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Arthur Canales, D.Min.

Dr. Canales earned a baccalaureate degree from Florida International University (Miami, FL), Master of Arts degrees from University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL), Master of Divinity degree from The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC), Master of Liturgical Studies degree from the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN), and a Doctor of Ministry degree from The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC) with an emphasis in pastoral theology and liturgical and sacramental theology. His minor area of concentration is in Pastoral Care & Counseling. His doctoral dissertation is titled, Toward a Theological, Liturgical, and Pastoral Understanding of Sunday Parish Worship with Deacon and/or Lay Presiders (CUA Press).

Courses Taught

THL105: Introduction to Theology
THL105SA: Introduction to Theology (CEP)
THL106S: Jesus and the Scriptures (CEP)
THL170: Theology and Spirituality of Ministry
THL371: Youth Ministry: Theological Foundations and Pastoral Perspectives
THL474: Church Administration, Policies, and Procedures
THL45/76: Mentoring/Internship in Ministry

Arthur Canales

Office: Oldenburg Hall, Room 122
Phone: 317.955.6785
Email: acanales@marian.edu

Recent Publications

Books:

Arthur David Canales. 2011. A Noble Quest: Cultivating Spirituality in Catholic Adolescents, Waco, TX: Believer’s Press.

Arthur David Canales. 2008. Keeping the Cup Full: Financial Stewardship for Teen and Young Adults, Austin, TX: Cornerstone Financial Education.

Articles:

Arthur David Canales, “Servant-Leadership: A Model for Youth Ministry.” Journal of Youth and Theology, Vol. 13, No. 1 (Spring 2015) 42-62.

Arthur David Canales, “Models of Christian Leadership in Youth Ministry.” Religious Education, Vol. 109, No. 1 (Winter 2014) 24-44.

Arthur David Canales, “The Biblical-Hermeneutical Model for Youth Ministry: Four Scriptural and Pedagogical Approaches for Youth Workers.” The Bible Today, Vol. 51, No. 4 (July/August 2013) 237-247.

Arthur David Canales, “Christian Discipleship: The Primordial Model for Comprehensive Catholic Youth Ministry.” Journal of Religious Education, Vol. 60, No. 3 (Fall 2012) 35-45.

Arthur David Canales, “Transforming Teenagers: Integrating Social Justice into Catholic Ministry and Catholic Education.” Verbum Incarnatum, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Fall 2011) 69-91.

Chapters in Books:

Arthur David Canales and Ronald Nydam, “Early Adolescence: Venturing Toward a Different World.” In Human Development and Faith: Life-Cycle Stages of Body, Mind, and Soul, edited by Felicity B. Kelcourse. Saint Louis, MO: Chalice Press, 2015, pp. 205-222.

    Recent Academic Presentations:
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“Models of Christian Leadership for Youth Ministry: Four Emerging Models for Emerging Young Adults.” An Academic Paper presented at the Association of Youth Ministry Educators Conference (Sunday, October 20, 2013) Chicago, IL. 

“Models of Christian Leadership for Catholic Youth Ministry.” A workshop presented at the National Catholic Youth Conference—Adult Track—for the National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministry (Friday, November 22, 2013) Indianapolis, IN. 

“Assessing the Ministry to Catholic LGBTQ Youth: A Proposal for Catholic Youth Ministers to Provide Pedagogical Support and Pastoral Strategies.”  An Academic Paper presented at the Association of Youth Ministry Educators Conference (Monday, October 20, 2014) Washington, DC.

“Servant-Leadership: A Model for Christian Youth Ministry.” An Academic Paper presented at the Association of Youth Ministry Educators Conference (Sunday, October 25, 2015) San Diego, CA.

“A Liberation Model for Youth Ministry: Inculturation, Multicultural, & Interreligious Pedagogical Methods & Pastoral Strategies.” An Academic Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry Conference (April 2, 2016) Amsterdam, Netherlands.


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