol.com

 

Beit Hanina Greek Catholic Kdg               
Al-Hizma Road
P.O.B. 14130                                               
91141 Jerusalem
  Tel: (02) 585 76 74                     
Fax: (02) 585 76 72
Mobile: 054 739 73 22             
  E-mail: sbalmaari@hotmail.com

 

Beit Sahour Greek Catholic School
Bishop Abu Sa’ada Street
P.O.B. 63                                               
Beit Sahour
  Tel: (02) 277 24 24
Fax: (02) 277 35 25
Mobile; 059 817 14 02
  E-mail: gcps@p-ol.com

 

Ramallah Greek Catholic School
Al-Sahel Sreet
P.O.B. 1097                                               
Ramallah
  Tel: (02) 295 85 03                                 
Fax: (02) 296 43 15
Mobile: 059 929 22 58
  E-mail: cscath@p-ol.com

Patriarchal and [Arch] Diocesan Schools Latin Patriarchate

Posted by jean-paul | Catholic Schools | Tuesday 12 January 2010 6:49 am

PALESTINE   (12 schools)
Israel (5 Schools)
Jordan: (23 Schools)

National Offices for Catholic Schools

Posted by jean-paul | Catholic Schools | Tuesday 12 January 2010 6:46 am

The Bishops of the Holy Land are directly responsible for organizing Christian education and pastoral ministry in the schools.  To be closer to the diverse realities in which the Catholic schools must operate, the Assembly of Catholic Ordinaries of the Holy Land established three National Offices for Catholic Schools, each one having its own statutes.

 Representative of the A.C.O.H.L.: Bishop Joseph Jules Zerey

 

JERUSALEM AND PALESTINE

Director: Rev. Dr. Faysal Hijazen
           
Address: Secretay General for Christian Educational Institutions
c/o Latin Patriarchate Complex
Saint Francis Xavier Street
P.O.B. 10
Beit Jala
  Tel: (02) 275 04 41
Tel: (02) 275 04 42
Mobile: 059 922 51 22
Mobile: 054 970 64 74
  E-mail: cath.office_p@yahoo.com
E-mail: faysalhijazen@latinpat.org
E-mail: faysalhijazen@yahoo.com

Israel

Director :  Rev. Abdel-Masih Fahim, O.F.M
                    
     Address:  c/o Latin Parish
24 Bialik Street|
P.O.B. 19
72216 Ramleh
  Tel.: (08) 922 12 17
Fax: (08) 924 04 80
Mobile: 050 537 64 81
  E-mail: masihofm@yahoo.com

               

Jordan
 
 
 

 

Director: Rev. Dr. Hanna Kaldani
Address: Secretay General for Christian Educational Institutions
P.O.B. 9114
Jebel Luweibdeh / Al-Salam Bldg 111
11191 Amman, Jordan
  Tel. & Fax: + 962 6 462 53 00
Mobile: +962 79 560 06 38
E-mail: kildani@orange.jo

Catholic Greek-Melkite Seminary

Posted by jean-paul | Uncategorized | Monday 11 January 2010 10:33 am

Major Seminary of the Savior for the eparchies of Amman and Galilee and for the Exarchate of Jerusalem.

Rector: Rev. Boulos Armali

Address:

Saint Savior Major Seminary
P.O.B. 210
Beit Sahour

Tel: (02) 277 25 05
Fax: (02) 277 36 06
Mobile: 054 449 67 33

Studium Theologicum Salesianum “Saints Peter and Paul” – Ratisbonne

Posted by jean-paul | Mayor Seminaries | Monday 11 January 2010 10:31 am

Studium Theologicum Salesianum

“Saints Peter and Paul” – Ratisbonne

 

          Founded in Bethlehem in 1929, the Studium Theologicum Salesianum in the Holy Land was transferred to Tantur in 1949, then to Cremisan, near Beit Jala, in 1957.  Since 1973, it has been affiliated with the Theological Faculty of the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome. In September 2004, the students and the academic staff moved to the former Ratisbonne Monastery in Jerusalem, under the patronage of Saints Peter and Paul. The Congregation for Catholic Education by its decree dated in February 2011, made it the jerusalem Campus of the Faculty of Theology of the Salesian Pontifical University.

             The primary purpose of the Centre is the intellectual and spiritual formation of young Salesian students preparing for the priesthood. Other religious or secular students presented by their respective ordinaries are also welcome.

             Given its privileged location in the Holy Land, the Study Centre aims especially at highlighting a biblical formation by offering appropriate means to achieve this end. In addition, thanks to the ethnic and cultural richness of the Holy Land, it offers the students the possibility of achieving a desirable and necessary ecumenical and inter-religious formation. 

             The regular professors and administrative staff belong to the religious community ot hte  Salesian Monastery Ratisbonne. However, a number of guest professors from the Theological Faculty of the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome and from nearby theological centres also share in the teaching. The Studium Theologicum Salesianum is provided with an adequate library, which is constantly updated. The official language used in the Study Centre is English.               

Address:  Studium Theologicum Salesianum
  Salesian Monastery – Ratisbonne
26 Rehov Shmuel Hanagid
P.O.B. 7336
91072 Jerusalem
  Tel.: (02) 625 91 71
Tel.: (02) 625 70 68
Fax: (02) 625 91 72
E-mail: secretary.ratisbonne@gmail.com
website: www.ratisbonnesdb.net

Administration and Faculty

Professors

Studium Theologicum Jerosolymitanum (STJ)

Posted by jean-paul | Mayor Seminaries | Monday 11 January 2010 10:22 am

Studium Theologicum Jerosolymitanum (STJ)

 

            In 1866 the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land founded at the Convent of Saint Savior in Jerusalem a School of Theology called the Studium Theologicum with the goal of forming future priests. Since that time, hundreds of students from many countries have attended the Studium, many of whom have distinguished themselves in the fields of moral theology, biblical studies, history, and archaeology.

 

            On March 12, 1971, the Congregation for Catholic Education approved the affiliation of the Studium to the Faculty of Theology of the Pontifical University “Antonianum” in Rome with the right to confer the Bachelor Degree in Sacred Theology.  Afterwards, on March 15, 1982, the Studium became the first cycle of the parallel branch of the Faculty of Theology in Jerusalem, known as the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum.  By 1987-88, courses in Philosophy began to be offered at the Franciscan Convent in Bethlehem.  Then on September 4, 2001, the Studium Theologicum continued its usual academic system of organization as the first cycle of the Faculty of Biblical Sciences and Archaeology, leading up to the Bachelor Degree in Sacred Theology.  Its academic program is based on that of the Pontifical University “Antonianum” in Rome with a few addtional subjects relating to the specific context of the Holy Land.

             The Studium is under the responsibility of the Custos of the Holy Land and welcomes non-Franciscan students.  

 

Address:  1 Saint Francis Street
P.O.B. 186
91001 Jerusalem
  Tel: (02) 626 67 87 
Email:
  Moderatore: moderator.stj@custodia.org
Office/Admissions: segreteria.stj@custodia.org

Administration and Faculty

Regolare Professors

Latin Patriarchal Seminary of Jerusalem

Posted by jean-paul | Mayor Seminaries | Tuesday 5 January 2010 11:54 am

C.  Mayor  Seminaries

Latin Patriarchate Seminary of Jerusalem

 

            Opened in Jerusalem in December 1852 by Patriarch Valerga, the seminary was transferred to Beit Jala on September 7, 1857.  Because of circumstances, it returned several times to Jerusalem, though its principal base of operations has been Beit Jala where it was permanently established on July 7, 1936.

            Directed at first by priests of the Patriarchate, it was entrusted to the Benedictines of Dormition Abbey in October 1921 and to the Priests of the Sacred Heart of Betharram in October 1932.  Since July 1980, it is once again under the direction of the priests of the Patriarchate.  The Sisters of Saint Charles Borromeo serviced the seminary from 1921 to 1929 and the  Sisters of Saint Dorothy of Vicenza from 1929 to 2008, replaced by the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy (Mercedarians) in 2008 – 2013, and now by the Servants of the Lord and of Our Lady of Matara.

            The curriculum comprises an introductory year of spirituality, a year to master the French language, and two years of philosophy, followed by four years of theology, plus a year of pastoral experience in the parishes before the diaconate.  The curriculum in theology was affiliated with the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome on May 3, 1967. This affiliation enables the students to receive, at the end of the program, the degree of Bachelor of Theology.

            The academic and formation programs are based on the Ratio Fundamentalis, the Apostolic Exhortation Pastores Dabo Vobis, the Ordo of the Pontifical Lateran University, and the Ratio Studiorum of the seminary which was updated in 1990 and published in the General Academic Calendar. Courses are taught in Arabic, French, and occasionally English.

             Founded mainly to train local clergy, the seminary has traditionally been and remains open to students from other institutions and countries who wish to prepare themselves, on site, for the service of the Church in the Holy Land.  Since its opening in 1852 until the end of the 2012-2013 academic year, 272 former seminarians have been ordained priests, 14 of them have become bishops, three of them patriarchs.

Address:  Latin Patriarchal Seminary
Tel.: (02) 274 26 12
Tel.: (02) 277 77 44/5/6
Fax: (02) 274 28 85
Fax: (02) 277 77 47 (rector)
Mobile: 054 970 684 80
E-mail: jkhader@latinseminary.org
E-mail: info@latinseminary.org
Website: www.latinseminary.org
Mailing Address: C/O Latin Patriarchate
P.O.B. 14152
9114101 Jerusalem, Israel

 Administration and Staff

Professors

  

Bat Kol Institute

Posted by jean-paul | Enrichment Centers & Institutes for Scriptures & Religion | Tuesday 5 January 2010 11:51 am

Bat Kol Institute

 

            Associated with the Sisters of Sion, Bat Kol is a Catholic association of Christian women and men who are committed to study the Word of God within its Jewish context and to incorporate these studies into their Christian self-understanding.  The inspiration for its founding was Nostra Aetate (#4) which states: “Since Christians and Jews have such a common spiritual heritage, this sacred Council wishes to encourage and further mutual understanding and appreciation.  This can be obtained, especially, by way of biblical and theological inquiry and through friendly discussions.”  Bat Kol was founded as an institute where Christians can engage in biblical studies and explore their own historical relationship with the Jewish tradition as a whole.

 

            Each year Bat Kol Institute sponsors intensive month-long graduate-level courses in Jerusalem, accepted by the Gregorian University and several international universities.  In addition, Bat Kol Institute staff supervises several international Bat Kol extension programs.

  

Address:  Bat Kol Institute
P.O.B. 8030
91080 Jerusalem
  Tel. Fax: (02) 650 76 61
E-mail: admin@batkol.info
Website:
www.batkol.info

 

Administration:

President: Sr. Kasia Kowalska, NDS, MA
Academic Director: Sr. Maureen P. Prof. Fritz, N.D.S., BA/, BED.,
                                                    Ma., PHD.
Curriculum Consultant: Br. Pierre Lenhardt, N.D.S., BA. Ma
Office Manager: Natalie King

 

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