Moriarty Institute for Continuing Formation (MICoF), following in the footsteps of St. Vincent de Paul, is a centre for ongoing formation in the Vincentian tradition for Church leaders (diocesan clergy, religious, laity and bishops). The Institute provides in-depth executive/ministerial training for Church leaders in Kenya, for capacity building. Ministerial training programmes include Emmaus programme, mentoring, spiritual direction, popular missions, sabbatical and mini-sabbatical, forming of formators, collaborative ministry, diocesan spirituality, and Vincentian research hub.
Executive training programmes include leadership and management, leadership coaching, financial management, strategic planning, stewardship in temporal goods of the Church, fundraising, project development, mentoring, technology today, safeguarding the vulnerable in the society, conflict resolution, among others. MICoF is in talks for a partnership with Tangaza University College, Vincentian Centre for Church and Society (VCGS) at St. John’sUniversity, New York, Aquinas Institute, St. Louis, DePaul University, Chicago, and Canadian Institute of Conflict Resolution (CICR), Ottawa, MICoF issues executive certificates for these programmes.
Moriarty Institute for Continuing Formation (MICoF), is in talks with the Canadian Institute of Conflict Resolution (CICR), for collaboration.
Created in 1988 as a non-profit, charitable organization, the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution (CICR) provides training and intervention programs in Canada and internationally in Austria, Rwanda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sudan, Taiwan and other countries.
It has developed unique programs, interventions tools and participatory workshops to help businesses, communities, and organizations uncover the sources of deep-rooted conflict and begin the process of reconciliation.
The Institute has pioneered an approach that has served as the framework for programs such as conflict resolution and cultural awareness training in hospitals and intervention work in all types of institutional, not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. All of CICR’s programs and interventions are offered in both official languages.
At MICoF, we look forward to our collaboration with CICR.