Job Opening: Director of Mentored Ministries, Calvin Theological Seminary

Calvin Theological Seminary is seeking a Director of Mentored Ministries. Duties include the following: nurturing and assessing the personal, spiritual and ministry formation of students; supervising internships and the mentoring program; helping students discern their gifts and calling; helping students … Continue reading

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Brief Reflections on Practice in View of Race and Spirit Through Music

As someone who studies the interplay of “spiritual” and “musical” experience, as a musician, and as a fan, I spend a fair amount of time in studios, in concert halls, and at music festivals. Whether I’m performing or just enjoying, … Continue reading

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REA Call for Proposals

Our friends at the Religious Education Association have asked us to post their Call for Proposals (deadline 1 May 2015), and we are happy to do so (especially as a number of APT members are also members of the REA). … Continue reading

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“The Shared Parish,” Part 4 of 4 – with video

This post is a continuation of my report about an event on “shared parishes” at the Center for Migration Studies in New York City. Part one is here; part two is here; part three is here. Maria del Mar Muñoz-Visoso, … Continue reading

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“The Shared Parish,” Part 3

(Part one is here and part two is here.) Fr. Tonelotto, pastor of Our Lady of Pompeii (Manhattan), discussed his diverse parish, which includes “old” and “new” Italians, Filipinos, Brazilians, and Latina/os – a pastorally challenging, sometimes difficult, but vivifying … Continue reading

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Notes from “The Shared Parish,” Center for Migration Studies, Part 2

This post is a continuation of part one. During Dr. Brett Hoover’s presentation, he raised several learnings from the research that led to his book, The Shared Parish (NYU Press, 2014), and his work since then. He highlighted the emotional … Continue reading

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What I’ve been researching . . . : Dale P. Andrews

I currently am studying issues of race and racism with pastoral and practical theological colleagues exploring theories of moral injury. My interests in this collaboration lies in what I would call white moral injury and how this concept might be … Continue reading

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Notes from “The Shared Parish,” Center for Migration Studies, Part 1

On 19 February, I attended a terrific event at the Center for Migration Studies, on the East Side of Manhattan, titled “The Shared Parish: Latinos, Anglos, and the Future of U.S. Catholicism.” I thought some notes on the session might … Continue reading

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