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The Academy of Homiletics is the North American association for teachers of homiletics, holding an annual conference in December.

The Academy of Preachers is an ecumenical initiative seeking to Identify, Network, Inspire and Support young people in their call to gospel preaching.

Aquinas Institute of Theology, Saint Louis, Missouri, offers multiple graduate degrees, including the Doctor of Ministry in Preaching.

Offered by Episcopal priest and homiletician Rev. Lisa Cressman, Backstory Preaching offers courses, mentorship, and other resources for preachers seeking to improve their craft.

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is an approach to the religious formation of children. It is rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori.

CATH meets annually in December, in conjunction with the annual conference of the Academy of Homiletics.

The College of Preachers is an English network of preachers some experienced and some new to the task, ordained and lay, from different denomnations and traditions, drawn together by a shared belief that good preaching matters, who want to help each other fulfill their preaching ministry.

Here is the homepage of the annual Festival of Homiletics and its online journal, Good Preacher.

The Institute is sponsored by the University of Dallas to help preachers renew their preaching.

Sponsored by the University of Notre Dame, the John S. Marten Program in Homiletics and Liturgics offers conferences and resources to help Catholic preachers flourish in their preaching ministry.

Preaching the Just Word is a national program of the Woodstock Theological Center, conceived by Walter J. Burghardt, S.J., and coordinated by both Fr. Burghardt and Fr. Raymond B. Kemp.

Funded by the Templeton Foundation, Preaching with the Sciences homily library is directed by Edward Foley, Capuchin, Professor Emeritus of Spirituality at Catholic Theological Union.

This ecumenical compilation of links by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion is divided into the following categories: Syllabi and Teaching Resources, Electronic Texts, Electronic Journals, Web Sites, Bibliographies, and Listserv Discussion Groups.

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