EAPI offers the following programs:



Pastoral Leadership and Management for Missions (PLMM)

January - June  ( 6 Months )

In keeping with the EAPI tradition, the Pastoral Leadership and Management Program is designed to effect transformational change in the pastoral leaders’ perspective and behavior as they learn new insights on the theology, theory and practice of pastoral leadership as well as practical management skills geared towards a more effective  and efficient service in their communities... Learn More.


Sabbatical Renewal Experience (SRE)

January - Early May ( 4 Months )
Aug - November ( 4 Months )

EAPI offers a 4-month Sabbatical Renewal Experience [SRE] program focusing on psycho-spiritual integration... Learn More.


Pastoral Education and Renewal for Mission (PERM)

August - November ( 4 Months )

The renewal programs of the East Asian Pastoral Institute are grounded in the Jesuit tradition of educating and engaging the whole person.  ... Learn More.




Professional Diploma In Pastoral Leadership and Management (PDPLM)

The professional diploma is designed primarily for pastoral agents, especially from the Asia-Pacific region, who have had in-depth experience of pastoral ministry in any setting—work with groups and communities, teaching, formation and pastoral management... Learn More.


Masters of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (MAPM)

The Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (Pastoral Leadership and Management) of the Theology and Ministry Program of the School of Humanities at Ateneo de Manila University is approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) of the Republic of the Philippines... Learn More.




Center for Effective Missions

The Center for Effective Mission (CEM) is a unit within EAPI that provides consultancy and customized training for church organizations in Asia Pacific... Learn More.


EAPI Modules for Pastoral Empowerment

"We need to create spaces where pastoral workers can be helped and healed, places where faith itself in the crucified and risen Jesus is renewed, where the most profound questions and daily concerns are shared, where deeper discernment about our experiences and life itself is undertaken in the light of the Gospel, for the purpose of directing individual and social decisions towards the good and beautiful” (Evangelii Gaudium 77).... Learn More.