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Verbum Advanced Homiletic Training
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Verbum Advanced Homiletic Training

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Overview

Verbum’s Advanced Homiletics Training builds on the Verbum 360 Training videos by taking a deeper look at homiletic application of the software. But you don’t have to be giving a homily to learn a lot from these videos. Fr. Devin Roza, LC, is visiting Professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, and Fr. Andrew Dalton, LC, is Professor assistant of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. They guide you through the tools and process they use to prepare their own homilies.

You’ll learn advanced techniques for studying Scripture in the context of the Church’s Liturgy. Why do these readings occur on the same day? What is the core message of the Bible text? What have Church Fathers said about this passage? By the time you finish this video, you’ll be excited to study the daily readings whether you need to write a homily or not.

Looking for even more Verbum Training? Make sure to start with Verbum 360 Training, and don’t miss our Advanced Academic Training or our Advanced Search Training videos.

Key Features

  • Nearly three hours of professional instruction
  • Focused coverage of advanced homiletic Verbum functionality, tools, and techniques
  • Instruction in Verbum research methodologies from a Catholic perspective
  • Focused feature instruction that exposes powerful tools for anyone seeking to study liturgically

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Prime
    • Preparatory Phase
      • An introduction to tools that will make homily preparation much more efficient, so your daily homilies can be more powerful in less time.
  • Pray
    • Prayer Phase
      • The prayer phase is spent carefully reading the primary texts. We’ll look at methods for gleaning new insights, and share some recommendations for remaining focused on what you’re reading.
  • Probe
    • Consultative Phase
      • This is where Verbum really shines. The consultative phase is where we start “discussing” our readings with others. We can pull in commentaries, Saints and Church Fathers, and even other Bible passages. This is where we answer questions, and start to really uncover the core message we want to share.
    • Drafting Phase
      • In the drafting phase, we’ll finally start writing our homily. We’re not going to force you to write in Verbum, and we’ll show you some tricks to make Verbum helpful even here.
    • Revision Phase
      • The revision phase gives you one more chance to revise, investigate important points, and build out the final draft of your homily.
    • Archiving Phase
      • You don’t want to have to start from scratch every time! The archiving page will show you how to integrate your work into Verbum, so next time you’re “discussing a passage with the saints and Church Fathers, you can see your previous insights as well – right in the software.
  • Conclusion

Product Details

  • Title: Verbum Advanced Homiletic Training
  • Instructors:
    • Fr. Devin Roza, LC, visiting Professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
    • Fr. Andrew Dalton, LC, Professor assistant of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
  • Video Hours: 3
  • Format: Verbum Advanced Homiletic Training is downloadable as a Verbum resource. The high-definition videos are optimized for use on your desktop or mobile device
  • Publisher: Verbum
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • We recommend Verbum Platinum for the best experience.

About the Authors

Father Devin Roza is visiting professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome. He has a licentiate degree in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and a licentiate in philosophy from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. He is the author of Fulfilled in Christ: The Sacraments. A Guide to Symbols and Types in the Bible and Tradition.

Father Andrew Dalton is professor assistant of New Testament and Hebrew at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. He has a licentiate degree in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. He is regularly invited to speak or give workshops on the Shroud of Turin.