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United at the Parliament of the World's Religions: The Tree of Transformation

By | on 20, Dec 2018 |   Arts students interreligious chaplaincy Formation Conference

Early this November, Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde (Director of Interreligious Chaplaincy and Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Spiritual Care and Counseling), Jessi LeClear Vachta (Associate Director of A[...]

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United at the Parliament of the World's Religions: "Holding Theory and Practice in Tension"

By | on 13, Dec 2018 |   social justice students interreligious chaplaincy Voice Conference

 

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United at the Parliament of the World's Religions: Making Interreligious Chaplaincy Education Meaningfully Inclusive.

By | on 15, Nov 2018 |   Theology united faculty students interreligious chaplaincy Voice Pluralism Conference

Early this November, Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde (Director of Interreligious Chaplaincy and Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Spiritual Care and Counseling), Jessi LeClear Vachta (Associate Director of A[...]

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"Is this Naomi?" Reading into the Book of Ruth on Shavuot

By | on 25, May 2018 |   social justice Judaism interreligious chaplaincy Voice Bible

On Shavuot, an annual two day holiday which just ended this last Monday, Jews across the world study the Book of Ruth. A prominent theme of the story is chesed or loving-kindness. Ruth’s devotion to N[...]

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Consultations from India to Minneapolis: a United Student's Reflections.

By | on 04, May 2018 |   justice social transformation Activism interreligious chaplaincy Voice

In winter 2018, I took a trip to India with a group of students from the seminary, visiting sacred sites of 7 religions – Baha’i, Buddhist, Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Christian and Hindu. The trip was called[...]

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Interreligious Chaplaincy: Who are you, really? And what do you do?

By | on 27, Apr 2018 |   Theology united faculty interreligious chaplaincy Voice

  (Nun and Chaplain walking and talking)

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