Learning outcomes


Crisis pastoral care study programme qualifies for (learning outcomes):

  • Adoption of basic knowledge about people's behaviour in a variety of individual and collective crisis situations, especially those that occur suddenly.
  • Providing concrete forms of pastoral care: to families with children with special needs, to incurable/terminal patients, to those in mourning, to those stricken by disasters or adversities, to people suffering from existential meaninglessness.
  • Identifying risk factors, main psychological and social predispositions for developing self-destructive behaviour of risk groups and warning signs of people with a predisposition to suicidal behaviour, in order for timely prevention and rehabilitation.
  • Developing awareness of the inevitable crisis situations in life, and ensuring sensitivity and competence for volunteer engagement in spiritual assistance.
  • Developing awareness of disease and death through different aspects: anthropological, psychological, ethical, legal, medical, economic, religious, theological, pastoral and above all, human nature.
  • Development and dissemination of compassion, solidarity and emotional support particularly to those "affected by the crisis," with the aim of eliminating and/or reducing the feelings of despondency, panic and/or fear.
  • Training for professional spiritual guidance of official personnel for crisis situations: medical, firefighting, police and military.
  • Training for the church family mediation.



  • Family pastoral care study programme qualifies for:
  • Bringing the Gospel teachings on marriage and family into complex social and moral pastoral situations, through critical analysis of circumstances in these areas.
  • Establishing dialogue and cooperation with various social institutions that are connected with marriage and family.
  • Promoting educational dimensions that are the foundation for the quality of marriage, and presentation of marriage as a dynamic reality that requires constant growth in quality.
  • Presenting sound teachings of the Catholic Church on sexuality and marital morality.
  • Critical and moral judgment of biomedical challenges faced by Christian spouses.
  • Initiating and/or supporting of civic initiatives connected with the protection and promotion of human life, especially with the education on natural methods of regulating marital fertility and responsible parenthood.
  • Raising awareness about the influence of parents on the psychological, social, emotional development of a child and its development of values.
  • Raising awareness about the impact of marital instability and divorce on the further development of a child and its views on marriage and family.
  • Developing forms of systematic work with families.


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Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu

IBAN račun:
Fakultet: HR4523900011100474440
Studentski dom: HR3123900011500027586
OIB: 05384220316


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