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I have visited 7 of our schools for orientations of new students, and what amazing students they are! People are discovering theological education from all backgrounds–law, business, nursing, religious work, teaching… They come to deepen their present vocations in public life, or to pursue new directions and depth in service to the Church. Congratulations and Prayers for everyone on this…More
Thirteenth Gerald G. May Seminar—with Bernard McGinn
“The Compassion of the Mystics”
November 9 & 10, 2018
Bernard McGinn, PhD, is a Roman Catholic theologian and scholar of spirituality who has written extensively on various aspects of mysticism. He currently is Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology and of the History of Christianity in the Divinity School and the Committees on…More
In such a time as this, there is an urgent call to theological education for those concerned about society. The world needs young people and other leaders with prophetic vision and moral integrity to call things as they are, and raise us all to our higher angels to do something about it. In this we can witness to the Lord…More
In March, the Consortium held duo-lectures on Religious Education in a Pluralistic Society. The president of the Religious Education Association, Dr. Mualla Selcuk (Ankara University) and the president of Virginia Theological Seminary, Dr. Ian Markham, shared reflections on how Muslim and Christian communities can reframe religious education and formation that recognizes social and religious pluralism. Dr. Selcuk shared the Quranic…More
Effective June 30, 2015, Washington Theological Union will cease all administrative operations and will no longer maintain either an office or personnel. The Union’s official website will go offline by the end of this calendar year. For assistance in obtaining an academic transcript reflecting Union coursework, please contact the registrar’s office at St. Bonaventure University (www.sbu.edu/academics/registrar’s-office/transcripts). Alumni and friends may…More
A concept form Pope John Paul II, the “Healing of Memory” has been adopted as a goal and a process for dialogues between Christian communities with a history of persecution, violence, and trauma over the ages. Peacemaking churches, like the Mennonites, and historic Reformation churches, like the Lutherans, have been leaders in this healing and truth-telling, along with the Catholic…More